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Turnigy shaft reversal

Old 08-22-2008, 09:02 AM
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Question Turnigy shaft reversal

Before I go and pull my new Turnigy 35-30C apart, can you reverse the shaft on these motors? The shaft sticks out the back as it is, and it seems simple enough to reverse, I just want to know if this is as easy as it looks or are there hidden dangers. I plan to use this as a direct drive replacement on my Typhoon 2, and possibly (I bought 2) also on my PZ Trojan. Any input or alternate solutions greatly appreciated! Also, any ideas on why they use this configuration instead of sticking the shaft out the front ala e-flite and others?

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