|Feb 12, 2008, 07:57 PM|
E-flite Park 450 outrunner 890kv / 25amp esc pro. What can I put them in?
Today I got all the parts nesesary to complete the E-flite Taylorcraft which I ordered but I got a message with the parts from the seller saying they wont be getting the Taylorcraft till late March now. So they went ahead and refunded my money.
I want to build a 3D electric arf somewhat like the E-flite mini edge. Maybe an extra 300 or 260. Does anyone know if their are any other ARF's out their which I can purchase to use the Taylorcraft setup with?
Thanks in advance.
|Feb 12, 2008, 08:51 PM|
Joined Dec 2007
With a Park 450 you should stay in the 15-20oz model range. Here are a couple of E flite planes that I have that fly great. The Cap is a light and floaty all out 3D plane, and the tribute is a little more a pattern style plane.
|Feb 12, 2008, 11:46 PM|
It works really well in the Tribute FX with a 12x6E prop. I also had a lot of fun with my 450 powered Goldberg Chipmunk 400. The Chipmunk isn't a 3D plane but is a great sport flyer.
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