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    Hi
    I have the Turnigy D3542/5 1250kv motor as suggested in your guide.
    I’m trying to fit it to the fuselage but cant see how it screws in?
    I have attached pictures for guidance.
    The three holes at the front don’t line up with the holes in the fuselage and im pretty sure this should rotate so shouldn’t be screwed in this end?
    Help would be appreciated?

    Regards
    Chris

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    #597451
    AvatarPhilippe POIRIER
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    Hello,
    I’ve received the motor turnigy.
    As you, it don’t match with the noze of the plane.
    3 holes instead of 4.

    Is anyone have the same problem or a solution

    Thanks a lot…

    #688031
    Avatarrk.smith
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    The white part mounts to the end of the motor with the wires.

    #689148
    Avatardanal.estes
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    Some motors, it is needed to turn the shaft around. I had to do this with the motor I chose for the QTrainer.

    Once the shaft is sticking out the part of the motor that has the wires, that part mounts to the back of the printed part of the nose of the plane. The shaft should stick out forward, and the “can” should be projecting backwards into the battery compartment. The “can” will turn, so be sure no wires or batteries can contact it.

    #689176
    Avatardanal.estes
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    This motor. Take the shaft out, and put it back in so that it projects (sticks out) toward the part with the wires (toward us in this photo).

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    videobanthangvideobanthang
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    wow

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