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Old 10-07-2005, 11:07 PM
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Default RE: Transall C-160

This is what Castle Creations sent:

Sounds like a good project. Go with 3s lipo, total as many p as it takes
to get about 7000-8000 mah total. Have one large pack or several in
parallel with a Y harness going to the controllers. Use a Y harness to
each controller off of you receiver throttle channel. Set the the
controllers to Cut of Type = 'Soft Cut Off', Throttle Type = 'Fixed' as
Soft Start = 'Softest'. Phoenix 35s would good in this application.
Don't be afraid to go up in ESC capacity but don't go down.

If you have any other questions don't hesitate to ask.

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Cordially,
Bernie Wolfard AMA# 7712
Product Support Specialist
Castle Creations
402 E Pendleton
Wellsville, KS 66092
785-883-4519, Ext 123
berniew@castlecreations.com



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> Subject:
> Conversion
> From:
> Lawrence Paiva <paiv@wizard.com>
> Date:
> Fri, 22 Jul 2005 12:21:05 -0700
> To:
> support@castlecreations.com
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> To:
> support@castlecreations.com
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> I am presently in the process of converting an Transall C-160 Model
> from glow to electric.
> Wingspan: 73.3 in. Wing Area: 605 sq. in. Flying weight:
> 6.4 lbs Engines: 2ea. .25 cu in.
>
> Planing to use: AXI 2814/10 Brushless motor (2 ea.) Prop: 9-6 to 10-6
> 3 s 2 p Lipoly..X 2 per motor 11.1v 4000
> ma or Should it be 4 s 2p 14.8 4000 ma.
> Brushless Contorller: Phoenix - 35 X 2
>
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