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BF-109G Messerschmitt Motor Mount for a Turnigy SK3548 motor

Price: $24.99
  • Model: A100069
  • Units in Stock: 15
  • Manufactured by: Custom RC Parts

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The Custom RC Parts designed motor mount for the ParkZone BF-109G Messerschmitt.

This mount allows you to install a variety of SK3548 size motors on your plane. The mount and washer are machined out of 6061-T6 billet Aluminum.

The custom prop shaft is machined out of 7075-T6 Aluminum. The mount is anodized black. The custom prop shaft bolts on in place of the stock one (fasteners not included). The stock look is maintained.

The mount fits 19mm X 19 to 25mm X 25mm motors using 3mm fasteners.

Mount to fuselage and motor mount fasteners included

Mount: 6061-T6 Aluminum.
Anodized black.

Prop Shaft: 7075-T6 Aluminum

Prop Spacer: 6061-T6

19mm X 25mm slots for 3mm fasteners.

14.0mm clearance hole.

Designed for motors with an operating length "K" of 49mm.

Mount weight: 10g
Shaft weight: 9g
Spacer weight: 3g

Turnigy SK3548-900
Turnigy SK3548-1100

BF-109G Messerschmitt

1. Install the motor on the motor mount using the 4, M3-.5 X 6 fasteners. Screw the fasteners in until they contact the motor mount then back them out a quarter turn. Ensure that the collar on the motor is centered in the clearance hole in the motor mount. Now tighten the fasteners. Once the motor is secured to the mount, spin the motor to make sure that there are no interferences. It’s a good idea to use a little Loctite on the threads.

2. Install the prop shaft on the motor using the 4, M2.5 X 10 fasteners that were supplied with your motor.

3. Install the motor and mount on the plane using the #4 X 1/2” fasteners. I like how the fasteners have more engagement than the stock fasteners, but you can reuse the stock fasteners if you like.
CAUTION: You are installing fasteners into plastic. Do not over tighten the fasteners.

4. Route the wires through the firewall.

5. Install the cowl and check for interferences.

6. Install the spinner base, prop, prop spacer, prop nut and the spinner and you are all set!

7. As with any change to your plane, before flying ensure that the center of gravity is correct!