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Old 08-11-2011, 04:55 PM
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Default H9 P-51 Mustang MKII PTS EP conversion using H9 motor mount standoff

I have the Hangar 9 PTS Mustang that I plan to convert to electric with a Power 46 motor. I am considering this H9 motor mount adjustable standoff but not sure IF it will fit the Mustang's fire wall or fit inside the cowl?

Has anyone used this standoff mount in such a conversion? Horizon part number is: HAN4245
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Old 11-14-2011, 06:41 PM
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Default RE: H9 P-51 Mustang MKII PTS EP conversion using H9 motor mount standoff

How did the conversion turnout? I hae the p-51 converted with retracts, flaps, and an evo .60 nx engine. would not mind converting to electric.
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Default RE: H9 P-51 Mustang MKII PTS EP conversion using H9 motor mount standoff

I am building the sam eplae in lelectric, my first one. Bought he eflite retracts, they dont even fit into their own airplane...
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