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T-28 ParkZone ESC/Motor

Old 08-31-2013, 05:32 PM
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Fritzngertie
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I crashed my T-28 plane. I was flying straight and level when the plane started to act as if I was moving the rudder, elevator and aerliron in both directions rapidly and all at the same time. I could not control it and it crashed into the ground. Is it possible that the esc or motor could have overheated. I normally fly two aircraft alternating between them. This time, I didn't, I was on my second flight. The plane was out far enough that I could not hear the motor. I live in Florida and so there is plenty of heat. Also, with the cowling around the motor and esc I don't think much air flow gets in. Any comments would be welcome. This has happened to me before and I replaced the esc because it crashed into a small pond.

Thanks,

Don

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