I really don't like working with the small 1806 and 2206 motors because they can be difficult to mount. So I start thinking about a flite test power pod to make accessing the screws on the back of the motor more accessible. This is what I came up with for my new motor glider. Its just a round piece of brass drilled to accept the motor with a tab soldered on the back (Weller soldering gun, silver solder). The tab goes through the firewall and will be screwed with one screw to a block of wood inside the fuse (still working on that). Remove the screw and the "pod" comes out. It would be great if someone would start printing these.