Note: This is only the mounting brackets for the 2x 5208 Motors, Pitch and Roll. See the rest for the instructions if you buy the whole Kit (see my shop). This set will just allow you to mount the two motors to the frame but wont stop the outrunning section from spinning. The locking frame is part of the other kit.
1. Aside from this kit you will need an assortment of M3 (different lengths) Stainless Allen Key bolts and nuts. 2. 2x Brushless motors from www.funtobuyonline.com link is: http://www.funtobuyonline.com/brushless-motors/ipower-gimbal-brushless-motor-gbm5208-150.html These are rated to 2000g payload (although they recently changed there description to 1500g for what reason I don't know). I am confident with a very well balanced gimbal it can take more. 3. 1 or 2 Martinez boards or Any other board you like as this kit does not come with housing for it (cheaper). See here: http://www.unmannedtechshop.co.uk/2-axis-brushless-gimbal-controller.html Reason why up to two is that with one you get excellent stability but if you want to input an RC signal to the pitch control and point the camera 90 degrees down you will need another board with another gyro mounted soley on the roll axis. 4. Naturally a 2 or 3 Axis FreeFly System Gimbal (will not fit anything else.) 5. Some slight DIY skills, although you will not need to cut, break or drill your gimbal frame to fit this kit. Worst case if you need to go back to the Servos or previous setup you can. 6. Be prepared that when a 3D print is made sometimes the holes and fits maybe a little tight or loose. This just means you may need to rub/sand or drill some parts to make them fit snuggly :)