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Offline Dennis Adamisin

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Electric Conversion Kits: Universal "A" & Universal "B"
« on: February 16, 2014, 05:47:23 PM »
http://brodak.com/electric/conversion-kits/universal-a-electric-conversion.html

Stock #BH-1943 Universal "A"
Stock #BH-1944 Universal "B"

These are generic mounting systems adaptable to many existing designs or sqcratch build designs.  Universal "A" is designed to be used in a model that has a 2 wide inside dimension to the full fuselage. This corresponds to just about every 35-40 sized model from Brodak or from other sources. The Electric Conversion system revises the fuselage construction to a firewall mount with a battery tray and a top access hatch. It works with any of the Brodak Arrowind 28xx motors, or similar sized motors from other sources. There are a couple pix shown below of the system going into a Brodak 59 Ares fuselage.

For larger motors try the BH-1944 Universal "B" Conversion Kit that is designed for 2.25 fuselages and large frame motors
« Last Edit: February 16, 2014, 06:19:30 PM by Dennis Adamisin »
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Re: Electric Conversion Kits: Universal "A" & Universal "B"
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2014, 01:47:36 AM »
Hi Dennis

What length is main piece in your 'A' kit please ?

Vincent

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Re: Electric Conversion Kits: Universal "A" & Universal "B"
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2014, 09:28:11 AM »
Hi Dennis

What length is main piece in your 'A' kit please ?

Vincent

Hi Vincent
The battery tray is 7.125" long, this can be cut off if needed.  For the Stuka you may also want to consider building a notch into the wing leading edge to gain a little extra room for the Lipo pack.

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