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04.07.2007, 03:34 AM

I think it needs a brace Artur. the plastic of the chassis isn't tough enough to hold that motor without flexing.
   
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04.07.2007, 12:11 PM

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Hi,

great looking mount. just what I have been looking for. I am going brushless in my E Maxx and was thinking about something like this.
please keep us informed.


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Thank you, I will.

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Are there any problems with the motor mount flexing from the weight of the motor? It looks to me like that could be a problem.
It is funny, but I thought about the same thing and saved place to attach turnbuckles from motor bracket to ESC housing holes...
But if you look on the mount, then you will see that motor/idler/diff are locked together and other brace provides support...
But it would be nice to support motors back, I am working on it right now :)
   
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New approach, any motor - 04.07.2007, 06:05 PM

Updated diff housing 4 standoffs and new motor plate.

Drawings were skewed alot :(
Better ones Motor plate Diff Plate with standoffs
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04.07.2007, 07:33 PM

will this version accept different motors and a different variety of pinions
   
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04.08.2007, 01:06 AM

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will this version accept different motors and a different variety of pinions
Yes, from 12t-24t.
Motor Diameter is irrelevant now.
I will try to build a prototype next week and add some pictures with results.
   
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04.08.2007, 01:25 PM

thanks for adjusting to allow a different variety this model also appears to be stronger.
   
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05.13.2007, 09:52 PM

Not exactly happy with prototype, but it will work now with Neumotors and pinions from 10t up to 24t. Need to add support for motor, but then how important to work with stock chassis?
   
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