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Dusting off my rotor blades.

Old 08-08-2005, 06:33 PM
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Ok, so I decided a few months ago that I would put my corona aside for a little while due to constant breaking/lack of funds. I disasembled the heli and cleaned it fairly well. I have mastered all the basic skills such as hovering, persion landings, foward flight, long flights, flying in wind, and high flying. Since I plan on being able to pick these skills back up easily I dont want to play around with my motor setup anymore. I have had many many problems with my brushed motor setup. The motor brushes were constantly burning out and it was just a hasle. So I have decided to go brushless. What do you think is the best brushless setup? Currently I have a 3300 mAH 9.6 v battery (with plans to upgrade to li-po). The pack is around 3-5 months old and has seen many charges. So what setup do you think i should get?
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Default RE: Dusting off my rotor blades.

I like the Mega 16/15/3.

You can use with NiMh or Lipo.


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