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Old Apr 26, 2010, 11:27 AM
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New Product
New low cost Dynamax conversion

Now available two new adapters for converting your Dynamax for use with the BigScreamer or Scorpion & Hyperion 4035 motors.

Here are some pictures of the modifications needed to your existing fan.
http://www.ejf.com/media/conversion/

The basic difference between the two is the BigScreamer doesn't require the notch for the wires.

Both use the fan mount flange bolts in the center body making a secure attachment. depending on your version a spacer maybe needed for the collet bolt. if someone needs that let me know.

http://www.ejf.com/index.php?main_pa...x&cPath=89_225

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Old Apr 26, 2010, 11:33 AM
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Very nice! Now everyone with a old fan laying around can convert it and put it back to work.

Good job Robert.

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Old Apr 26, 2010, 11:39 AM
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Now available two new adapters for converting your Dynamax for use with the BigScreamer or Scorpion & Hyperion 4035 motors.

Here are some pictures of the modifications needed to your existing fan.
http://www.ejf.com/media/conversion/

The basic difference between the two is the BigScreamer doesn't require the notch for the wires.

Both use the fan mount flange bolts in the center body making a secure attachment. depending on your version a spacer maybe needed for the collet bolt. if someone needs that let me know.

http://www.ejf.com/index.php?main_pa...x&cPath=89_225

--RW
Robert, very nice. Thanks for keeping these products affordable. I guess I will be having another order for you.
Question: I assume if I don't already have a Dynamax fan, you order it from Jet Model Products? Also, will the shroud still have the cut-out for the "old" gas motor? Thanks.
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 11:42 AM
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Robert, very nice. Thanks for keeping these products affordable. I guess I will be having another order for you.
Question: I assume if I don't already have a Dynamax fan, you order it from Jet Model Products? Also, will the shroud still have the cut-out for the "old" gas motor? Thanks.
We will be getting Dynamax fans without the cylinder cutouts and offer them already converted as well in the near future.

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Old Apr 26, 2010, 11:53 AM
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We will be getting Dynamax fans without the cylinder cutouts and offer them already converted as well in the near future.

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Robert, Great. I hope "in the near future" is soon.
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 12:19 PM
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That's awsome Robert!

I was flying my Dyn-E-Max with a Scorpion 630 KV outrunner yesterday

Got four flights in my Tam Jet's A-4 it blows my mind that at 17.5 pounds with 12s 5000 and 18.5 pounds with 12s 35c 6500... it moves that plane so good.

Now with your adaptor guys can find a used fan which I see all the time for $150 bucks.. pick up a Scorpion for $169 bucks get your adaptor and collet for $80 bucks and bam there into big edf's cheap
were talking $399 for a killer setup... I've just been so impressed with this setup. It out performs my old DS-94 Neu motor 1521 in everyway
still hard for me to believe... but everytime I fly it I'm blown away
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 12:30 PM
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awesome RW
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 12:50 PM
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Oh and the sound... lets not forget that awesome sound!!
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Those new Hyperion HS motors are doing awesome in these big fans! (4035 size)
Made in conjunction with Scorpion, so the nomenclature and applications are the same, but the construction and bearings are WAAAAY better!
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Littlescreamers has a new 4045 motor coming just for EDF

Pics coming soon

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The more selection, the merrier!
Newer motors... lower prices... more performance... who can complain?!
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I have a plane I am nearly finished....need painting so this looks like another way to go....good job Robert.
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i was going to say somthing ...put i did'nt want any points
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