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    Electric Power suggestion for 22% Yak

    Thinking about a Hacker A50-14L on 8S w/ 18x10 prop.

    Any other suggestions? I know that's a common 3D setup, but I fly more IMAC/Pattern than 3D.

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    RE: Electric Power suggestion for 22% Yak


    ORIGINAL: gaRCfield

    Thinking about a Hacker A50-14L on 8S w/ 18x10 prop.

    Any other suggestions? I know that's a common 3D setup, but I fly more IMAC/Pattern than 3D.

    Thanks.
    Hi Joe... You may get more response re electrics in IMAC if you ask the question here:
    http://www.mini-iac.com/Forums/tabid...c/Default.aspx

    You do not need to be a member to access the forum. To post in there you will have to register on the website, but you do not need to join IMAC as a member.
    Hope you get some help there.
    Wayne

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    RE: Electric Power suggestion for 22% Yak

    I would tend to think that just about any of the new 30cc airplanes outfitted with a typical F3A setup would work well. Look at a Himax 6330/200 or 6330/210 motor 10S 5000 mah batteries and a CC 85HV. It's the setup I have in my 2M Laser and at 11 lbs has good power. For 3D you may want to stay closer to 10 lbs or you may find yourself going to a 12S battery.
    Of course it's true, I read it on the Internet.


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