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DIATONE 18XX / 22XX Motor Proteger el tren de aterrizaje (azul) (2pcs)

DIATONE 18XX / 22XX Motor Proteger el tren de aterrizaje (azul) (2pcs)

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366000149-0
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DIATONE 18XX / 22XX Motor Proteger el tren de aterrizaje (azul) (2pcs)

Estos protectores se construyen con líneas rectas y curvas. Esto reduce los puntos de tensión para ayudar a eliminar la rotura. Una barra de 10 mm de alto protector protege al motor contra daños durante los aterrizajes duros.

Pueden ser utilizados como piezas de repuesto o debido a la cantidad de diferentes colores para dar tu quad un aspecto diferente.

caracteristicas:
• proteger el motor contra daños
• Adecuado para diferentes tipo de motor
• materiales compuestos con refuerzo de nylon
• Los varios colores están disponibles

Especificaciones:
Altura: 29 mm
Peso: 5,1 g
Orificios de los pernos de montaje del motor: 9/12/16 / 19mm (M2); 16/19 mm (M3)

Incluido:
Tren de aterrizaje 2 x
9 x M2x8 Tornillo

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 366000149-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 22.0000
  • Longitud 135.00
  • Ancho 20.00
  • Altura 80.00
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Solid injection molded pieces. I was also initially confused as to how they fit on the diatone arms. They are meant to be placed between the actual motor and the arm, with the 'landing nub' going down. You can face it to the front or the back. So it basically cups your actual motor, with the flat side laying against the top of the arm.

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Solid injection molded pieces. I was also initially confused as to how they fit on the diatone arms. They are meant to be placed between the actual motor and the arm, with the 'landing nub' going down. You can face it to the front or the back. So it basically cups your actual motor, with the flat side laying against the top of the arm.

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