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Old 08-30-2004, 10:33 AM   #41
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you can pull like 7 amps continuous on a 340 pack if I did the calculation right... (20c x .34= 6.
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Old 08-30-2004, 11:34 AM   #42
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you can pull like 7 amps continuous on a 340 pack if I did the calculation right... (20c x .34= 6.
Yes 6.8 is right if their 20C claim is accurate, if say its actually 14C then you are looking at 4.7 amps......just because they claim it doesnt mean its true, but its not 9 amps continuous like someone said. That is just going to shorten the life of your pack. 3S on a 2208/34 can get up close to 10 amps depending on prop. You never want to push a pack right to its current draw limits if you want to get the maximum life from it.

With an Axi 2208/34, and a 2S 830 apogee, CC pheonix 10 esc you can get a shock flier to 7-7.5 oz. Hover right around half throttle which is great for indoor stuff. I find 3S just way too much power with too small of useful throttle range, plus your current demands go up a lot.
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Shock Flyer sitting on the 3DFoamy Katana S

Well for a Size comparison here's my two foamies, both fly really well. The Katana S is my windy day foamy, stuff a 2000 mah Kokam 3s1p on her for power & ballast then she's rare'n to tackle the sky! The Shocky is my "Street Sweetheart" it's perfect for those early calm mornings while I wait for the rest of the family to wake up.
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Salutations from the Pacific North WET!

S.P.A.D.s, Fibreglas & Balsa EDF's, Foamies, Brushless powered and nitro balsa planes, they're all in my hanger, just don't explain what it all means to the mrs, eh?
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