|Feb 04, 2015, 10:18 AM|
weight to thrust ratio
What's a good weight to thrust ratio? I am building an a-10 warthog and am kinda new at edfs. The combined thrust with a 4s is 2430 grams
|Feb 04, 2015, 10:53 AM|
One to one is always good.. but other than saying your building an A-10, your letting us guess on exactly what you want/need.
What size fans?
How big is the plane going to be?
Hand launch, or fly off of paved surface or grass?
With gear or no gear?
These help to determine what you will need.
|Feb 04, 2015, 11:31 AM|
I'm sorry kinda new at forums and thanks
70 mm 3000kv 6 blade fans, with a 4s battery, says they generate 1230 grams thrust apiece,
Plane is going to be 48 inch fuse and A 53 inch wingspan
Airfoil is generic I guess, any suggestions?
Fly off a packed dirt airfield I belong to
And with gear.
I haven't started the wings yet so I didn't really come up with a proper airfoil.
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