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    reg seyup please help

    I am building a 35% yak and I have most of my equiptment. I plan on using 2 rec's with 2- 7.4v 4400 m/a li-ion batts for redundency. I plan on splitting the load between the 2 rec's as follos; rec 1 has 1- 5925 servo)throttle), 2 - 5955 servos (left ail)and 1 - 8711 servo(left elev). The other rec has 4 - 5955 (rt ail and rudder)servos and 1 - 8711 servo(rt elev). The aileron servos will be programmed for center woth the hitec programmer. I also have a 7.4v 2200 li-ion bat for the igniton for a da100. Will your standard regs w/ failsafe provide enough amperage for each receiver, based on my setup? Also, which reg for the ignition?

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    RE: reg seyup please help

    Hi SJS,
    The Standard Adj Regulators will work just fine in this application. We have flown 35% planes on a single regulator. The Ignition Reg should work for your ignition.
    Please let me know if you have any other questions.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
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    RE: reg seyup please help

    SJS, That sounds like a good set-up your planning. All you need now is a power expander. After you first use one, you will never fly a 30% or larger without one!! Good luck. Hooker53
    Scratch it till it bleeds Convert it till it chokes


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