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SE V2 belt tail to 450 Pro torque driven tail?

Old 10-20-2010, 08:20 AM
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Anyone know if Ican simply switch the belt driven tail boom/rotor to the torque tube driven one from a 450 Pro? I am waiting for a SE V2 bought here and already have the tail assembly from a 450 Pro and wanted to just switch the belt to torque tube. Is this possible?</p>
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Default RE: SE V2 belt tail to 450 Pro torque driven tail?

The Pro version won't fit. Align makes one specifically to upgrade the SE:

450V3 Torque Tube Drive Assembly HS1298
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Thank you - that is exactly what Iwanted to know. Now I can continue a build of 450 Pro that got about 1/2 way done, friend lost interest gave to me - trying to price all the parts Ineed. One problem is that the hex cap screws that put everything together are mostly stripped. Ihave no idea how to get them off the frame without damaging the graphite frame. Any suggestions?
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Default RE: SE V2 belt tail to 450 Pro torque driven tail?

I've used a dremel wheel to cut in a little notch that I can use a flat screwdriver on.

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