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Girard Ibanez

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Roban AS350 Air Zermatt

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09-07-2020 03:59 AM  20 days ago
Girard Ibanez

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Fabricated a ply wood mount for the ESC.

ESC fastenned to the ply wood mount.

Fabricated a 3rd fastening point. Opt to put the battery in the passenger cabin vice the original location inside the fuselage. Sacrificed asthetics for CG balance. Original battery location would have required 2 pounds of nose weights.


Fabricated a battery tray to mount in the passenger cabin. Requires 1 screw to secure the battery.


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09-14-2020 11:48 PM  12 days ago
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How about mounting your batteries under the cabin floor? That way you don’t have to give up your cabin details. Just like this picture.

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09-15-2020 12:25 AM  12 days ago
Girard Ibanez

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Hi It1pwr, I did consider that location you outlined in red. Not much wiggle room. I could have tested the batteries lengthwise verses crosswise.

The other issue I had that was more work than being in /out was unscrewing the 2 bolts then screwing them back just to put batteries in. Not to mention damaging the cockpit fuse.


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09-15-2020 12:44 AM  12 days ago
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The 2 AS350’s I built had quite a few scale details in the cockpit and I never used the socket head screws to secure the nose, I used the magnets that came already pre-installed and they were plenty strong. I never had a problem with the nose coming loose.
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