Phantom Scrap

By daich on May 01, 2020

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got a used phantom frame and stack for cheap and finally built it out

--update 1st May 2020
I crashed this indoors and the c-clip popped off causing the bell to fly off. I was able to find the bell but the shaft had detached and was lost. I replaced the shaft from a br1103b motor and while I was at it, I measured the stator to be 1103.5! No wonder these motors are so powerful and heavy for an "1102"

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