RCM Crusader 2 electric conversion
I have been building a Crusader 2 short kit from laser design services and I am now ready to think about powering. I have come to the conclusion that going electric will be the best way to go. The problem is that it is a pusher with twin vertical stabilizers so I can go no bigger than an 11 inch prop(I have to clip 1/4 inch off the prop).
I do not know much about electric motor power so bear with me. The only the motor that I have found that would seem to supply enough power and be able to spin a small diameter prop is the Great Planes Rimfire .46.
My question is, will this motor perform as advertised and swing a 10 or 11 inch diameter prop and deliver the performance of a .46 glow? Also how many cell battery do I need to use for this application?
I will upload a picture of it later, this computer is not allowing me to do this for some reason.