|May 07, 2003, 01:29 AM|
Joined Feb 2002
Wattage F-22 and AstroFlight 010 brushless
Hi. I am interested in the Wattage F-22 but would like more jet-like performance than a S 400 setup can give. I was wondering if the Mighty Micro 010 Brushless Motor from AstroFlight would be a good match. I don't need blinding speed, but I am tired of electric jets that fly like kites.
If so, could you tell me also what type of battery and how many cells I should use? Also which prop?
I have a lot to learn about all this stuff and any help you could give would be very much appreciated.
|May 07, 2003, 01:43 AM|
Joined Jan 2003
the 010 on the wattage F22 will not cut it, way under power with the 010. Read this thread
option 3: with mega 7t will be the lightest and most optimized for the F22. You will love the wattage F22 as it is one of the best pusher jets out there.
this week www.hobbypeople.net has the F22 on sale for only $70 and $3 shipping
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