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Old 09-03-2014, 12:36 PM
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I'm in the process of setting up a brand new Habu 32 and have a question for anyone who's had one of these birds. Question is in regards to the internal ducting. When looking inside the fuse I notice that there is a gap between where the left and right inlets come together within the airframe. The gap exposes the internal area of the airframe, aft of where the battery should be mounted. Should there be this gap or should the ducting be completely closed/joined together where the two inlets come together within the fuse? The picture attached shows the area where the two inlets come together where the gap is within the fuse. Taken forward of the cg looking aft. I'm now starting to wonder if this gap is for cooling of the electronics. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks

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Old 09-21-2014, 09:18 PM
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Leave it open for cooling. Many people are putting their speed controllers in that gap to help them stay cool.
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