|Jul 16, 2012, 05:12 PM|
Joined Nov 2007
Hey all, I have a BBY Micro Scat Cat, that has been sitting around for awhile. What would be a good KV rating for this hull. It is 15 inches long and has ride pads installed that add about an inch in length.
|Jul 18, 2012, 05:22 PM|
I'm pretty sure it uses a 480.
"Adding to the fun is a Micro Scat Cat powered with a AON brushless T2815 3000kv motor this little cat is a hand full of fun. One of my Friends (Bill Oxidean) put in a 19t motor and 8 cells in a SAW setup and set the record at 40MPH. Lets see what you can do with one!"
|Jul 18, 2012, 07:20 PM|
That is actually a little conservative. A 24mm inrunner between 40mm and 60mm in length would result in a racier setup.
This would give you a sportier, easier to maintain setup aimed for around 25000rpm.
3400kv for 2s; 2300kv for 3s
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