Products in this manual are subject to change without notice
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A – Nylon Spacers
B – Nylon Nuts
C – 3/8” 6/32 Nylon Bolt
D – ¾” 8/32” SS Bolts
E – Leg Carriers (2)
F – Camera Mount Tabs (2)
G – 1” Nylon Bolts
H – Legs (4)
I – Frame Mounting Tab (2)
J – Camera Frame (2)
K – Camera Mount Plate (1)
L – Camera plate holder(1)
M – 2” Fiberglass Shafts w/
Inserts (6)
N – Camera Plate Mount Tabs (2)
O – Camera Pivot Point Tab (2)
P – Servo Mount Tabs (2)
Q – Frame Mounting Washers (2)
R – Landing Skids (2)
S – Rubber Grommets
T – Camera Mount Side Plate (2)
U – Camara Carrier Tubes (2)
V – 1.5” camera plate bolts (2)
Not Pictured – Ball linkage and Ball
Bagged Hardware List
Package Contents
******G10 Warning – Please wear a dust mask when filing G10 glass material*******
1. All kits usually require a small amount of fit filing some may need a small amount drilling.
We recommend using an xacto knife verses filing
2. All kits are Hobby Grade – Meaning that they are not designed to snap together. You will
need to modify them slightly to get a perfect fit.
3. All packages subject to change or revisions
4. XT hardware list is slightly different but assembly is the same
20 - 6-32 black nylon 1“
22 - 6-32 black nylon nuts
24 - Push in Grommets
12 - Aluminum inserts
6 - 2" Carbon/Fiberglass Tubes
2 – 8.5" Carbon/Fiberglass Tubes
2 – 6" Carbon/Fiberglass Tubes
8 – 6-32 black nylon 3/8"
12 - 8-32 Button Head Screws
12 - Nylon Spacers 1/2"
2 - Nylon Spacers 5/8“
12 – SS 8/32” bolts
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Step 1:
Mix epoxy (not included)
Step 2: Add epoxy to shaft insert. Push into Fiberglass
shaft with a turning motion to distribute the epoxy
around the insert. Do this for each insert
Let dry (See Epoxy Instructions)
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 3:
Insert Rubber Grommet into leg assembly – Do this for
each of the 4 legs
Completed Leg Set with grommets attached
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 4:
Insert Rubber Grommets into Camera Mount Tabs
Step 5:
Slide 2 completely dry 2” shafts into rubber grommets
of one camera tab.
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 6:
Slide the second camera mount tab onto the 2 shafts.
Step 7:
Insert 8 – 8/32” X3/4” bolts into the leg carrier. The
leg carrier should be on the outside of the legs when
mounted. Note the picture below
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 8:
Thread the other two 2” fiberglass shafts into the
aluminum insert. Be careful not to cross the threads.
No Locktight is needed in this area. Snug the bolt but
do not over tighten. Do this for both sides as seen
below. If the insert starts to turn your epoxy is not dry
(See epoxy instructions)
Step 9:
Attach other set of legs and leg carrier. Make sure leg
carrier is on the outside of the legs
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 10:
Install 1” 6-32 Nylon Bolt with 5/8” spacer between
camera mount tabs.
Step 11: Install ball link ball into camera mount tab ear
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 10:
Slide Landing skids into leg grommets. Attach one
grommet to each end of the skid to balance the legs
front and back
Step 11: Attach camera mounting tabs/fiberglass
shafts to center of frame. (Snug bolts but not over tight)
We recommend not using lock tight on these parts –
Visually inspect before each flight
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 12: (XT)
Insert grommets into the mounting holes (Top plate
grommets can be arranged for specific camera tripod
holes)
Step 13 : (XT)
Assemble camera mount plate using 1.5” SS screws –
Trim as needed after assembly and insert 2 – 7.5”
fiberglass shafts
NAZA XT
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Step 12a: (XT)
Insert Grommets into large holes on camera mounting
tabs
Step 13a : (XT)
Slide mounting tabs onto the 2 – 7.5” Fiberglass shafts
NAZA XT
Make sure to make you pivot point the same on both
pieces. The servo horn center (where it attaches to the
servo and the pivot on the other side need to be the
same)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 14: Insert Servo Mount tabs into camera frame.
(trim as needed for a perfect fit)
Step 15: Insert Camera Pivot into tab slot (Due to
material thickness variation some slots may need a
small amount of xacto work)
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32”
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 16: (ST) Add opposite side of camera arm. Insert
½” nylon spacers in the 3 holes noted below. Add
6/32” Nylon bolts and nuts all locations except roll
pivot point. Install servo onto mounting tabs and
tighten nylon nuts
Step 16A (XT) The spacing is a little different on the XT
– Hole spacing is slightly different
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 17: Tilt Servo Linkage. I prefer to mount my servo
horn on the inside of the camera mount tab. This way
only one screw is needed to hold it in place.
Step 18: Camera Pivot hole should be the same as the
servo center hole (this is where you add the screw to
hold the horn to the servo.) I have found if you drill
this hole tight enough there is no play in the mounting
hole and no need for a nut on the back side.
We recommend Analog servos to avoid servo twitch on
direct drive. Digital servos can twitch slightly during
operation. We have tested several servos and find the
Hitec HS 65MG to be one of our favorite
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
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Step 19: Install Roll servo and attach linkage
Roll servo linkage (provided in newer kits)
You may need to try different servo horns to find the
right one that gives you the most roll. (Make sure
linkages are tight and have no movement. Most servo
problems comes from unsecure and loose
connections.)
Leg and Leg carrier holes should be drilled out to
.165” Please use 11/64” drill bit for the leg carriers –
All other holes should be drilled to 5/32” (New sets
are predrilled)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Step 20:
Mounting plates can be mounted either direction for
the F450 (center set of holes) – The picture to the left
shows a typical 450/550 setup with the retainer clip on
the top of the mount.
Step 21
Attach to the Quad of your choice (Flamewheel 450 –
Flamewheel 550 – VC450 or VC550 frames)
Note – Nuts shown on the image to the right are for
picture purpose – Mount directly to the power distro
plate with “C” washer on the topside of the plate.
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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Final NAZA Flame Gear XT Mount installed on F450
(GoPro and 450 not included)
Final NAZA Flame Gear XT Mount installed on F450
(GoPro and 450 not included)
All Nylon Bolts should be clipped close to the nut
and secured with a dab of hot glue
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