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Seagull Decathlon (Deluxe series) too Brushless

Old 03-18-2005, 11:15 AM
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Default Seagull Decathlon (Deluxe series) too Brushless

Hi, I am planning too buy a Seagull Decathlon and put a AXI brushless engine on it. What engine, controller and lipo do I need?

Wingspan - 67.7 inc (172cm)
Wing area - sq.778 ins (5022 sq.cm)
Suits - 40-46 2-stroke/ 52 4-Stroke, 4 ch. R/C
Factory covered with Profilm
Channels- 4/5 Servos - 6
Aprox flying weight - 6.4-7.4 lb (2.9-3.2 kg)

Here is a review of the plane:

http://www.rcuniverse.com/magazine/a...article_id=415
Old 03-18-2005, 01:38 PM
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Default RE: Seagull Decathlon (Deluxe series) too Brushless

safe side as it is advertised for 7 to 8 lbs : 4130/16 6S2P 2200 and a 15*10 A prop with a jeti 77A or hacker 48A.
It could certaibnly fly with 5S, however...

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