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Old 01-12-2003, 04:59 AM
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CAN I CONVERT MY LMH 110 TO ELECTRIC POWER. OR SHOULD I JUST BUY A CORONA 120? IF I CAN CONVERT WHERE DO I GET THE PARTS.?ROFFEE TV AND HOBBY? LET ME KNOW SOMEONE. THANKS RON
Old 01-12-2003, 09:27 AM
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I think hoverup did it,or maybe it was motorhead? anyway, if you go with the corona and want to strip yours let me know, I might be interested in a hull to upgrade what I bought on classified.........ie.see .....I got my lmh.........Rog
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YES
You can convert.
There was many LMH Converted to electric before the Corona came out. LMH is slow in coming out with upgrades & options.
There is a package they sell that will completely convert it to a Corona. I understand it is the same price as what the parts are if ordered separately,in other words no discounts for the package.
I have seen some mount a wood plate were existing motor is and zip tie ele- motor in place(110 frame).
I have seen others move the servos back by shaft and motor section and put the electric motor up front on 110 frame.
Or just get the Corona frame. then change out blades and tail after a real good crash.
If money is no object get the Corona and have one of each.
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007,
I converted mine. It's pretty easy. Just move the servos where the IC engine was and place the electric motor at place as the Corona. I'm using aKyosho Atomic force motor and a Pegasus Heli esc. I'm also using 8 cells battery packs(panasonic 2000 Nimh).

Here is a picture of it with my homemade Schweizer 300 canopy.

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Hey Sylvian, thats a nice little pic.
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Yes, the gas LMH 110 can be converted to electric. At one time the electric version use to have the same blades and boom as LMH 110. If you notice, alot of guys you see with pics of the electric version are those with the shorter blades and booms. Well at least until recently.
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Great job on the homemade Schweitzer 300 canopy.
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Roffee has a couple of the LMH conversion kits in stock.
740-685-2552 ask for Mike.
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