|Apr 30, 2013, 01:15 PM|
United States, NY, New York
Joined Feb 2013
New Hexa Build
I got a ATG 700 Hexa frame the other day and am moving all my electronics from my quad to it. I am using Sunnysky 2212 980kv motors with 30a escs. I bought more motors and escs of course to add to the hex. My question is will the motors be enough to easily lift the hex? I will be using a 5000mah 25C lipo and a small gimbal for my swann HD freestyle cam. They work great on my quad and was hoping these would be fine for a hexa. I will be using 10x4.7 props.
Should I upgrade to 28xx motors with a lower kv and larger props?
Still waiting for ESC wire extensions in the mail so wont be testing till thursday or friday.
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