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Elevator Conversions
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Styles #5 and #6

 
Drive your elevator halves using these slick fuselage mounts.  There are two styles to choose from. 
 
 

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The dual style is for those narrow fuselages where the servos must be placed as closely to each other as possible.  The two servos are held within 1/16" of each other for minimum width.

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And the single style is used in pairs for fuselages wider than 3-1/4".  It allows you to place the servos at any spacing you need.

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The single mount is also ideal for full-span ailerons or flap configurations.  With large chord wings the servo is virtually hidden within the fuselage.

Styles include:
 
#5 - dual for standard servos (up to .76" )
#5W - dual JR8611 servos (up to .82") 
#5XW - dual Futaba 9152 servos (up to 1.01")
 
#6 - single for a standard servo
#6W - single JR8611 servo
#6XW - single Futaba 9152 servo
 
note:  if in doubt about which servo you will use, you should pick the #1W.  You can then use 1/32" shims to install the smaller servo if necessary.
 
The kit includes:
Laser-cut mount
Laser-cut servo horn
4-40 bolts to mount servo arm to horn
Instruction sheet
 
The only items you will need are servos and a Hangar 9 HD 1/2 servo arms to match.

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Note the clean elevator installation in Jeff Fisher's Extra

 
Specifications:
 
Weight:  Approx 12 grams single/20 grams dual
 
Height/width:      #5 & 6 -            .885"/2.375"/
                         #5W & 6W -      .945"/2.375"
                         #5XW & 6XW -  1.130"/2.880"
 
 

 
 

Single Elevator Instructions

Dual Elevator Instructions

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