|Apr 25, 2004, 08:39 PM|
GWS 50 & 20 series motors/substitutes
Has anyone found a generic equavalent of the GWS 50 or 20 series motors.
I have been using the J25 for some time at .50/ea and am very pleased with them--they are just a little too large and draw too many amps for the smaller airframes I am building with 2 and 4 motors.
I am looking to power the C124 here with 4 GWS 50 or a reasonable substitute that will draw abt 10 amps total for all 4 motors.
|Apr 26, 2004, 12:26 AM|
The quest has been going on for quite some time, to no avail.
I'd suggest the B2C motor as a lightweight possibility. They are also available from Watt-Age for thier formerly available B2. There are 2 of them per package... Hobby People should have them.
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