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Old Mar 04, 2011, 02:42 PM
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Has any one orded or tryed the new Motorlfly 3620-750. and how does it compare to the 3625-800?

Thanks for any input
I have about ten flights on my 57" Extra with the 3620-750. I've never ran a 3625-800 before so I can't comment on the differences between them. All I can tell you is the 3620-750 performs very well on the 57. Awsome power and everything comes down cool. I am very happy with it.
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 02:58 PM
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I'm running the 3620-750 in my 59 on 4S... piles of power. Ken from Subsonic recommended the 3620-750 over the 3625-800 as it was able to handle the same wattage and less chance of magnets striking the stator when under 3d stresses...

...no need for more than the 3620-750 though... as said, piles of power...

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Old Mar 04, 2011, 03:04 PM
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Do you think there is any need / difference to run the 3625-800 over the 3620-750 since I will soon be flying in 100+ degree days? I plan on going with the 3620-750 if it will stay cool enough.....
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 03:10 PM
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I'd stay with the 750 over the 800 because of the whole "magnets striking stator" while 3D'ing thing... hot days will just be a factor on how long between flights, and maybe adding some extra cooling mods like scoops, etc
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 03:16 PM
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Sounds good, thanks
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 03:26 PM
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... need for more than the 3620-750 though... as said, piles of power...

Did you mean to say "no need..."?
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 03:37 PM
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Thanks now I just need my Slick to get here.
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Did you mean to say "no need..."?
right, no need
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 03:59 PM
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Anyone know when the 3620-750 will be back in stock?
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 04:05 PM
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Anyone know when the 3620-750 will be back in stock?
From the subsonic site:

" MOTROLFLY DM-3620 Brushless motor series are for RC Airplanes 72 to 124 ounces depending on model type. Check below for more details or click the link to the PDF down load for all information for each Kv in this series.
The PDF will open in a new window so you don't loose your spot.
All motors come with an X mount for mounting the motor to the fire wall, pre soldered 4mm gold connectors, and a 6mm Hub prop adaptor; collet style prop adaptor sold seperately for behind fire wall mounting.motrolfly, motorfly, motrofly, brushless motors
More info coming soon
This motor is currently out of Stock
, but available for back order
Due in
3/24/2011"
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 04:13 PM
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From the subsonic site:

" MOTROLFLY DM-3620 Brushless motor series are for RC Airplanes 72 to 124 ounces depending on model type. Check below for more details or click the link to the PDF down load for all information for each Kv in this series.
The PDF will open in a new window so you don't loose your spot.
All motors come with an X mount for mounting the motor to the fire wall, pre soldered 4mm gold connectors, and a 6mm Hub prop adaptor; collet style prop adaptor sold seperately for behind fire wall mounting.motrolfly, motorfly, motrofly, brushless motors
More info coming soon
This motor is currently out of Stock
, but available for back order
Due in
3/24/2011"
Thanks
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 07:26 PM
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Hey Aaron, will the ice75 be enough for the 3620-750 swinging a 15x8 or 15x7?
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 09:37 PM
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You should be ok. The ICE 100 is good for the 70" Size airframes.
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 11:05 PM
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I am interested in getting into a larger 3DHS plane and I am torn between the 57" Extra SC and this new Slick 59". I currently fly the 47" Edge and like it a lot, but am looking for a bit less agressive plane which can fly both 3D and pattern-style well. Both look like great planes for this type of flying - any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks
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Old Mar 04, 2011, 11:32 PM
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If it's precision I'd go with the Extra. The slick will do all of it as well, but it's not quite as precise as the Extra. I found the Slick likes to rotate and keep rotating (snaps are a plus), as where the Extra will stop rotating right when you let off the sticks. It also has less ke coupling, and floats more. I own the 51 Slick and the 72" SC (59 coming soon), and those are the two biggest differences I found. The 59 is a whole different bird than the 51 though, and Ben said there's not as much ke coupling, so I'd assume it's going to be better at precision than the 51.
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