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Old Jan 12, 2011, 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Ron RC View Post
I'm finishing up my ARF version 1 SkyS and was concerned about removing the spar covers in case of a servo failure. This is the method I came up with. If I had a servo wire crimper and ends, I would have done it an easier way, but this seemed to work out fine. I used a 12" servo extension connected to a SG90 servo. If I would have had the crimpers and ends, I would have shortened the servo wires and just connected the 12" extension. However I had to flake down the additional wire in the connector pocket, but it worked out fine. I cut the spar cover at the connector pocket. Routed the extension out thru a plastic grommet to the length to fit into my connectors embedded into the fuse and glued the inboard cover in place. The outboard (short side) of the cover was put in place and taped with Extreme Tape. If I have a servo failure, just untape the short end and the connector is accessable.


That's a tidy modification that does the job. (I hear an echo in here). Anyway, I like it.

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