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Old Sep 21, 2012, 09:05 AM
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Originally Posted by elbone65 View Post
I have a Radian Pro that needs a new fuselage (my buddy gave it to me but is not air worthy without new fuse and wings) My question is;
Can I use all the components from the Radian Pro Including the motor on the Phoenix 2000? If so this might be a cheaper way to go since the radian parts are about $120.00. Thank you in advance for your help.
The Radian motor uses a non-standard mounting hole pattern. It's 25mm square. The 'standard' with the HobbyKing (and all others I've seen of this size) is 25mm * 29mm. Easy to drill two new holes in the P2K fuselage/firewall sandwich. If you're going the other way (regular motor in a RadPro, you will need an adapter. from smallpartscnc.com. Not recommended to drill 2 new holes in the RadPro plastic molded firewall.
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