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Photo for comparison only - I ultimately installed a longer right servo arm to match the left side.
This dremel tool bit was used to grind away the fuselage inside the O-ring areas.
In this bird's eye view, all three port holes can be seen.
A close-up of the port holes. Note how the longer servo arm now has ample clearance to swing vertically.
My Hunter after the servo arm and fuse mods (also shown with Xtreme blades and shortened flybar).
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Stock ESKY Hunter before modification.
4-in-1 now on bottom tray. Note back motor wires moved to left side for more direct routing.
Removed upper tray and the Xacto razor saw used. The 4-in-1 is now better protected inside the fuselage.
Close up of the lowered 4-in-1. Much better now!