|Jul 11, 2009, 08:53 AM|
Best way of converting stick mount
I'm just wondering how everyone goes about converting a stick mount into a brushless outrunner with direct drive. I have a GWS Corsair and a Guanli ME-109. I ended up stuffing around and modifying GWS plastic mounts to get them to fit. While its not a hard thing to do i am wondering if there is a better way. Are there good quality gearboxes available so that it is easy to maintain everything in the stock location? How have others gone about it?
EDIT: I did do a search on this and found most people just hack at regular stick mounts then fit their desired outrunner. I just wondered if there was better way especially if you want a high power set-up in say a GWS P-51 or something like that.
|Jul 11, 2009, 10:07 AM|
That looks great. I also found this E-flite part.
Anyone used this before? Does it only fit Eflite motors?
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