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Peter Miller20/06/2019 08:26:45
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MIne is just where Trevor put his. You can hardly notice it. It has the advantage that it is cose the the rear of the battery. The air flows in under the motor, over the speed controller where it is most needed and then past the battery and straight out. IT WORKS

Nigel R20/06/2019 08:32:53
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"there is plenty of strength provided by the epoxy joint so no need to add any stock"

Out of all of the joints in an airframe, the motor bulkhead to fuselage side is the one I would least want to reduce the strength of.

Dean Sarelius20/06/2019 10:21:55
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Thanks Peter and Trevor,

As I will be placing just one pilot into the rear seat I will make the hole in the front seat same as per Trevors pic.

I will also place the re-enforcing for the motor bulkhead.

Cheers,

Dean

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