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  1. #1
    ama353's Avatar
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    Sep 2002
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    SuperTigre Brushless Motors & ESC vs. ElectriFly

    I'm shopping for a brushless motor & ESC for an ElectriFly airplane. The recommended ElectriFly 400 outrunner and 25A ESC total $90 at Tower Hobbies, while a SuperTigre 400 brushless and 30A ESC total $55. If performance and reliability are comparable, the choice is a no-brainer.

    Anyone with experience with the SuperTigre products care to comment? Thanks in advance!

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    RE: SuperTigre Brushless Motors & ESC vs. ElectriFly

    You may wish tospec-out a motor on this site before spending your $$$$.
    You can order it from their Ebay store.
    I got a motor for my PZ Corsair/Bf109 in 11 days from HK, and the shipping was free too.

    I'd like to invite you to view my ElectriFly Fokker D.VII page using the link below.
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    RE: SuperTigre Brushless Motors & ESC vs. ElectriFly

    Some of my RTF have had supertigre motors and escs. They seem to do fine by me.
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