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Old 05-13-2019, 12:54 PM
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Default Byron f15c

Originally Posted by erbroens View Post
My suggestion is to change the servo arm for a new metal one with the same length ( there are plenty of good options from the 3D gassers guys) and all new similar link hardware with 4-40 rods.

I would also reinforce all the servo mount with carbon cloth and epoxy, making a "bathtub" that reinforces all the internals you can see in the pictures of the servo pocket.. is quite easy and quick to do with a brush and epoxy and later removing the excess cloth and servo hole with a dremel.

Also the stab arm can have a carbon reinforcement covering all the horn and stab root.. is important to roughen the surfaces with sandpaper for good adhesion.

By the way, how much torque has this servo?
Hey thanks, I will do the pocket for the servos, picture is not my f15c, I'm going to use hitec 7954hs, about 400oz, on all surface, Thanks.