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Old 09-02-2009, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by CHELLIE View Post
Maybe this might help, epoxy the sides to the foam, with some spacers in the foam to prevent crushing of the foam, and bolt it on, use epoxy to glue the 1/4" plywood together, hope that helps, Take care, Chellie

Hi Chellie! Great thread, as usual!

Would this idea work for the pictures below? I tried to mount it on Polypropylene, and hot glue it to the frame, but at full throttle, the depron tore. Now my frame is shorter hehe.
The motor MAY be a wee powerful, ahemmm, but we wants to make it work.
Could I use a piece of 3mm ply for the firewall, reinforced with wood along the frame, as you picture it? I may use the nuts/bolts spacer idea, for ease of angle adjustments too, but I am worried about weight.
I am kind of on my last attempt here, because after two failed attempts, my plane is getting short lol.
Thanks,
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