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Old Oct 13, 2012, 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted by KTL13 View Post
Im leaning towards a similar setup, 6s, 2-3s in series, (one day I hope to own a brushless Traxxas Summit so this will be a great dual battery setup). The prop size im not sure, I read that 11.5" or so is about scale size so maybe 11 or 12, 3 bladed. Thinking of 60 size motors for the pure benefit of overkill. Roughly the same cost vs a 46 via HobbyKing. The 60 size could also come in handy if I decide to go with a large warbird in the future, never say never right? Im definitely going to take my time and enjoy this as thoroughly as possible. Aiming for a Feb 1st maiden on a frozen lake just around the corner from my place, Ive seen videos of it flying on snow and WOW, so awesome.
60 size work just fine in this plane, just use throttle management. I'd rather have more motor and not use it all than less motor and wish I had more.
I flew my maiden off of snow last winter. I'd just recommend at least 3" of snow for a cushion since it has a fiberglass fuse.
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