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Wing brace

Discussion in 'Talion' started by Coopsonthefarm, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. Coopsonthefarm

    Coopsonthefarm Well-Known Member

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    I’m on the pursuit of bulletproofing my Talion. These at the the braces I have made. I made the wing brace after getting sick of snapping the wing off. I also made a little push rod slicking out of my chassis brace so my chassis dirt/dust shroud dosnt make contact with my servo horn. Any and all tips or suggestions are always appreciated.
     

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    WoodiE Kind of good admin
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    That's a pretty beefy wing brace @Coopsonthefarm. Have you thought about upgrading to the RPM wing mount as well?

    For most of the users here, running the RPM wing mount has fixed their wing mount breaking issue.
     
  3. Coopsonthefarm

    Coopsonthefarm Well-Known Member

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    I have not yet but next break will be ordering one, happen to have a stock back up so I’ll see how long this one will hold up
     
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