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FMS P-51D Mustang V8 .... 4250 - 540KVA motor

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Old 05-26-2017, 03:31 PM
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Hi Guys,

I just bought this plane and built it.... Really nice and easy to build.

I went ahead and installed the receiver and plug her in. I tested everything and looked OK. Lined up all the surfaces and centered them. Finally I went ahead and calibrated the ESC. Everything was OK until I disconnected the ESC.

Once I plugged her back in the prop was not turning, more like puffing. I went ahead and changed the order of the motor cables, nope, that wasn´t it. Then I brought a brand new Hobbywing 80A ESC and changed it. Again, all it did was puffing. I took the motor off and tested it with other ESC, different sizes, changing the cable order .... NOTHING

I was able to video the start


Anyone have any ideas. I would hate to wait any longer to get a new motor!!!

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Old 05-26-2017, 04:03 PM
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Good luck getting a replacement
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Old 05-26-2017, 04:23 PM
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you kidding me.....

I just wrote the place I bought it from ... hopefullly I'll get an answer...

I've seen the motor in Motion RC, eBay, Amazon and Banana Hobby... they all have it IN STOCK
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