ARES 139 Fortini remix

By stefanm84 on May 27, 2017

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Purchased this frame from my local hobby shop and it flies great! indestructible! So decided to drop my old DYS 4 in 1 20a with a Fortini F4!

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myersn024   Feb 22, 2018  

I'm working on a 3" quad using the same motors and props, and I have a question. I can't get the locking nuts to screw onto the motor shafts far enough to actually engage the nylon insert. Did you have any trouble with that?

stefanm84   Feb 22, 2018 

Not at all. They screwed right on for me.

myersn024   Feb 23, 2018 

Who knows. I'm going to run by the hardware store later today and get some shorter M5 nylock nuts and try those out.

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