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Old 02-08-2010, 10:04 PM   #11
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Now this is getting awat from where I want to go. Sometimes you are not sure which thread to place a post in. The motor I am trying to find is for a heli. I looked at AXI and see nothing I really thought appropriate. I know I could haveput this in Rotary flight but it really is more of a general Electrical flight question. Ok TRex lists a motor for a 600 trex at 2000 watts . I have a heli a little smaller than this, infact I have two of them ONE I bought RTF it has a Factory motor and if I do the math it only puts out 1200 watts . Another site HK has a 500 size motor this is the motor I was enquiring about it puts out 1500w or 1800w depending which of the two you purchase. My Heli is just a bit larger than the TRex 500. I was trying to see if this motor was adequate before I bought it. I have bought it now and will be able to find out first hand.Need To do the math to get right gear for motor. as head speed is recommended to be 1600 to 2100 rpm. I see someone is selling one of the helis like mine in the Heli for sale . The Century Swift It really is a nice kit and a great build
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Old 02-09-2010, 12:34 PM   #12
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Now this is getting awat from where I want to go. Sometimes you are not sure which thread to place a post in. The motor I am trying to find is for a heli.
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