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Hi,

I pretty new to the airplane scene, been flyin' some Parkflyers (ABC, ABX, Stryker) but am more interested in setting up my own planes! I am currently working on a TA-152H WWII high Altitude interceptor, and was wondering what would be a good BL motor and prop to put on it?
I have a
HiMaxx 3510/1100 and a
Phoenix 45Amp ESC,
TP 2100 3cell 10-12c (21-25amp)cont. w 16c (33a)burst.

The TA has a WS of 48.4"
Fuse length of 35.4"
Wing area of 553 SQ"
All up weight of 2.2 lb APPX

Originally built for a 2C .25ci Nitro engine
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