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J-C Fun-bat conversion

Old 03-30-2016, 05:02 PM
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I purchased an old JC Fun-bat several years ago at an RC auction. It was made to have a .15 glow engine on it. Unlike some of the current funbats that are foam board, this plane has a built up 37" wing with a 10" cord. It is a thick wing, about 1 3/4" thick. It has a carbon boom with the appropriate elevator and rudder tail feathers. I would like to convert it to an electric flyer. I have several 3s 2200 batteries that I would like to use. The plane should weigh in at about 32oz when completed. My question is this. I am fairly new to electric. I am wondering what motor prop combination would give this plane decent performance.Is there any information I could look up, or if someone has an idea about what to use for a motor prop combo, I would appreciate the input.
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