AXN is done!
I have finished building my AXN and it looks great to me. I put a few customised details into it, some I borrowed from others (like Bruce at RC Model Review), and some I did for myself.
As I decided to use the servos from my crashed FMS Cesssna 182, but they had longer leads than usual so having to use the Y lead as well I ended up with some significant excess lead to stash. I think I did okay with that and still allowed good air flow to the ESC.
On that note I put a 30A cheapie ESC in it because I was told the stock ESC is rubbish and the other one cost me less than $10.
I am having one issue though, when I fire up the motor and get to about 2/3 power the motor vibrates quite violently until I increase power. Can anyone offer anything to explain/correct this? (Yes I fitted and glued the prop spacer.)
Here are a few pics of my first AXN. I'll maiden it today (I hope) and let you know how it went!
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