Posted by mechmove | Jun 14, 2012 @ 01:00 AM | 2,004 Views
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Lots of room to “play ”in the fuse, therefore keeping the antennae separate is fairly easy.
No room to play in this tight space. If you run the antennae full length inside, it will overlap in the carbon reinforcement area. So I doubled back the antennae and created a few degrees of separation while keep the antennae in the fuse.
Posted by mechmove | Apr 08, 2012 @ 11:22 AM | 1,931 Views
Posted by mechmove | Apr 07, 2012 @ 11:30 PM | 1,941 Views
Supra 6008 HS receiver with antenna doubled back and run through heat shrink. The blue masking tape is to secure the heat shrink. The whole unit fits snuggly on top of the LiPo, and pushes far back to clear the servo wires allowing more room up front.
607 receiver with antenna wire routed through heat shrink, plywood to guide the heat shrink.
Supra Electric, at the flying field, 6008 receiver pushed in on top of LiPo. The receiver actually pushes farther back. Notice the heat shrink, inside is the FASST antennae.
Supra Electric, at the flying field, just prior to launch. Its still tight in there, but much better!
Posted by mechmove | Mar 18, 2012 @ 01:25 PM | 2,056 Views
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