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Old 03-23-2005, 09:12 AM   #1
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Saito 1.50 Motor mount

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So I've got the used Goldberg Sukhoi, and it's in pretty decent shape

I'm thinking of replacing the motor mounts as the plane has one metal mount and one fibreglass mount - you know the T shaped beam mounts

As since I'm more of a Webra Speed 50 kinda guy, I'm looking for suggestions for this honking Saito :
What would you use?
I'm leaning to just the basic fibreglass mounts, the dubro isolation mounts at $50 don't seem to be worth the cost to me

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Old 03-23-2005, 09:28 AM   #2
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Craig, I use the Great Planes 120 size adjustable mount.
Cheap, and it works.
If you're concerned that it's not strong enough, don't worry. I use it on my Moki 2.10 with no problems. And I even have 2 sets of mounting holes in this mount, and part of it ground off to clear the muffler, and it's still plenty strong.
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I used the same mount with my Saito 150 on a CAP 231 EX and it works great.

Easy to line up as well with the two pieces mated together.

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