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Old 06-05-2020, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone recommend me an 11T motor pinion that is compatible with the standard legacy 700 112t main gear? If you have a part number it'd be hugely appreciated.

My motor is 530kV so the geared head speed is higher than I need/want, especially coming back to the hobby after a long break. I'd rather drop the speed and gain 30s flight time.

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https://www.onlyfinehelis.com/Align-...0E_p_3935.html

Or H55G002XX

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Pretty sure the CNC Align main gear is a swap out for the Alees so source a Align Pinion.
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Got one one order so hoping it might arrive today, though it's 15:15 here now so not likely.
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I found that the pinion would sit too high and I had to add a countersink to the bottom. Depends on the design of the collar / snap ring on the motor though. The stock Aleese pinion already has this countersink. You don't need a drill press for this a hand power drill a 6mm bore countersink and an old 6mm shaft of some sort will do the job. Just drill a hole in a block of wood and tap the pinion in there to hold it in place. the stick the shaft and countersink in there and carefully bore out a countersunk. Make sure it stops a short of the setscrew hole.
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