|09-01-2011, 02:03 PM||#1|
I am: AR
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370 BL...what else?!
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I got a parkzone Super Decathlon, I've done some gravity test and some maybe the plane can do this..... with it, I Now 'm looking for a new airframe for the BL and receiver, all I see is 250 or 480 BL.......anyone had an idea where i can put this motor? 4 channel is possible,
|09-06-2011, 12:14 PM||#2|
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I am: Philip A
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Re: 370 BL...what else?!
The PZ Decathlon uses geared/brushed '370 class' motor and a proprietary radio system. These are very cheap components and quite honestly I would not try to transplant them into a nicer plane. I suggest you enjoy the plane you have.
If you really want another plane, I would suggest building an inexpensive foam airplane like the Blu-Baby (do a search with Google to find plans). There is a 42", 4 channel version with a KFM3 wing and may suit the components you have. If you've never built a plane before, this is about the simplest one you can start with.
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