Hey,

Probably not understanding things as well as i should from the picture,
ignore me if i'm stupid, but it appears that a spacer would lower the
top attachment enough. Does this cause other, worse problems?

(2012.08.12) dave.camari...@gmail.com:
> So I was figuring out how to mount the new motor casing in the
> airframe and ran into this issue (see picture). The forward closure on
> the new motor sits higher then the old one, and if I simply extend the
> retaining bracket it will interfere with the avionics.
> 
> The easiest option would be to shorten the mid plate by a hole or two
> and move everything up, but I know that module is pretty packed. I
> could also use countersunk screws and/or thinner plate for the top
> most flat bar, which would help but wouldn't completely solve the
> problem.
> 
> Alternately, we could skip dealing with this and just design a motor
> bulkhead with the strain gauge that will properly fit. (hand waving
> here, this is more complicated then it sounds, but there have been a
> couple good ideas so far).
> 
> Thoughts?

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