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Old 11-16-2002, 01:10 AM
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Default whiplash pipe mount

anyone use that pipe mount from Bagostix? Did you surface mount it or go all the way thru the airframe?
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Old 11-17-2002, 02:08 AM
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Mr. Long its best when installed through the top skin and the base epoxied to the bottom inside of the fuse..
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I took a different approch; I took a block of maple and glued it between the servos, Tapped it to the size required and screwed a custom machined mount in place.The mount it self is an old alum modeling knife handle, Threaded the shaft to fit the tapped hole and the other end drilled a hole to run a tie-rap around,,Metal to metal was ellimated by using a piece of silicon slipped over the tail pipe of the tuned pipe. I turns out to be a very stong mount
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