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  1. jaycook777
    01-11-2010 07:10 AM
    jaycook777
    Hi,

    I was looking at a post you made with two different outrunner motors pictured. One has the shaft sticking out the back. I had a Turnigy motor with the same setup. Shaft sticking out the back and a bolt on prop adapter on the front.

    My Corsair's stock Parkzone motor had the shaft sticking out the front and a prop adapter that set screwed onto the shaft.

    Could you give me your opinion on why they have the shaft sticking out the rear, and the difference between using a prop adapter that bolts on compared to the set screw on the shaft type.

    Thanks for your time,
    Jay Cook
  2. MD_Zebo
    09-03-2008 11:02 PM
    MD_Zebo
    hi hawk, i STILL haven't flown my alpha spit!! been too FXXXkin' windy all summer, and when it hasn't been i've flown the zero, hope you're well, S~

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