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FINAL ASSEMBLY - ESC/RECEIVER PLACEMENT

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wwreynolds4

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I'm finishing up my ET410.2, and was hoping for some assistance on ESC/Receiver placement. I have an EZRUN MAX 10. If anyone has pictures of their placement that have been successful, I would greatly appreciate it.
 
The 140A and 80A versions of the G2 are the same size. I don't have it mounted on an ET410.2, but the 140A G2 is on my SCT410SL chassis with the 3665 G3 motor. You don't want to see my ET410's setup :p . I tossed and turned trying to figure out a good orientation. Maybe the following will give you an idea what you're after:
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I zip tied the sensor cable to the center brace.
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I'll probably shorten the motor wires at some point. I just wanted to see how things held up during the first month or two. So far, so good.
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I have not seen anyone with a Max10 G2 on a ET410 yet. I'd love to see what you come up with, 'cause I got plans for putting a Max10 80A G2/3652 G3 combo onboard a ET410.2 later on this year.
 
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I posted this picture on your other thread. I warned you... it's not pretty:
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After four years, Gorilla 15 lb. double sided tape (for ESC) & E6000 still holding things to the chassis...
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