NEWS: Soft mounting accessories for micro brushless racers

As you already know with smaller and smaller brushless racers, it’s not rare to see them drifting (a lot) in stabilized flight modes (angle, horizon). On trick to solve thos problem is to soft mount motors and FC.

1) For example for 110x motors, here are some soft mounts to install between motors and arms: https://www.banggood.com/8-PCS-EVA-Sponge-Vibaration-Isolation-Soft-Mount-for-1102-1106-Motor-p-1138084.html
You will need probably some longer hexscrews and secure the installation with a drop of locite thread lock for example

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Specification:
Item name: HBRC EVA Sponge Foam Brushless Motor Pad
Material: EVA sponge foam
Weight: about 1.18g
Color: orange, black
Quantity:
4 pieces top pad
4 pieces bottom pad
Height:
20mm (orange: top pad 3mm, bottom pad 17mm)
18mm (black: top pad 3mm, bottom pad 15mm)

Features:
-Top pads have 4 screw holes, using 4 M2 motor screws to stick the pads to the bottom of motor
-Supporting 1102 1103 1104 1105 1106
-Top and bottom pads can be use seperately or together

Package included:
4*top HBRC EVA Sponge Foam Brushless Motor Pad
4*bottom HBRC EVA Sponge Foam Brushless Motor Pad

2) For flight controller, tiny rubber o-rings are perfect: https://www.banggood.com/20-PCS-Anti-vibration-Flight-Controller-Protection-Rubber-Band-Green-White-p-1174651.html

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Specification:
Item Name: Flight Controller Wire Protection Rubber Band
Color: green, white (option)
Quantity: 20 PCS
Inside diameter: 1.9mm
Outside diameter: 6mm
Thickness: 2mm/pcs
Suitable for the FC using the M3 screw,like F3 F4 F7 FC

Package included:
20* Flight Controller Wire Protection Rubber Band

4 Comments

  • Krotow says:

    Correction about “soft mounts” above. I received 2 sets of them yesterday. Ordered them because believed that these are softmount pads. But they are landing pads instead. The smaller pad goes over 110x motor screw heads below frame to create horizontal surface where to glue larger piece.

  • lolo says:

    I confirm it’s not appropriate for 1103 motors, I had to cut it to use it…

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