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T-28, Corsair, Mustang, Stinson, Radian Motor Mount

T-28, Corsair, Mustang, Stinson, Radian Motor Mount

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Part Number:D-190
This aluminum motor mount is designed to mount the Power Up 10 Sport Outrunner Brushless Motor on the Parkzone T28 and Corsair, as well as the Parkzone P-51D Mustang and Stinson Reliant. One of the key features to this motor mount is that it utilizes the stock plastic mount as a buffer zone in the event of a crash. The very inexpensive and easily replaceable stock plastic mount should take the impact instead of damaging the planes fuselage. No cowl modifications are necessary, simply bolt on and you are ready to fly. 

Simple three-step installation:
  • Attach new motor to aluminum mount with the motors supplied screws
  • Attach Parkzone stock plastic mount using the original motor screws
  • Attach entire assembly to the planes fuselage with the original mounting screws



The mount is compatible with motors that have the following bolt patterns:  19mmx19mm and 19mmx25mm

Power Up 10 Sport Propeller Compatibility: 
  • Stock 2 blade T28 / Corsair 9.5x7.5 (must use stock collet adapter)
  • Stock 3 blade T28 / Corsair 9x7.5 (must use stock collet adapter)
  • Stock 2 blade P51 9x6
  • MAS 10x7x3
There are quite a few other options depending on the performance desired.  Please refer to the prop data chart in our product listing for the Power Up 10 Sport motor.

SPECIAL NOTE: The Emax BL2820/07 is a nice upgrade motor for the T-28 and Corsair, and it fits the existing plastic motor mount on these models without any adapter or custom mount needed. The stock battery, prop and 30A ESC can be used for moderate performance, but it will be necessary to change the bullet connectors on the ESC to 4mm connectors (included with the motor).  For high performance, we recommend using an Sky Power 60A ESC, APC 11x8.5E prop, and an EZ Flite Pro 11.1v 2200 50C Lipo Battery. This motor is heavier than the stock motor, so we recommend sliding the battery rearward about 2 inches from it's standard position to obtain the correct center of gravity. It is necessary to remove a small amount of foam from the bottom of the canopy/battery hatch to allow the battery to be in this position. We used self-adhesive velcro to keep the battery from sliding out of position.

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