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Old Sep 14, 2014, 05:19 PM
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I run rhe 1100kv G10 in mine with stock esc and prop and love it. Noticeably faster and nearly unlimited vertical. You could prop up for even more, but i personally haven't seen a need to.

The 1200kv G10 will need a 60 amp esc.
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Old Sep 14, 2014, 08:36 PM
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I run rhe 1100kv G10 in mine with stock esc and prop and love it. Noticeably faster and nearly unlimited vertical. You could prop up for even more, but i personally haven't seen a need to.

The 1200kv G10 will need a 60 amp esc.
That's the one I was thinking about using.
Will it fit onto the stock motor mount, and fit the stock collet prop adapter?
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Old Sep 15, 2014, 10:14 AM
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Turnigy G series are compatible with PZ mounts and adapters.
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Old Sep 15, 2014, 12:14 PM
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That's the one I was thinking about using.
Will it fit onto the stock motor mount, and fit the stock collet prop adapter?
The motor fits the stock mount, but the can is a bit longer than stock so you will need to enlarge the hole in the cowl some for clearance. The included adapter fits the stock prop perfectly, so i use it with the spinner nut from the stock adapter for the correct look.
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Old Sep 15, 2014, 05:09 PM
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Has anybody tried, and had success with, using neodymium magnets to secure the wing to the fuselage? I got distracted by a hot jogger and caught a tip on the grass, which had the effect off ripping off the wing and both attachment points in the fuse.

I'm wondering if a few sets of 1/2" neodymium mags (12 lb pull) could keep the wing on in flight but allow it to shear off in a crash without damage. God knows the dinky screw and plastic tabs aren't any stronger.
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Old Sep 15, 2014, 05:46 PM
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The motor fits the stock mount, but the can is a bit longer than stock so you will need to enlarge the hole in the cowl some for clearance. The included adapter fits the stock prop perfectly, so i use it with the spinner nut from the stock adapter for the correct look.
Thanks. I'll give it a try.
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I'm wondering if a few sets of 1/2" neodymium mags (12 lb pull) could keep the wing on in flight but allow it to shear off in a crash without damage. God knows the dinky screw and plastic tabs aren't any stronger.
I wouldn't. When you start factoring in G forces, twelve pounds of holding power ain't near enough.
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