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Old 08-11-2016, 01:00 PM
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Hi, I'm new to electric flight. I have acquired an unassembled Multiplex Easy Glider Pro (1800mm wing span) and a Torque 2818/900 motor. I would very much appreciate recommendations for an esc, battery, and folding prop for this setup. Results of my searches have been incomplete. Thank you.
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Hi;

This is from there web site on the motor: http://extremeflightrc.com/Extreme-F...r-_p_1753.html.

Torque 2818T/900 Motor

This is the motor we designed the 45 Extra around. Perfect for 25-35 ounce aerobatic aircraft and even larger sport flyers. Good for 350 to 450w with the proper ESC and cooling.
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Weight: 104 g
KV: 900
Max Current: 45 amp: They suggest a 45 amp ESC. But If it was me, I would go with a 50amp ESC instead.
Prop shaft: 5 mm
Recommended prop: 12 x 6 on 3S - electric props only: If it was me, a folding prop and a probably a 2200 3S 30 or 40C lipo battery.
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Thank you Aquila for the help. I hope to have the plane in the air soon.
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Your Welcome.
Me to, trying to finish up a Sig Riser 100 with a E-motor in it.
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