|Jan 11, 2015, 02:22 AM|
73" de Havilland Mosquito Electric Conversion
Just picked up a 73" de Havilland Mosquito, I wanted to know if anyone would recommend a electric motor that I can use as a conversion??? I would like to use a 3 blade prop but not sure on what size?? or just a two blade but don't know what size as well?? I have a set of 4500mah 6s so would like to use a 6s or 12s setup.
heres what I have
|Jan 11, 2015, 07:03 AM|
Joined Feb 2013
That's the CMP (China Model Products) Mosquito which has been around for years. I'm sure there are a number of conversions that have been done on it, searched for under the CMP name. I'm not sure if you would want to restrict yourself to such high voltage and low kv however, just to use batteries that you have on hand.
Nitroplanes blog has a guy with a 5s setup on his: http://nitroplanes.blogspot.com/2008...uito-twin.html
|Jan 11, 2015, 08:43 AM|
Flyguy, you'll find all the info you need and more here: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...light=mosquito
Apparently is is pretty heavy and therefore a bit of a handful, but a lot of folks have had some real fun with it.
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