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Goldberg Tiger 60 from Glow to electric

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Old 03-28-2015, 08:22 AM
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Has anyone converted the Goldberg Tiger 60 to electric? My O.S. 61 has just about had it. If you have please give me all the details.
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Old 05-30-2015, 01:29 PM
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How did your converstion go?
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I converted a tiger 60 to electric 50 with a 60 amp esc a 6 cell 5000map battery and a 14x7e prop. it flew better than with glow. mine was converted to a tail dragger.
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What motor did you use on that electric conversion? With the 6 cell 5000 ma battery how long a flight did you get? I am thinking of doing that with a Sig Kadet Senior.
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I sed a eflite 50 size. also sed the same set p in a sig cadet sport and it worked great. I get 8-10 min. time and end p with 45 + % left.
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