|Dec 26, 2014, 04:43 PM|
Fliton Flubber power suggestion
Downsizing and cleaning out the garage, the Flubber "made the cut", but with the caveat of NOT buying a bunch of stuff to finish it....
I have two motors available, a PJS 900, and an AXI 2212/26 among some others......I was hoping to use my current lipo packs, but figure the 3 cell 2200's I have are too much, and the 3 cell 1100's too little......
From my experience, I think I'm leaning toward the AXI, with a 10/? something prop, and a 13-1500 3 cell lipo......as I think the PJS 900 setup is just a bit bigger than the plane is.....
Looks like a fun plane.
Suggestions are WELCOME!
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