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Old 01-26-2010, 01:43 AM
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I juste receive that motor turnigy 35-36 1100kv whit turnigy plush 40a
whit 3s 2200 20c zippy battery and i try it whit a 12*6 sf prop the battery,esc and motor comme very very hot . In the reviews from hobbyking everybody fly whit 12*6 prop.Why it doesnt work for me.
hits the fist electric motor i have so
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:03 AM
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am i right that the hobbycity forum says this is a equale to eflight 480?i think they over proped with a 12x6.
i put this same motor on a 48"telemaster with skis and it flew great,same esc to. and i use all zippyflightmax batteries. and this bird uses the 2200mah 20c 3cell.

only i'm useing a 9x4.7 sf apc .

get a watt meter and do the check,your pulling to much out of the battery.

so you know i'm not kidding on the tele heres a pic of it.
take care,stu

oops i'm using the 35-30-1400 motor as its closest to the 480 eflight....sorry,but my answer still stands that your drawing to much power from your setup.
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:10 AM
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:17 AM
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Originally Posted by casski22 View Post
I juste receive that motor turnigy 35-36 1100kv whit turnigy plush 40a
whit 3s 2200 20c zippy battery and i try it whit a 12*6 sf prop the battery,esc and motor comme very very hot . In the reviews from hobbyking everybody fly whit 12*6 prop.Why it doesnt work for me.
hits the fist electric motor i have so
How long are your leads?? 10/6 is mild for that outie,I fly mine with a 11/5, chech your sloder conn's as wellbubsteve
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:28 AM
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are you using a SF prop?, it should be fine with an Electric prop.... try 12x6e

Here's a sample from Drivecalc

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Old 01-26-2010, 02:35 AM
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Originally Posted by STUART View Post
pics....
way cool Stuart!! bubsteve
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:37 AM
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I have used the same motor on 3 cell with an 11x5 three blade nitro prop and it doesnt get much above ambient temp. Something doesnt sound right. Is the Plush ESC programmable? Maybe the programming is a little off for that motor.
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:37 AM
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Originally Posted by STUART View Post
am i right that the hobbycity forum says this is a equale to eflight 480?i think they over proped with a 12x6.
i put this same motor on a 48"telemaster with skis and it flew great,same esc to. and i use all zippyflightmax batteries. and this bird uses the 2200mah 20c 3cell.

only i'm useing a 9x4.7 sf apc .

get a watt meter and do the check,your pulling to much out of the battery.

so you know i'm not kidding on the tele heres a pic of it.
take care,stu

oops i'm using the 35-30-1400 motor as its closest to the 480 eflight....sorry,but my answer still stands that your drawing to much power from your setup.



Hey stuart i aske the ? in a nother forum and they said hits because i use SF prop i supose to use 12/6E prop or if steel to hot try 11/5.5E .I have to by a watt meter
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:52 AM
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thats so true,the "e"prop will spin faster giving you less draw on power than a sf of the same size.i think the rule is "e prop=speed" sf apc prop=more thrustpower"

lots of great suggestions .....i'm glad i joined up here...so much i need to learn ,your not alone.

i always p/u motors from hobbycity and use the reference spec to get the esc[always larger than spec'ed] and batteries to match. but i still need a buddy of mine at my feild to teach me how to calculate the setups for my self.

its alot to learn but worth it.
hope your situation works out and please do share with us how thing turn out.
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Originally Posted by STUART View Post
thats so true,the "e"prop will spin faster giving you less draw on power than a sf of the same size.i think the rule is "e prop=speed" sf apc prop=more thrustpower"

lots of great suggestions .....i'm glad i joined up here...so much i need to learn ,your not alone.

i always p/u motors from hobbycity and use the reference spec to get the esc[always larger than spec'ed] and batteries to match. but i still need a buddy of mine at my feild to teach me how to calculate the setups for my self.

its alot to learn but worth it.
hope your situation works out and please do share with us how thing turn out.
stu
Try drivecalc, it's free, and it has alot of those motors in it... it's really easy to get a better idea of what you want out of the motors...

