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Conversation Between sam94 and CHELLIE

Conversation Between sam94 and CHELLIE
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  1. CHELLIE
    11-02-2009 09:30 PM
    Hi Sam :) I am in the process of moving right now, and dont have my cable in yet, I am able to sneak in on wattflyers once in a while at family members home with dial up, I will get back to you soon, as soon as i get my Verison DSL cable in, Take care, Chellie
  2. sam94
    11-02-2009 07:21 PM
    i found some more info

    - Diameter : 36 mm
    - Length : 36 mm
    - Shaft Dia. : 5 mm
    - Weight : 115 grams
    - No load current(lo) : 0.8
    - Internal resistance : 0.049
    - KV : 1030
    - Max Current : 32 A
    - Max efficiency : 85%
    - Power Nominal : 400 Watts
    - Recommended Props: APC E 9 X 4.5 up to 12 X 6.5

    any ideas
  3. sam94
    11-02-2009 07:20 PM
    hi chellie

    I have a HET-RC typhoon micro 291210 brushless motor.

    Doyou know what this motor is equivilant to

    450 motor?
    480?
    15 size?
    25e?

    Any ideas/

    thnx
  4. sam94
    10-18-2009 12:55 PM
    Hey chellie, thanks for the info, your a great help.

    Thanks for the links, but i was looking for more wind TURBINE type blades rather than wind MILL blades, any ideas.

    I think i'll stick with my 480 brushed motor that was in my hz super cub.

    If wind Turbine blades are hard to find, is it possible to make the blades using PVC, i know some people have before but is the motor im using going to be too weak for the blades.

    Thanks again
  5. CHELLIE
    09-15-2009 10:33 PM
    Hi Sam, if its this plane with a 46" wing span, I would say No, too small, not enough power, use the HXT 9 gram servos to be on the safe side, and use 2 servos for the ailerons, hope that helps, chellie

    http://www.hobbyzone.com/rc-planes-e...ft-450-arf.htm
  6. sam94
    09-15-2009 09:57 PM
    Hi Chellie

    Will the HXT500 5g servos be ok to use on the eflite taylorcraft, they recommend 7.5g eflite servos, but will these 5g servos be ok.

    Got some info below

    Size : 22.9x11.4x22 mm / 0.9x0.45x0.87 in
    Voltage : 3v ~ 6v
    Weight: 5g / 0.18oz
    Speed : 0.10 sec/60(4.8V)
    Torque : 0.8 kg-cm
    Working Temp : -30C~60C
    Teflon Bushing, 15cm wire, coreless motor
    Servo arms & screws included

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