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Old 04-14-2005, 03:57 PM
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model axi motor for this plane? Thanzs!
Old 04-14-2005, 05:26 PM
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Default RE: axi for gws zero????

How about a 2212/26 or a 2212/34? To mount either of these to the GWS stick mount, Top Creations R/C has a bracket that attaches to the motor.
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What does the GWS Zero weigh?
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Default RE: axi for gws zero????

The bigger the better..... as long as you can still balance out your plane. I put the 2080/20 on my 2 Lb slow stick and its nice. You can never have too much power.... but your flight time goes down. Im geting about 15 min on a full pullon my 3s 2200.
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The bigger the better..... as long as you can still balance out your plane. I put the 2808/20 on my 2 Lb slow stick and its nice. You can never have too much power.... but your flight time goes down. Im geting about 15 min on a full pullon my 3s 2200.

I would get the 2212 20 or 26 turn depending on what prop you want to use.

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Ohyah... I also have carbon fiber wing and tail stableizers and a wood dowell through the 29" aluminum shaft. incase you were wondering how a SS can handle the Gs....
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I think the axi 2212/26 is perfect for GWS warbirds, but the Zero tends to be tail-heavy & could use the extra weight of the axi 2808 series up front.
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Very thanzs!
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I'm using a 2208/34 with an APC 8-6SF prop TP 1320 11.1v and it is a fantastic combination. Much faster and smoother than the first one I had with the stock drive.
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I have the AXi 2208/34 on a GWS Beaver.Can never have enough Beaver.
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ORIGINAL: GWR

I have the AXi 2208/34 on a GWS Beaver.Can never have enough Beaver.
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