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05-14-2011 04:32 PM  7 years agoPost 1
altima1779

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I bought an evo 90 with the electric conversion already installed, its the conversion for the plastic frame.

With the batteries I am running I have to take the canopy off in order to get the front one out because it will not clear the motor.

Any of you that have done this conversion have you put spacers between the landing gear and frame in order to get clearance under the motor? Or do you see an issue with this?

Also any tips on the new futaba 701? I can not seem to get the tail to be still, kinda wants to bounce around. On my nitro setup I would fight drifting but what should I do different in setup with the big electric models. I just can't seam to find the same setup I had on my nitro 90.

I have two 520 and a 701 with all the basic tail setup having being done.

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