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Old 11-08-2003, 05:51 PM
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Default electric PBF

i curently have a nitro PBF with a GP .42 engine that died. I would like to convert it to an electric.

What motor and ESC should i use??
Old 11-09-2003, 08:59 PM
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ok here we go.
i have gone threw 7 or 8 different sizes and material but the best is fan fold foam and same size as the gass one (24x24)
a gws 350 with d gearing. a gws 12x6 prop
15 esc.
2 cell lipo or 8 or 9 cell aaa nimd
little recever.
i may be able to kit some for like 6 bucks. but only if i get enuf intrest.

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Old 11-16-2003, 10:44 PM
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Default RE: electric PBF

Have built many out of blue fanfold, depron, pealed foam board, etc. A GWS IPS motor and two or three lipoly's along with a piece of foam about 16" or 18" seems to be a good size. Building them with a airplane profile body works well as well. Add a rudder if you want to do any hovering.

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