|Jan 25, 2012, 04:33 PM|
Joined Jan 2012
Hobbyzone Super Cub Brushless Conversion
Hi all. I will make this a dual post-first let me introduce myself. I am 21 and am getting back into the hobby after a long hiatus. I have the ParkZone micro Corsair, the Parkzone night vapor, the hobbyzone super cub lp and am currently in the process of my first build-the slow stick.
I have become comfortable with the Super Cub and am ready to give it some upgrades. Can anyone recommend a cheap 480 brushless motor? I was recommended the Eflite 480 outrunner but it's about fifty bucks and i'd like to find something a little less pricey. Also, can I use the stock reciever that came with my rtf super cub?
|Jan 25, 2012, 07:51 PM|
United States, FL, The Villages
Joined Oct 2010
Go directly to headsuprc.com they have what you want, even the correct motor mount. Call them, they are most helpful!
|Jan 26, 2012, 01:45 AM|
Get rid of the stock rec. I had two go bad, I put a regular one in and couldn't be happier.
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