NEU 1512 2.5D w/6.7 GB & Castle 80 AMP, Perfect for 3DHS AJ SLICK 70" / 72" Extra
I have this combo for sale:
NEU 1512 2.5D (for 6-8s lipo) 2050 KV motor and a Castle Phoenix 80 AMP Speed controller with a 10 AMP 6s capable ESC.
This combo can provide up to 2600 watts of power, its perfect for the new 70" electric planes by 3DHS and Extreme Flight such as the 3dhobbyshop Aj Slick 70" or the 72" Extra and The Extreme Flight 72 Inch Extra.
The motor is in perfect condition, including the wires and gearbox. I have put about 15 or so flights on this motor so its practically new. The motor can swing up to a 19x8 Prop on 6s.
The speed controller is perfect for the NEU and has already been programmed for 6s operation. It can handle up to 90 Amps burst and 80 amps continuous. A castle 10 amp bec is attached to the speed controller so you don't need to add and additional flight pack to power your servos. NOTE this will only work for up to 6s packs, larger packs will have to remove the BEC. NOTE a 5000 mah 6s pack should be plenty of power with this setup.
I"m asking 350.00 for the combo or $260.00 for just the motor. Shipping is Free to the Main Land USA. Will ship to Canada but I have to charge you the shipping difference.
Note: Retail Prices for this is $480.00 + shipping.
PM me for my paypal address.
Last edited by Alkaline; Sep 20, 2010 at 10:43 AM.
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