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Old 03-24-2010, 04:40 PM
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Default SebArt Angel S 30e vs Sequence...

So what do you-ll thing, which one?
Old 03-30-2010, 10:17 PM
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Default RE: SebArt Angel S 30e vs Sequence...

Gregg,

There's an interesting review on the Sequence here on RCU with varios comments from people who have flown it. It is apparently a very good flier.

On another note, I sent you a PM regarding your Cosmos 20. Drop me a line with your thoughts.

Thanks, David.
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Default RE: SebArt Angel S 30e vs Sequence...

I had the Angel 30 and it was by far and away the best constructed ARF i have built.

It flew very nicely but i would definitely go with a 4S power setup rather than the recommended setup.

The sequence looks nice. I would get one but they have not been imported into Australia yet.
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Default RE: SebArt Angel S 30e vs Sequence...

CustomPC...what its your setup for your angel 30?(MOTOR,CONTROLLER,BATTERY,SERVO,AND SIZE OF PROPELLER)...Cos i'm also interested with this little bird...
Old 04-05-2010, 10:38 PM
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Default RE: SebArt Angel S 30e vs Sequence...

I no longer have the Angel 30. I've upsized to a 50E class.

I was running the recommended Hacker setup. It had enough power but I always felt it would be better with 10-15% more.

Flight time was limited to 6:00 minutes with a 2250mAh pack or 6:30 with a 2500mAh pack.

A 4S setup would be much more efficient and provide more power.

I needed to add 40gm of lead to the nose for CofG so i a slightly heavier motor would not be a problem.
Old 04-05-2010, 11:28 PM
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Default RE: SebArt Angel S 30e vs Sequence...

Thanks for reply....i also have a wind s110,with recommended hacker setup,but with 10s pack..

Reason i like this 30 size,cos i can bring this bird while i get scheduled flight every 2 week in the middle of borneo island...
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Default RE: SebArt Angel S 30e vs Sequence...

I just remember some more details.

I was using Ino-Lab 202MG servos on all control surfaces. These were great servos. Very accurate and centered well, but a little noisy. I'm now trying the Align DS410 micro servos. These are made for Align by Savox and on the bench they are very good. They center well and are quiet. I have not flown with them yet so will reserve full judgement until then.

With the recommended setup i started with the suggested 14x7 prop but it drew too much current and had short flight times (4:30). I ended up settling on a 13x8 which extended the flight time but was not as good flight performance.
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Default RE: SebArt Angel S 30e vs Sequence...

thank you for your info boss.....

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