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Old 12-06-2004, 01:19 PM
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Default H9 Funtana 90 conversion

Does anyone have a good baseline for setting the Funtana up for electric?? Looking for motor, battery and prop selection....

Any help is greatly appreciated!!!
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Old 12-06-2004, 01:58 PM
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Default RE: H9 Funtana 90 conversion

You need to do a search here on RCU. That subject has been discussed to some extent already
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Old 12-06-2004, 02:46 PM
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Default RE: H9 Funtana 90 conversion

The baseline would be to use a power system that provided 100w/lb minimum and was closer to 150w/lb.

This being set as the baseline gives you many power systems to choose from.
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Default RE: H9 Funtana 90 conversion

the best help is probably the search engine.

I like light setups, I would use a Hacker C50L 6,7:1 20-22" prop 6s3p TP6000, fairly small servos UBEC of some kind, and ofcause GF spinner. I have seen other do this plane all the way up to a C50XL 10s4p, but that is too heavy in my mind. search this and the other forum and you will find lot´s of good info.
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