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Old Mar 18, 2012, 12:25 AM
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MCPx Brushless System Plug n Play!

Hello folks!

What we have here is a used single cell plug n play brushless system for the MCPx.

In the pic you will receive:

2 sets of slightly used high performance blades
2 plantraco turbo props used with a 120 sr tail motor and boom upgrade
2 tail props also used with a 120 sr tail motor and boom upgrade
1 brushless outrunner motor with mounting screws and 9 tooth pinion
1 converter and esc with micro deans added
I also will include one stock MCPx power plug to be soldered on if you don't want the deans.

I tried this system out and it's just too much for me.

The system was built by the owner of my local heli shop. So it was built well. And all you need to do is literally plug it in and fly.

I used a Micro Heli CF frame and the motor dropped right in. If you use a stock frame I was told it has to be modified to except this motor. I do not know how much work is involved.

So that's it. I would like to receive $100.00 shipped anywhere in the conus.
Outside the US will be $100.00 plus shipping.
Paypal only please, no trades.
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Old Mar 18, 2012, 12:48 AM
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which brushless outrunner motor are you selling in the kit ? there are alot of different motors that are going around now
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Old Mar 18, 2012, 12:59 AM
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which brushless outrunner motor are you selling in the kit ? there are alot of different motors that are going around now
I was hoping it would be identified by my pic. Honestly I don't know. I would need to ask the shop owner.

I can ask on Monday and report back here with an update if needed.

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Looks like an hp05 to me. Been wrong before.
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Old Mar 18, 2012, 01:33 AM
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Looks like an hp05 to me. Been wrong before.
Good or bad?
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Good i guess. good brand medium power for brushless. I could be wrong still. measure it in mm and i can tell you. Length and width. If its an hp08 I would buy but beings its part of a plug n play kit I doubt it is. Do you know what esc?
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Old Mar 18, 2012, 01:52 AM
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Good i guess. good brand medium power for brushless. I could be wrong still. measure it in mm and i can tell you. Length and width. If its an hp08 I would buy but beings its part of a plug n play kit I doubt it is. Do you know what esc?
Here are some pics.
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HP05

Weight:5.2g
diameter:13mm
length:14mm
shaft:1.5mm
shaft length:6mm
M1.6 screw, distance between holes:8.55mm
KV:13200KV
It is for lipoly:1S-2S
Idle :0.42A 3.5V
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do you know the KV of the motor ?

it's actually a nice plug & play setup. but some of the motors just ain't too hefty !
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Old Mar 18, 2012, 02:01 AM
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do you know the KV of the motor ?
I will have to ask.

Should I remove the shrink on the esc?

All I do know is this system was built to be used with 1 cell - 3.7V.

I used Hyperion 550mAh / 25c 1S
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