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What plane can use this stuff?

Old 05-05-2007, 10:15 AM
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Default What plane can use this stuff?

Hi Sal. I have some extra parts laying around and was wondering if there are any planes that they would be good for. I have an EPS-300C motor, 10 amp speed control, 3 micro servos, 4 channel receiver, and a 600 mAh NiCd. I would really like to get a kit (such as the tutor) but I'll take a look at anything. Thanks for the help.

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Old 05-07-2007, 02:41 PM
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Old 05-15-2007, 10:23 PM
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Hey sal i see ur on now, think u can gimme some advice? thanks
Old 05-15-2007, 10:27 PM
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Default RE: What plane can use this stuff?

Sure but fist I have to know...what is an EPS-300 motor? (too many Chinese motors to keep up!)Please give me specs or a place to go to find them.
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It's the GWS EPS-300C motor that comes stock on a GWS Slowstick. Specs-

VOLTS - 7.2
AMPS - 7.8
THRUST (g) - 288
POWER (w) - 56.16
EFFICIENCY (g/w) - 5.13

(the specs listed are with a 1080 prop and 7.2v battery)
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Default RE: What plane can use this stuff?

ok, i KNOW it said specifically NOT TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ASKED TO SAL!

but apparentally. he doesnt wanna answer.

you could just look around tower hobbies for a nice kit.

and all that equipment would be much better with a lipo battery,
trust me, its worth looking into
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I am going to get a LiPo but what kit would be good?
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Default RE: What plane can use this stuff?

hmmm...well it depends. you lookin for 3d, sprt, or scale?

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