I attached mine to the carbon fiber rod-fuselage of a scratch built using thread end epoxy. First, tightly wrap the aft MOTOR portion with thread(you can put a dab of CA every now and then to keep it tight), keep wrapping until its all down tight and looks like a rope*-)The thread is then cut, and a small amount of CA to hold it is put at the terminus. Lightly apply a coat of thin 5-10 min epoxy over all the threaded portion, and BAM-you're done and it even looks nice! This is but one of many wa
It works very well, even better than original. It is lighter about 0.2g either for me. Size is the same, only the shaft a little shorter so you don't need to push propeller all the way on a shaft, just leave a little space between propeller and motor to eliminate any kind of friction there.
The gearbox was seized on arrival as it had been assembled with no clearance. Once I fixed that it ran but very roughly, the gears don't seem to mesh properly. The pinion on the motor slips and had to be fixed with cyano. Mine weighed 2.05grams There are no mounting lugs at all so mounting is going to be interesting
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Orderd three of them, to replace rearmotor of Blade Msr. Otherwise you have to buy a whole tailsection and those aren't cheap.
Without the plastic weighs 1.5 gr. and works well as a tail engine of only nine eagles pro, better than original.lo only thing to do is to cut or file the prop a few millimeters because the shaft is shorter.