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Old 11-12-2004, 11:50 AM
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Default SHOCK FLYER MOTOR AND Prop hot setup

Shock flyer recomendations:
I want to purchase a new Icurus Shock Flyer, Can anybody tell me the Model number of the AXI Brushless motor and Prop combo that is the hot setup....
Thanks, Dm-
Old 12-09-2004, 12:32 AM
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Default RE: SHOCK FLYER MOTOR AND Prop hot setup

2208/34 I think.
Old 12-10-2004, 11:03 AM
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Default RE: SHOCK FLYER MOTOR AND Prop hot setup

Delta Mike,
2208/34 with a GWS EP-0843 (8X4.3) is what I'm using on my Mini 3DX, which is similar to a Shock Flyer. Seems to work great. If using the Axi prop adapter, you will have to drill out the center of the GWS props so that they will fit. I have other props of various sizes and brands that I haven't tried yet.
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Default RE: SHOCK FLYER MOTOR AND Prop hot setup

Don't overlook the AXI 2204/54. I just put one together for indoor flying. It weighs 5oz ready to fly and is a blast outside too.
I like the 2S 340 for indoor, and the 3S 340 for outdoors. The 2204 is plenty of power. I use a SF 8 x 4.3. It draws around 5 amps which is below the rating of the motor, battery, and controller.
Do a search and check out how mnay flyers are using and raving about this setup_bob
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Default RE: SHOCK FLYER MOTOR AND Prop hot setup

Yes, 2204/54 look here.
http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_15...32/key_/tm.htm

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