if you mean this motor, PRODUCT ID: D2822-141450 NO it wont work, You can modify the motor to mount behind a firewall, by changing the shaft or pushing it through so it sticks out the other side. Make a new flat spot on the shaft near the end for the set screw.
Just got this... Realized there are 3 screws for the nose, 4 screws for the motor and 0 screws to mount this onto my plane... This is my first plane and I'm not sure if that's normal but I'm at a loss I have no spare screws that fit nicely... I'm absolutely stunned there isn't the full set of screws I need between this and the motor I bought...
It is perfectly normal that mounting screws don't come with an X mount motor. Also if your serious about the RC hobby, you need to get a set of metric and English Allen wrenches or driver bits, and get it over with. If by chance you are making an FT plane and you bought the hxt900 servos, you can use your unused servo mounting screws, to mount your motor to the firewall. Have Fun Flying.
Arrived nice. should have been included in with the motor. Anyway, can't complain now.
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Overall very nicely machined. However, the cross is a bit weak, compared to other sources - it bends at the inner holes quite easily. This is almost not noticeable when actually attached to the motor, but still it's a bit weaker than others.
The propeller mount fit is sometimes very snug, so you have to use the screws to actually drive it onto the motor (by hand it wont go on)