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Old Feb 03, 2013, 08:33 PM
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This is the new thrust vectoring motor mount from It mounts to any 6mm surface either with hot glue or epoxy and has been tested to 40 oz of thrust-including the NTM Prop Drive 2700kv motor. It has the connecting hardware included and all you need to do is screw in your 2mm control rods to elevator and rudder Servos . Use 2 for three axis control!

Anyone who has built and flown a boxermad84 plane knows the quality of the product. I have been working closely with Jay and help test this motor mount and several of his designs. Frcfoamies is the new web site for boxermad and among the new products there is this mount. I've used it on the X31 model for crazy tumbles, high alpha and hover, but it can easily be added to any rear mount jet. Cost is 15 pounds- well worth it!
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