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    Huge electric motors (50-80cc and 100cc equivalent)

    Did anyone see these huge brushless motors:

    - 50-80cc equivalent: http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store...dProduct=14426
    - 100cc equivalent: http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store...dProduct=14427

    If you have a big airplane and want to replace your engine, then one of these must work for you! According to information I found on the forums, there will also be some huge esc's soon (240A???).

    Also nice for your electric bike and go-karts conversions!

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    RE: Huge electric motors (50-80cc and 100cc equivalent)

    This forum is:
    Electrics to Glow Conversions ,not the other way around[sm=spinnyeyes.gif]

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    RE: Huge electric motors (50-80cc and 100cc equivalent)

    Maybe I can change your mind?

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    RE: Huge electric motors (50-80cc and 100cc equivalent)

    I use both but prefer "liquid power"[sm=wink_smile.gif]

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    RE: Huge electric motors (50-80cc and 100cc equivalent)

    yeah I have one with a 5000 6S and a 150ESc it a size 60 scale plane and it has lot of power 47 thunderbolt composit body sweet


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