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Old 09-10-2018, 02:31 PM
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I have a vintage Jemco P-47 that used to be glow. I am thinking of trying electric for the first time. Can anyone tell me what all exactly I will need to do this conversion? It is a 54" wingspan, .40-.60 size glow engine with retracts.

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Get yourself "Eflite46" motor or similar, 80-100Amp/ESC and couple of 5 or 6S/4000/50C+mA batt, subj. to what size prop you like to spin, you'll be laughing!
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Get yourself "Eflite46" motor or similar, 80-100Amp/ESC and couple of 5 or 6S/4000/50C+mA batt, subj. to what size prop you like to spin, you'll be laughing!
Sounds good. I will probably give that a try. Laughing???
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