http://www.drivecalc.de/

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Old 01-26-2010, 03:10 AM
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thanks steve!! i just tried to down load the site but can't seem to unzipp the file.
my wife is the comp expert in this house...kids are a close second and i'm comp illiterate...lol..she'll help me retrive it tommorro.

looking foward to checking it out.stu
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Old 01-26-2010, 03:18 AM
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Hi Stuart,
That prop is what's pushing your motor over it's edge......use a regular "E" prop instead of the SF and you'll be much closer to good....the calc shows a 10a difference between the two

good luck, with Steve's help you'll be on your way in no time... who do you think showed me the drive calc trick!!!! LOL

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Old 01-26-2010, 03:23 AM
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when you install it, it askes where the database file is, just hit cancel, and it will ask where to put the "new" database file, then it will ask you to download all the updates (thats all the props, batterys, esc's, and motors tested...)

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Old 01-26-2010, 03:26 AM
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Originally Posted by scatsob View Post
I have used the same motor on 3 cell with an 11x5 three blade nitro prop and it doesnt get much above ambient temp. Something doesnt sound right. Is the Plush ESC programmable? Maybe the programming is a little off for that motor.

Do you know what is the good programming for that motor?
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Originally Posted by Wrench66 View Post
Hi Stuart,
That prop is what's pushing your motor over it's edge......use a regular "E" prop instead of the SF and you'll be much closer to good....the calc shows a 10a difference between the two

good luck, with Steve's help you'll be on your way in no time... who do you think showed me the drive calc trick!!!! LOL

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I forgot to say mines a APC 11/5bubsteve
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Old 01-26-2010, 03:34 AM
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Originally Posted by casski22 View Post
Do you know what is the good programming for that motor?

high timing...

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Old 01-26-2010, 04:59 AM
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Hello all,

I use this motor on a MS Composit Maxi Swift with a 10x6 and a 3s 3000 30c with a 40 amp ESC moves the 32ouce wing pretty quickly and with authority. Motor gets warm but has never been hot. I even had to reattach a magnet to the bell at one time when it came loose and froze the motor in flight. Its been a good motor. I think 12 6 is too much. I would rate this motor in the Power 25 category. I only pull about 30 amps on this motor at WOT. The prop is a SF by the way.
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Old 01-26-2010, 05:12 AM
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hi wrench66,the one using the 12x6 prop is cassi22.i agree whole heartedly on that prop wether e or sf is to big.
i was on the hc site checking what some of the props guys were using and 12x6 maybe came up twice.

most were 10x7 to 11's e's.

i think your suggestions and everyones here are very helpful and i'm the kinda person who'll reseach for an answer if someone else dos'nt know.

steve thanks again for the futher info to down load drivecal.

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hehe, oops sorry Stu....

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I think that motor's most efficient around a 9x7.5 prop, around 20amps... as long as you keep the weight down it should be cool...

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Originally Posted by casski22 View Post
I juste receive that motor turnigy 35-36 1100kv whit turnigy plush 40a
whit 3s 2200 20c zippy battery and i try it whit a 12*6 sf prop the battery,esc and motor comme very very hot . In the reviews from hobbyking everybody fly whit 12*6 prop.Why it doesnt work for me.
hits the fist electric motor i have so
If you tried it static (on the bench) you don't get the cooling effect that it gets when flying. If it got hot while flying try a different prop. I have a couple of these motors and use an 12 x 8 but it is cold outside here and I don't WOT very much. You might also check and make sure the motor is not rubbing on anything or have any thing sucked onto a magnet.
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Originally Posted by darylm44 View Post
If you tried it static (on the bench) you don't get the cooling effect that it gets when flying. If it got hot while flying try a different prop. I have a couple of these motors and use an 12 x 8 but it is cold outside here and I don't WOT very much. You might also check and make sure the motor is not rubbing on anything or have any thing sucked onto a magnet.
I see your in alaska.. a 12x8 will definately burn that motor out anywere but a snow climate...

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