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Old Mar 25, 2010, 06:26 AM
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The fuse for the e version at the tail is different. The servos would not be at the tail. THe real problem would be cutting the Kevlar Pod which is built very stout, at least on the E-version. I would consider buying an e fuse seperately and having both available to you. However with the right tools it can be done and the pod is so roomy that you could leave the servos in and ad a small very light motor like a gearless low KV inrunner which should help with the CG position.
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