|Dec 25, 2011, 06:28 PM|
5 foot Yak-54 Made of 1/2" PinkPanther foam from Home Depot
The original Upd8 was messed up, so here is a new one.
I got some parts from my Dad for x-mas, so I am going to build the original Yak-54 that I was going to make, except with more accurate plans. (this time, I found a 30 inch Yak-54 plan *Gene Bond on RCgroups* and since 60 inches is 5 feet, I blew the plans up to 200% and I got a 5 foot plane. Originally, I did: measure, calculate, measure, calculate, scale.)
So anyways, here is the electronics I have:
Battery: http://www.hobbypartz.com/77p-sl2200-3s1p-40c-3333.html and http://www.headsuprc.com/servlet/the...-30C-EZ/Detail
Update 1 (video)
Sorry I said 30A but it is a Proton 40A.
Yeah, i used a different camera than I usually do. This time, it's MY camera..... XD
|Dec 25, 2011, 11:19 PM|
10x7 APC Slow fly was tested with a 2200mah 11.1v 3s Li-Po battery at 11.5v (3.8 per cell) read 34.9A max. 356watts, 10.2v under load.
11x5.5E TP Slow fly was tested with a 2200mah 11.1v 3s Li-Po battery at 11.5v(3.8 per cell) read 28.0A max. 287watts, 10.3v under load.
And so, in theory, the 11x5.5E is MORE efficient... You believe it? I am going to use the 11x5.5E because, supposedly, it is the "...excellent match for this motor" So I am going to go with that. This should be an interesting project, better go get some popcorn.
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