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  1. #1
    rodney tanner's Avatar
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    La Herradura Edo. de Mexico, 53920 MEXICO
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    E-flight Power 90 question

    I have ground run the Power 90 (8c setup on a 17x10 APC prop) 10 ten times and the performance is
    excellent. I am aware that this setup at the limit of the specs and will produce high (60c) case temp and have
    ducted the front intake to offset this.

    I have noticed that one of the magnets seems to have shifted (see attached pic above the power 90 sicker) or
    perhaps I just hadยดnt noticed it when I purchased it. With the slight play on the shaft the magnet will rub on the rear casing
    when the shaft is pressed rearwards. However, it does not appear to rub when the motor is running.
    I have noticed that the product shots on the box appear to have a piece of metal at that position.
    So is this an intended part of the design?
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    Dec 2001
    Kerrville, TX

    RE: E-flight Power 90 question

    Send it back. CR

  3. #3
    ray foley's Avatar
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    Aug 2002
    toledo, OH
    hi there from Toledo

    +1, Defective, send it back.

    ciao -rjf
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