|Oct 08, 2011, 04:16 PM|
Joined Mar 2005
Converting a Sig Senior Kadet
I am starting to convert over to electric after playing with some of my club members planes. I am in the process of restoring my sig senior which is 26 years old at least the wing is.
The plane was powered with a Saito 50, I don't know pick the correct motor leaning toward a rimfire 55, or e-flight power 60. I am I going in the correct direction with these examples?
Also how does on chose the correct lipo battery(5s -7s).
I know I opening a big can of worms but sugestions would be great.
|Oct 10, 2011, 02:09 AM|
You might want to post in the Electric Power Systems thread. Usually, the correct battery will be posted on the motor; the actual number of cells may vary, as it's watts (volts * amps), not just voltage, that determines power.
|Oct 10, 2011, 09:27 AM|
United States, TX, Houston
Joined Jun 2011
there is also a section here dedicated to glow or gas to electric conversions. check out the thread pittspecial has going where he converted a SIG pt-40 he found on the free table at his local club.
|Oct 10, 2011, 05:48 PM|
Joined Nov 2010
Have a gander at this thread .
Or, just try the search function. There are a bunch of threads addressing this conversion.
Good luck on it. Electric conversions are rad!
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