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Old 03-30-2007, 03:08 AM
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Sorry, I moved this to a more suitable forum
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Old 04-17-2007, 10:29 AM
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Some one please help. I have a motor related question that I cant seem to find an answer to. I have a 9.6v batt at 1800mAH, using a 30A ESC a speed 400 ferrite motor and a 9x6 prop. The plane that I am tring to fly weighs a whole 25.3oz with motor and battery. Can anyone tell me if this motor and setup will fly this plane as I cant seem to be able to figure it out for the life of me


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that seems ok it wont be a pylon racer but it will fly it. If your not happy with the performance get a LiPo Batt.
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