Anyone ever use the ARC 36-65-1 or 36-75-1 motors with prop?
Ok, I found out from the Teleto show and otheres what Im trying to do is not normal, like me. LOL I got a 69in Hotliner that I want to fly more like a slower pylon racer, fun bird.
I just want to find a motor set up that will spin a 8X8 or 8X6 prop around 18000-20000 rpm
Basicly Im trying to get a prop speed around 150ish, with good thrust but I want it to fly for 4min or so I don't plan flying at WOT more than 3-4 passes.
Im thinking of useing the ARC 36-65-1 2080kv on 3 or 4s
I think the ARC 36-75-1 at 1680kv will work great also but I think it is a little to big.
So my question is has anyone run a prop on these motors?
I found this info on line
7x5 sport prop
sounds like he is tring to go way faster than I want.
I test fit some lipos today to see if what Im working with
I can fit a 3400 50c 5s lipo with no issues, I also tried a 3000mah 40c 6s lipo that fit well, I think I can fit 4500 3s lipo for the longer run times.
As Im not flying this as a hot liner I need to use my power system for more than 30sec at a time.
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