长度 ：85毫米〜36毫米（可调）*此坐骑是Turnigy 35-XX系列（包括SK）无刷outrunners再合适不过了。
Brought this mount with a 3532 SK3 motor as description said its ideal for 35-xx motors including SK3 but this is not the case. New holes will have to be drilled in the Mount to accommodate motor. Apart from that looks and feels strong.Well made and now come with Nylocs.Excellent product and very good value. Mounted my Turnigy 35/42 motor but 35mm is the maxim can width this will accommodate. If you do this be careful to check the clearance of the rear screw heads holding the centre part to the sides. They just clear the motor casing by 1mm each side. I had to re-drill the motor mounting holes. Easy to do using the bracket supplied with the motor as a guide. Be careful to allow a slide fit for the screws. They should tighten into the motor with finger tip pressure. If the do not open up the bracket screw holes with a needle file. Do not force the screws into the motor, you'll strip the thread !really useful , it adapts to any need , only advice after a couple of flights , tighten all the screws , the vibrations tend to loosen themGreat mount, very versatile. Thought it might be liable to vibration resonance being metal but not so. Seems to actually dampen vibrations.A very useful bench mount, light, precise and hi adaptable characteristics. Very recommended. I'm using it in an electrical EPO Cessna 100cm long and reorder another for the Cessna 182 laser cut 960cm model.Fantastic item, I use it all the time in all places and electronics. Nice n shiny finish, good coveringGreat quality. Works great and is easy to setup. Hardware is top quality.I use this one in a Marguerita RC from Hobbyking - NTM 3548 1100kv. Only possible to use 2 screws to keep the motor in place. Pay attention: you should use horizontal holes. If you use vertical holes, the motor mount firewall could bend.I put one of these in my Hobbyking Marguerita, with a NTM prop drive 35-48. It's not possible to put 4 screws, only 2. You have to pay attention, and use the horizontal holes to screw your motor. First time, I used vertical holes, and the front of firewall bent, motor became loose, lots of vibration.