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Old 11-27-2012, 08:11 PM
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Default Comp Arf 2.1 Extra Electric Setup

Hi Guys: I am putting together a 2.1 Comp Arf Extra 300 with a pletty Intimidator for IMAC competition in 2012. I ordered comp arf's electric kit for it but it was designed around the pletty evo which is a lot smaller than the intimidator. I am hoping that someone on this forum has already used this combo and can help me out with fitting this motor and 10S 10 amp batteries.
Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.

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Old 12-05-2012, 04:17 PM
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Sounds like a 12s set-up to me Bill.

My Yak is about the same size and about 16.50 lbs....and it's 12s

200kv motor about 3850 - 4000watts

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Thanks for getting back to me Flyer:

This motor at 220 KV is actually made for 10S but will also take 12S I am going to try it first with 10S 2P for 10,000 MA with a 25x12.5 prop. If this will work it will be great as I have plenty of 10S 5000 packs for my pattern ships. Any way if it doesn't work I can always go to 12S but that was not what I was wanting to know with my question. The electric kit I received from Comp Arf consists of a bunch of bulkheads that were made for the geared Hacker or one of the older Plettys and it just won't work with the Pletty Intimidator that I bought for it. I wasn't getting any answers so I went ahead and made my own bulkheads and got it mounted but it wasn't easy. Comp Arf is calling for 3 deg right and 1/2 deg up but both the firewall and front of the cowl are at 0 deg. I made a round mount for the back of the motor and screwed it to the bulkhead with 3 screws and blind nuts, this way I can fine tune it with washers if needed.

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