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Old 05-05-2016, 12:47 AM
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Question Battery recommendation

Hi Everybody,

Building a Future shock for a friend and have the following to put in it but need a recommendation on a battery.

Emax GT3520/04


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Max Current <60S
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GT3520/04
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47A
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2300g 5.07lb
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1150
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14000
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80amp ESC

Keep looking at 4S 5000mah 50C battery but have a feeling this is overkill.

Help much appreicated

Future shock would way closer to 2 Kilos.

Peter
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Old 05-19-2016, 06:14 PM
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Is this the model?
Designed by Bill Evans, Future shock is the latest in the Simitar Series of tailless aircraft. It has a balsa-and-ply fuselage and a foam wing, and the plans show two versions- electric powered and glow-powered. Patterns for the foam wing's root and tip
Additional Information: are also included, and foam wings are available from Soaring Research. WS: 56.5 in.; L: 32 in.; power: .25 motor or .40 glow engine.
If so 3 or 4 S lipos at about 3000mah should be enough. (Assuming that the motor you selected is really appropriate!)
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