Originally Posted by sonnier00
Thank you Sr
Not that it maters but do you if they need to be drilled and taped?
All you have to work with on them is the 4 pronged base with predrilled holes. So I line them up with the pinion gapped on the main gear. Then mark my two mounting bolt holes through the CF microheli plate. And drill through the plate. I use bolts and nuts to ancher the motor base's. The holes in the mounting base are large enough by themselves to be able to move the motor slightly for gear gapping. Then I dremel the underside of the CF frame to allow the button head 2mm bolts to recess into the CF to clear the main gears. Takes less than 15 to 20 minutes from start to finish. Cheap and plenty of power.
I tried to get Sven to send me his brushless motors, esc, and finished gyromixer so I could assemble it for free to test his new motors he is posting up about. But I never got him to do it. So Sven is still not brushless as of yet.