|Dec 11, 2009, 11:30 AM|
Attention Power 160 owners: Easy question on E-Flite Power 160 dimensions
I bought a generic Power 160 motor and I'm trying to figure out if the E-Flite prop adaptor (the one used if the motor is mounted radially) will work on my generic Power 160. Please see picture. I just need to know what the diameter is of that raised portion of the real Power 160 that the adaptor fits over. On my generic one, its just under 29mm.
Also need to know what the distance is (center of hole to center of hole) between 2 of the 4 prop adaptor mounting holes crossing over the end of the motor shaft. On my generic it's 22mm. Any help is appreciated. Posted the same question on Wattflyer.
Please no hazing, I easily own over a $1000 worth of Horizon Hobby products, but this was a deal I could not pass up. Thanks for any help! Doug
|Dec 11, 2009, 02:45 PM|
You can call them, they are out of California and order in the radial adapter and xmount if you need them.
|Dec 11, 2009, 05:07 PM|
I called and they are out until January, but my main concern is being able to put a nice spinner on and with the stock adaptor, I can't because it doesn't have the center hole. Yes I can drill and tap but would prefer something I can just bolt on that has the hole already tapped.
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