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Old 02-04-2003, 12:59 AM
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I'm new to all this and want to know what happens motor wise with the amps, watts, thrust, etc. when different gearings, number of cells, and props are applied. Nothing to specific, just general stuff, like if I take the same speed280 as props increases then...
Old 02-04-2003, 01:54 AM
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Yep, all that will have a different effect, in a general sense.
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Thnaks, got that far on my own.
Old 02-04-2003, 02:36 AM
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That was just a test to see if you were alert! Looks like you want more info. What you have asked is not specific enough to home in on a qualified answer. I suggest that if you are interested in electrics that you go to: www.ezonemag.com and in the left hand column click on "FAQ". That should get you started as to much of what you need to know. After you have gleaned info from the FAQ then join the discussion group and study some of the threads on power systems and anything else that gets your interest. There is lots of information needed for electric flying as it is not as straight forward as "wet" flying. Lots and lots and lots of variables that figure into getting the desired results.
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Thanks, for the info.

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