|Jan 26, 2012, 07:05 PM|
Banana Hobby Super Corsair
Hey guys. First off, I have many BH products and although most are a bit underpowered for my taste, they have all been (without exeption) very good products.
I ordered the Corsair and have now flown it 5 times. Very Very nice airplane. The only issue I had was one of the props was so far out on weight that I had to add some epoxy to the blade to get it to balance but they are now balanced and running fine.
I want to give this bird some more gitty up. I noticed the stock motor is a 250 KV setup. I have a new Turnigy C5055-400 and a 80 amp speed controller.
I know what you are thinking, why don't these dumbazz country boys just leave well enough alone and I am sure there is some merit to that but alas, I would still like to see a little more zip.
I know you have the 18 inch blade running at a lower RPM for good reason but just for giggles, do you think I can step up the volume a little without blowing up?
Here is here maiden flight.
|Feb 06, 2012, 10:16 PM|
It doesn't need to come in that hot. I was monkeying around with it trying to grease it in.
She flys so sweeeeet. Gotta love that big 3 blade
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