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  1. 08-19-2010 02:27 PM
  2. mred
    08-17-2010 04:41 PM
    Any chance I can get your e-mail address? I have a question that is kind of long and has some trouble shooting in it that I have done. I tried, but it said it was to long for a PM.

  3. 11-11-2009 04:23 PM
    JIMO... I have used carbon fiber rods... I can't think of what size is suitable of the top of my head, but you can get CF rod in lots of sizes in 3ft/4ft lengths.

    Cheers, Phil
  4. 11-11-2009 09:26 AM
    Hi doc, I Need some help,i have look every were for servo rods, for foam rc planes, 65mm,would know where i can buy them,
    hope you can help,
    kind regards
  5. 11-08-2009 08:05 PM
    Dr kiwi
    question from ch ch nz--can i extend esc leads to outruner by a few inches---60amp esc.
    03-13-2009 06:04 AM
    How did you escape my friends List :) take care and have fun, Chellie
  7. watt_the?!
    10-12-2008 10:33 PM
    hi Dr. K. i wonder if you can assist me in doing an experiment to support my high voltage/low voltage argument?. i figure that you have all the gear and so could easily do a controlled and measured, structured experiment to verify/debunk the theory.
    all it needs is some high v setups and corresponding ESCs.

    the key is that each setup needs to draw the same relative C load from the batteries AND the ESC.

    i.e. if a setup is drawing 10C on a 1000mah pack and a 10A ESC then a comparison setup might be 25A on a 2500mah pack and a 25A ESC.

    the motors need to run in similar ranges also.

    please let me know if you're interested.

    cheers mate,



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