|Nov 01, 2006, 10:32 AM|
EDF selection for slow flying jet
I have no experience with EDF's and decided to build the S-3B Viking. I am thinking 36 inch wingspan, hopefully bellow 10 oz AUW.
Would like to make it fly as slow as possible as I am not a good flyer yet.
Any advice on what EDF might be suitable is welcome. Brushed preferred. I have a lot of J250 motors. Will be nice if these can do the job. If so, what fans?
I am also open to off the shelf EDF's.
I assume a larger diameter fan is more suitable for low speed. I am willing to sacrifice the proportions and build it with larger fans.
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