I am trying out my new HBK2 with the stock motor (370 I believe) and 1000/10C Esky lipo.
At the end of a session when I detect the battery getting weak, I shut down. Problem is the motor and
lipo are both pretty hot. The stock motor has a heat sink.
My question is has anyone else experienced this and is it normal? I know that if the motor pulls more amps
than the battery is rated for, the battery will heat up. It seems like the engineers who designed the HBK2 would
have taken that into account. Am I running too much pitch? At full down I'm -1, at mid-stick,+5, and up stick +7.
No adjustment to PZT.
Will switching to dean's connectors help, and how do you know what normal heat post flight is? Will a 20C battery
heat up less?
Thanks for all your help in advance,