Started off with a square piece i hacked off of here.Then drilled two hole through it and the center brace. Mounted with two screws, sorry no picts on that one. Made it the same size as the bottom of the camera mount.Now to test it out tomorrow. Local RC race at one of the hobby shops might be ideal footage for its madien run.
Stay tuned posting video after some bash runs.
Fliped it a few times, i don't do video editing so you'll have to speed it up in a few spots. Video will be up real quick.
Running the 25/46 setup on this one. I don't flip either of the XO-1's but felt it was needed for a good test against the camera. Would rather sacrifice a new painted body than not know for sure. Tomorrow im going to put a similar mount in the other one for high speed runs. New body's on the way for next week. Will be putting a buffer between the camera and the roof to keep it from getting road rash again or forcing holes in the new body if it ever gets upside down again, which has only happened once when i was learning how to drive the other one.
Heres the other one. Had to grind the sides a little so the 8400's could be removed. Mounted tray for camera mount.