By Clayton Bateman on Dec 19, 2018

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This is my Mode 2 ghost.

This one is a pretty standard build except for the motors. The motors are prototype Mode 2 motors built by 3Bhobby. Instead of the 4 standard 3mm mounting screws, it uses a single center stud and nut to mount to the arms.

Weight: 275g without battery.


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FrenchB   Dec 20, 2018  

Great looking canopy. Love the dual color.

Can you add some pics of the arms under the motors? I assume that's a custom cut frame?

EZRACER   Dec 20, 2018 

No, its just this frame

Clayton Bateman   Dec 20, 2018 

here is the bottom of the arms. they are custom cut for this motors. they have no 3mm holes and an enlarged center hole. on the top of the arm there is a square pocket machined 2mm deep. on the base of the motor is a square boss that sits snugly in that pocket to keep the motor from rotating.

FrenchB   Dec 20, 2018 

Awesome, thanks!

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