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Old 08-07-2006, 09:49 PM   #1
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Okay, Im putting together my shockflyer with the axi motor and I have no idea how to mount it. The instructions only show a geared set up. Could someone take some pictures of theirs to lead me in the right direction?
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I made a 35mm x 35mm 1/8 plywood motor mount. I cut out the front 30mmx30m as shown in the directions. I sloted the corners back on the ply to fit the foam. This works very well and is very simple!
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Old 08-08-2006, 08:18 AM   #3
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There is a great "Shock Flyer Brushless Conversion How To" article on the Hobby Lobby web pages located here;
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Check your LHS for a GreatPlanes depron motor mount. They come in both 3 and 6 mm (depron thickness) sizes. They are red plastic and cost about 4 bucks. The AXI motor will bolt right to it with 3 mm bolts.
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