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Conversation Between CHELLIE and bigbob4877z
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  1. CHELLIE
    01-11-2016 04:10 AM
    Hi Bob :) I have been away from WF for a little while, been trying to heal up from a pinched Sciatic nerve , ouch, getting better now, on the bixter, i would use this motor and a 8x8 prop with a 3 cell, that should wake it up :)

    http://www.headsuphobby.com/Power-Up...otor-E-690.htm
  2. bigbob4877z
    12-31-2015 03:31 PM
    Chelllie,
    Hey any experience on a bixler 3? I can't seem to find any info on the motor that's in it. 2620--1400 kv. They make an adapter for different motors, but you have to butcher the engine nacelle. I maidened it today. After getting Cg right it flew wonderful, but kinda a slug! Trying to stay with a 3 cell.

    Any advice accepted !
    Bob
  3. bigbob4877z
    12-21-2015 06:33 AM
    Chellie- hey any experiene with a bixler3 ? I was looking to put a bigger motor on it It has a 360-2400 kv on it now. I would like to stay with a 3 cell?
  4. bigbob4877z
    08-08-2014 05:04 AM
    Hey anyone out there upgrade the Super Sky surfer motor? Is it better to go to 4s? I have 3s & some 4s batteries already--or buddy up 3s's ?

    The stock motor is a 1250 kv outrunner. I really don't want to modify the motor housing either. This is a pretty big plane.

    Any info would be appreciated !

    I'm not into fpv either at this time.

    Chellie if you read this I would love your input.

    I'm flying a Sky Scout currently on steroids, but plane kinda small at 800-1000 ft.

    Thanks,
    BOB
  5. CHELLIE
    07-21-2014 09:14 AM
    Hi Bob :) This motor will work very well for you. you should be able to use a 9x6 or 8x6 prop on 4 cells, check your amps with a wattmeter, your 40 amp esc should be fine, but it would be best to use a 60 amp esc to be on the safe side, this motor is rated at 600 watts, the motor that comes with the plane is only rated at about 275 watts, it will go like hell with this motor :) on 4 cells, Hope that helps, Chellie

    http://www.headsuphobby.com/Firepowe...otor-H-375.htm
  6. bigbob4877z
    07-19-2014 07:57 PM
    Hello Chellie,

    Hey was looking into a Airfirld Giant convertible edf power rc glider---Nitroplanes !

    Some of the blogs say it's slightly underpowered ! It comes with

    Specification:
    Wingspan: 2400MM(94.49inch)
    Length: 1518MM(59.77inch)
    Flying Weight: 2250~2300g
    Configuration:
    Propeller version
    Motor: Out runner brushless AT3010-920KV
    ESC: 40A Brushless ESC
    Servo: 17g*6
    Propeller: 8*6inch

    What would be a little more powerful motor that eill fit in there ?
    It uses a 4s batt-- 40 amp esc comes with ?

    You nail the setups wonderfully everytime.

    at3010-920kv---?

    Thanks --BOB
  7. CHELLIE
    06-30-2014 01:30 PM
  8. CHELLIE
    06-30-2014 01:19 PM
    Hi :) The Assassin would be a great first time wing, I would add additional winglets to it, so its at least 1" above the top of the wing and 1" below the wing, the winglets tips will make the wing feel like its flying on Rails, the winglets can be made from 6mm depron foam or plastic, just hot glue them on,

    http://www.wattflyer.com/forums/show...ini+bee&page=2

    http://www.headsuphobby.com/Power-Up...otor-D-590.htm

    http://www.headsuphobby.com/111v-150...tery-F-120.htm

    http://headsuphobby.com/APC-475-x-47...ller-A-545.htm

    http://www.headsuphobby.com/Sky-Powe...-BEC-H-100.htm

    http://www.headsuphobby.com/Sky-Powe...rols-F-750.htm
  9. bigbob4877z
    06-30-2014 04:07 AM
    chellie,

    I'm interested in a flying wing ! assassin--? servo's & motor ? You nailed a recommendation for my Hitec Sky scout---I tell everyone this is a Chellie Design !
  10. CHELLIE
    12-27-2013 07:11 AM
    You need some friends here :) :) :) LOL

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