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A4 - Interceptor 400 - How do you fit the lipo battery onto the tray correctly ?

Most people seem to assume that the lipos should lie down on the tray with the wider sides pointing up and down.

This is often the way to mount lipos on other helicopters, but the Interceptor 400 needs to have it mounted differently.  If you do lie it down like that, the lipo can be pushed back against the "rotating" outside of the motor, which could possibly lead to the lipo catching fire, something you definitely do NOT WANT TO SEE HAPPEN.

On the Interceptor, the tray has been designed to have the lipo mounted standing up on its narrow side.  This means that one of the frame strengtheners block the lipo from being moved back to far.

 

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