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Old Sep 06, 2012, 08:03 PM
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Originally Posted by KE Spin View Post
The motor doesn't really demand power, it accepts it from the ESC and the ESC is the limiting factor. Conversely, if one were to use an ESC that is too large, the motor could fry pretty quick (depending on how many amps are being supplied to the ESC by the battery) illustrating that the motor just takes what is supplied.

Anyhow, really enjoyed flying my Extra 330 tonight. Winds were light and I think the wing loading and power setup on my 45" (clip wing) Extra 330 is just right using my 6 oz 2200mah lipos

What??? another vid...coming soon.
You missed the point I was trying to make, if you take a power system capable of handling more juice than either of your test batts are capable of producing and then ran this system with both batts at wot you would see that the larger batt would produce more power than the smaller one. I believe this is what the discussion was about, not the semantics of whether a motor demands power or not.
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