RC Groups

RC Groups
    Power Systems
        looking for a cheap brushless setup for parkzone p-51

#1 terryh1313 Sep 07, 2005 08:45 PM

looking for a cheap brushless setup for parkzone p-51
 
ihave removed all parkzone equipment an need some advice on a new setup

#2 latrans Sep 08, 2005 10:58 AM

What (roughly) will your finished flying weight be and what kind of performance are you looking for, scale or insane? Do you plan on using the 10in 3 bladed stock prop or will you go to something else? What batteries do you want use? Lots'a questions.

Latrans

#3 terryh1313 Sep 08, 2005 08:10 PM

30oz scale like fight an 3 blade prop wth the stock battery

#4 latrans Sep 09, 2005 11:38 AM

Terry,

I think that you will find the info that you need in the parkflyers forum. There is a thread dedicated on converting the PZ P51 to brushless, try the search function. Have you considered building your motor from a GoBrushless kit? I think that it'd be interesting to see what a GBX triple would do for one of these.

Latrans

#5 terryh1313 Sep 09, 2005 09:30 PM

thanks for the information let you know how it goes

#6 mlh1961 Sep 29, 2005 12:11 AM

Terry,

Check out Justgofly.com. They have a video of a super sportster flying on a geared 400df. That plane weighs 3 pounds. So that set-up would definately fly the PKZ P51.

That will be the upgrade for mine when I wear out the stock set-up.

Mitch

#7 Dr Kiwi Sep 29, 2005 06:49 AM

A 400DF geared 3.89:1 can get you almost 40oz thrust at 18.45A with an 12x8 GWS HD - a 9" or 10" 3-blade might draw about the same:

MMM 400DF 3.89:1
10.5v, 18.45A, 193W, 5880rpm, 44.5mph, 1119g, 39.40oz, 5.80g/W

Cheers, Phil

#8 terryh1313 Sep 29, 2005 09:28 PM

well i am waiting on a walkera 3200, so now iwill pick up a gearbox an let you in on the results

#9 Dr Kiwi Sep 29, 2005 09:36 PM

2 Attachment(s)
Quote:

Originally Posted by terryh1313
well i am waiting on a walkera 3200, so now iwill pick up a gearbox an let you in on the results

Here are a few numbers for the Walkera 3200.

If you need speed try a TM 2000 gearbox with 3:1 ratio.

Cheers, Phil

#10 terryh1313 Sep 29, 2005 09:40 PM

thanks for your help dr kiwi

#11 guapoman2000 Sep 30, 2005 05:50 AM

Does anyone have a web site for the so called ...walkera 3200??? :rolleyes:

#12 terryh1313 Oct 01, 2005 08:12 PM

dr kiwi who makes the tm-2000


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 11:17 PM.