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Old Jul 01, 2004, 06:58 PM
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Axi2212/34 Help!!!!!!!!

I have a AXI2212/34 and a Phonix25 controler I have the PHX-Link programmer I am running a 3cell 1500 lipo battery my set up is
9volt cutoff ,softcutoff .brake disabled. fast start on the advanced I have high advance normal current limiting, default PWM frequncy but it does not seem to have the same thurst as my eflight 400 whit a 66 to 1 geardrive I have tryed a 10/4.7, 11/4.7, and a 12/6 the 12/6 seems to have the most power at this time can anyone help me or do I even need anyhelp Thanks Guys
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Old Jul 02, 2004, 12:37 AM
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Axi,,,

hey Laz51,, i'm not sure about the other stuff but i do know you should have the AXI motors on """hard timing"""" not soft,, you should get a bit more power that way,,
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Old Jul 02, 2004, 11:28 AM
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LAZ,

FUNNY THING!.. I have the EXACT same motors and controllers as you do!.. The 2212/34 does NOT have the same power as a eflight park 400(if its geared)... The 2212/34 turns like 740 RPM per volt and the eflight 4200 RPM per volt... I had the eflight on a gearbox with a 9x5 GWS prop and it had alot more thrust than the 2212/34 with an 1147.... BUT the 2212 draws alot less amps/current.... I mean not anywhere close to the same thrust, but the 2212 with the 1147 doesnt even get the pack above ambient temp and I can run it for 13 minutes on a 3D model... the park 400 and the 9x5 gets the pack pretty hot and I get around 8-10 minutes.... It all depends on what type of flying you want to do...

I have the 2212/34 with an 11x7 APC prop on a flying wing with with 2 cameras and 69" wingspan that weighs 3.5 LBS.... Look how small that AXI is... 3.5 POUNDS!!...

I plan on going back to the geared Eflight park 400 and upgrading my battery because I can get the wing to a high altitude much faster than with the AXI...

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Old Jul 02, 2004, 01:46 PM
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The eflight park 400 is really a hi-max 2025-4200, which some have compared to a hacker B20L, yes it does have more power, but that also depends on your gearing, prop. ect. Try a 12/6 or 12/8 on the axi, if nothing is getting even warm, you can prop up.
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Old Jul 02, 2004, 02:02 PM
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Everything stays nice and cool with the AXI and 11x47, but when I prop up to an 11x7 the pack does get hot... I would not try to go to a 12x6 unless you have a good 10C pack... I have been running mine on a Kokam 1500 and a Predator 1100... I think I may had fried the Predator 1100 though... I should know if it is cooked or not later this evening after some testing....

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