|Nov 20, 2012, 01:21 PM|
This plane may be a bit big for the micro section but considering it was in RCMW last month I'll ask anyway. The Small-E is 150 square inches and about 25" span. As per article it's about 4.5 oz and uses a park 250 size motor. At that weight the 250 seems like overkill and I was thinking of a 10 gram park 180 type motor. That and a smaller lipo pack would lower the weight to around 4 oz. Think that will be enough for mild acrobatics?
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