|Jul 16, 2013, 03:43 PM|
Small electric model for IMAC Basic training purpose.
I'm trying to find a small el model to use for training when I don't have time to go to a large runway or the runway isn't available. Currently I've been using a rather excellent Winner Model 50" Edge 540, but a bit of breeze and this very light plqne (around 1.2 kg with battery) bounces around like a squirrel on speed.
Does anyone have a suggestion about a plane in the same size, but weighing in a bit more (read tolerates wind a bit better) which will allow me to use my current drivetrain (2200 4s setup, giving around 3kg thrust on 14" prop)?
|Jul 18, 2013, 03:46 PM|
don't take this the wrong way, and there might be someone here that can answer your question, but I think there would probably be more people who could answer that, in the electric section!
with that said, I heard the HobbyKing SBACH is kind of a lumber wagon! that's just what I have read, for what it's worth!
|Jul 18, 2013, 04:17 PM|
Thanks for the reply!
Well, I kinda solved it with another gas model (pilot sbach) with a 26cc. Guess I'll be able to land it on short space even though I wanted an electric setup for convenience *facepalm*
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