Using a cnc mtor mount w/ bixler
I recently got my bixler, and the first thing that I bought for it was a cnc motor amount that in my opinion is much better then stock. I also dropped the stock motor in favor of a turnigy 2217 1050kv, and I put on a prop recommended to me by the guy who I got the mount from.
As you can see, the round end is glued into the bixler, and then you mount the motor to the other piece which can be mounted at stock. or higher depending on the motor and the prop. as It is my 8" prop just barely clears.
As of yet Im still waiting for my APM and electronics chasis to glue the fuze together. But Im starting to wonder if I will have problems flying with this config vs stock. what do you guys think?
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