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Old 10-25-2016, 04:35 PM
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I was thinking about ordering this setup from http://graysonhobby.com/

http://graysonhobby.com/tomcat-g46-b...r-46-size.html
http://graysonhobby.com/tomcat-g46-b...r-46-size.html
http://graysonhobby.com/wild-scorpio...ymer-pack.html

My questions. anyone ever order from grayson
I am powering a GP sportster 40 would the 4 cell work or do I need to go with a 5 cell
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Old 10-30-2016, 08:30 AM
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I have a handful of orders from them. All have shown up and in good shape.

I have never used that motor, seems like a pretty standard motor. If a 12x8 on 4s is not enough, try a 3 blade prop?


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Old 10-31-2016, 05:36 AM
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Should work I hope. So many choices when you do research on the net it gets overwhelming. This is my first electric Plane, kit was built with modifications to reduce weight. it was started years ago when brushless motors and lipos were not readily available .Kit was originally modified for a brushed motor with gear reduction. So I dug it out blew the dust off and I am near completion.
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