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Old May 05, 2010, 07:04 PM
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Using what I have

In the pic below, we'll see that I have substituted my 14 amp 890 kV motor for the 730 kV that WebOCalc recommended. If I had a 730 kV, I'd use it in a heartbeat, but 890 is as close to it as I've got, so that's what we'll work with.

Once we hit the calculate button, WOC shows us a very good prop to play with in the APC 10x7 TE. It is telling us that it will use 12.6 amps of current with a gear ratio of 1.05 but we're going to use the method outlined above to set that gear ratio at a perfect 1.00 which represents an outrunner motor.
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