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Old Nov 12, 2010, 05:14 PM
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Motor mounting

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Originally Posted by pavcon View Post
glue it with 60second epoxy which is more rubbery so that it will be easier to remove it.. I will glue the aileron servos that way so I will change them with HXT900s later on
Not a good idea for motors. I use 60-sec epoxy frequently. It will not stand heat at all. The first time the motor heats up to "hmmmmm..... that feels hot", the motor will come loose and turn violently in the mount and if the wires don't twist out, the motor will go all the way through the mount and tear up the nacelle. For me, I have used double sided scotch tape for every pusher plane that I own (with one UMM exception) and it works great for me. I am going to ask 2500GENE what he thinks about maybe using blue goop or ???. He has pretty good experience with that stuff. 2500GENE-You around here somewhere?
AJ
P.S. Here is a post that 2500GENE made referring to using goop -> http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showp...postcount=1426
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