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On the JR9303, use the DELTA wing type and you'll be all set.
Detail of the Berg receiver and the Castle Creation brushless controller.
Wiring of the Mtroniks to the pins.
Another view of the insdie, showing the two MTroniks controllers. These are Minimoto's: don't use them, they do not have symmetric throttle. Use the similar MicroViper Marine 10 instead.
The innards all wired up.
Specs of the Thunderbird-9 brushless controller.
The motor is mounted with two M2.5 metric screws. Note the additional cutouts and holes for motor cooling. Also a long 4/40 hex nut spacer needs to be epoxied to the shaft.
The Electrifly brushless motor used to upgrade the fan motor.
The electronics board with the Mabuchi fan motor.
To take the innards out, just pull on the skirt around the center electronic block. This will let you access 5 screws that will enable you to remove the block in one unit.
The electronic and fan block pulled out. Note the row of pins on the top that will automatically connect to the antenna and motors when you place it back in.
Left is the original 9.6V 700 mAh NiCd battery, right is the new 3 cell 11V 3000 mAh battery from all-battery.com.
The very basic remote it comes with. Left and right sticks control the left and right fans. It's non proportional control, full forward or full backward.
The Tayio Edge Hovercraft.
Off for a successful maiden flight at Mission Peak looking over Silicon Valley...
Onyx-L (MH-32 wing, not a JW)
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