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    New O.S. F3A motor

    To be relesed at the end of february OMA 6030-220

    28 poles
    220 Kv
    Max. efficiency 85%
    675 grams (heavy side)
    Sugested price in Japan 57800 jens (about U$S 516)

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    Waiting to see japanese feedback about this.
    Ricardo Mendez Turell

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    About 100g too heavy. Can't see the logic on their price point. Looks like a Hacker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_G View Post
    About 100g too heavy. Can't see the logic on their price point. Looks like a Hacker.
    Is it going to be like a Hacker here in the USA; you cannot get it serviced or any parts?
    Zeeb

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    Unfortunately....if this motor needs service....it will likely have to be shipped to Japan....at least it CAN be repaired.
    I use OS and Futaba ESC's and they might be repairable but would also have to go to Japan.
    I had some crash damage on a Plettenberg motor and it had to go to Germany to be repaired.
    It is what it is these days.
    Forget Mixing Your Own Fuel....It's Easy But No Longer Needed!

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    A spare motor or ESC probably is a must to stay in this hobby.
    Where facts are few, experts are many.
    Perfection is God\'\'\'\'s business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonstoprc View Post
    A spare motor or ESC probably is a must to stay in this hobby.

    And a rtf back-up plane for contests... although in maybe 15 contests I have yet to use it.


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