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Zeppelin
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June 5, 2012 - 2:46 pm
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Hello i just ordered an s107g and bought this battery, http://www.amazon.com/gp/produ.....B003H26NZO. Ive been looking at this site and tried searching, but has anyone tried to use it or know if it works?

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June 20, 2012 - 2:27 pm
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Well after some tinkering and thought out plans after searching all over the place, ive started the mods on my s107g. First i removed the front weight, landing skids, and rear tail wing, and oriented the battery vertical for better balance. Next i lightened the upper and lower frames as much as i dared, by putting them together and grinding with a dremel at the same time so they are the same on both sides. I also ground the balance weights down, to just about to the tiny bumps that hold them in. (mount them and get a hand file to get it balanced)  Then i soldered in a plug just like the stock one on the power wires and can switch in fresh batteries. And put plastic "nuts" on the canopy screws and drilled out the holes just a bit and its easy on and off.

I also modded my controller by stretching the throttle spring so it has no pressure at all at 0 throttle, it can move almost 1/8 an inch before moving back. I also added tape, "washers" so no sticky is exposed, to the blue buttons and battery case to stop rattling.

Here is the frame all back together again.

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June 20, 2012 - 3:14 pm
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Well done Zeppelin. You might have seen some mods Raptor does, if not check out one of his topics here

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