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Need advice to swap Jeti/ motor in new plane

Old 02-20-2005, 09:44 PM
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Default Need advice to swap Jeti/ motor in new plane

Hello all,

I was given an Alfa models P-47 chowhound, jeti 18 amp speed contoller and a MP Jet AC 28/7-35D Outrunner Brushless Motor for Christmas. Basically I have everything you see here on the hobby-lobby site for the p-47.


I set it up on my Futaba 7 CAP radio and even bought a triton charger for the TWO Lipo Paks I bought for the plane. After a lot of headaches and crashes with the plane I am not into the foamie warbird anymore. Its not that I can't fly, since I fly a 3D profile plane, a Texan, Cub, and I had a flying lawnmower for a bit that was a BEAST to fly. I just had some technical glitches and oddities that made me give up on the paper thin walls of the warbird. I always felt like I was going to break it putting it in the truck

I would like suggestions on what other plane my current combination will be able to be installed in. I have been to the Hobby-lobby site but few selections match my components. I ilke the new GP Yak 55 EP foam plane, but I am unsure if my motor will adapt to it. I belive my speed contoller and 3 cell 1320MAH batteries are OK.

I just want something that will be fun to fly, slow enough to fly it at parks and baseball fields and I figure with my Lipos I should get long run times. I don't care if its a J-3 Cub. I am just getting dead ends when I try to find something that my $69 Jet Motor will drop in.



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