|Feb 26, 2012, 10:19 PM|
Hobbypartz Optima 400 Compared to E-flite 400?
Is there much difference in between these that I missed?
|Feb 28, 2012, 06:58 AM|
The E-flite has more believable specs: 13A burst for its maximum is more realistic than the 28A for the Topband/Optima... that said, I've tested quite a few other Topband motors and they are pretty well made... keep the Optima 400 to about 150W and it will be okay.
|Feb 29, 2012, 07:12 PM|
For 3s, I'd start with 9x5 GWS HD... then 10x6 GWS HD... check the amp draw but you might even get away with 11x7 GWS HD... that's what I use with my SlowStick using an AXI 2212/34... but then again I only draw ~10A because my AXI is only ~740Kv.
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