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Old Nov 13, 2012, 04:01 AM
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Originally Posted by meanbaby View Post
building Polaris #35 on the bench and #34 is done standing upright on he pic, been using foam tac on all my builds and loving it, now heres a question, i been scare to use foam tac for the tail assembly becuase there ios where the g10 1400kv be going,
Eric,you think i be safe to mount the plywood mount and then the tail section together with foam tac? should hold all the weight and torque of the motor right?

oo heck, im going to try it and test the holding of the critical section of the motor assembly, i will report back!!!! i believe it will hold just as good or even better then epoxy that i been using for that spot!


other pictue, all planes build with foam tac except the wing(purple and yellow), was build last year before i started using foam tac
-pete
One thing we found with the Mako, is that motor mounts with Foam-tac will loosen if the motor gets hot. Foam-Tac will soften with heat! Your fine if the motor does not get hot.

John.
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