|Nov 07, 2012, 12:09 PM|
Giant Scale TF P-40 Electric
I am finishing up my 60 size P-47 and moving to a GS TF P-40 and converting to electric. Anyone have any recommendations on a power setup. I really want to use a scale 3 bladed prop as well. I used a Hacker in my P-47.
Lastly anyone have any servo recommendations. I used the recommended Futaba servos for the P-47 but and wondering if I should use the TF recommendations or ? I use a Spektrun DX8 radio/reciever.
|Nov 07, 2012, 12:28 PM|
Is the new P40 a 60 size as well? I'm not familiar with the plane. Whats the biggest diameter prop you could turn for clearance? Whats the estimated AUW. What servos are recommended?
Imo, any 60 size can use 6s, and motors can be found to turn 16" 3 blade props without a lot of difficulty. You need approx 125w/lb to fly well.
Give us a little more info. Doug B
|Nov 07, 2012, 12:32 PM|
It is the giant version. I was looking at 2 6S packs for a toatl of 12s. Here are the specs from the TL site:
Please note: all recommendations were the best choices available at the time of product release. Please check with your dealer for additional choices.
DLEG0055 DLE Engines DLE-55cc Gasoline Engine
FJIG0144 Fuji-Imvac™ BT-43EI-2 43cc Gasoline Engine
FUTL7639 Futaba® R6008HS 8-Channel 2.4GHz FASST™ Receiver
FUTM0102 Futaba S9402 High-Speed BB Servo (6)
FUTM0075 Futaba S9001 Coreless BB Servo (3)
FUTM4385 Futaba Heavy-Duty Switch Harness (2)
FUTM1285 Futaba 1500mAh NiCd Receiver Battery (or equivalent)
HCAM2721 Hobbico® 24" (610 mm) Pro Series HD Servo Extension (2)
HCAM2711 Hobbico 12" (305 mm) Pro Series HD Servo Extension (5)
GPMM1100 Great Planes® Large Scale 1" Single Side Servo Arm (2)
GPMM1110 Great Planes Large Scale 2" Single Side Servo Arm
JTCG1035 J'TEC Radiowave Muffler
Wingspan: 86 in (2185 mm)
Wing Area: 1262 in² (81.4 dm²)
Weight: 23-24 lb (10.4-10.8 kg)
Wing Loading: 42-44 oz/ft² (128-134 g/dm²)
Length: 72 in (1830 mm)
Requires: minimum 5-channel radio with fixed landing gear (9-channel or greater recommended) with 9 servos, 43-55 cc gasoline engine.
Please consult your dealer or the instruction manual for recommended products.
|Nov 07, 2012, 12:56 PM|
Wow, no 60 size here!! I've only built one 12s plane, an Areoworks 50cc 300 Extra. Iused a Suppo 7035-9 (190kv) tied to a CC110HV esc. It spins a 23/10 prop with no effort, showing 4200 watts at 99a. Motor comes down barely warm at that rating, maximum is rated 6000w. It weighs 3 lbs, uses Da 50 mount patterns.
I'm positive it could spin a 21/22" 3 blader without issue but have no tests.
FWIW, I used HD Power 9150 servos (rated 226ozs) in this plane, digital metal gear, have stood up very well at $33ea. I got them from SDS Hobbies.
Beyond this, afraid I'm not much help. Doug B
|Nov 08, 2012, 10:12 AM|
I'm running the Hacker A-60-16 L on 12s 5000 mah in my hanger 9 gs P-47. With a 20x15 prop. It has loads of power it's 23 pounds.
With a three blade you would be better off with a lower KV.... I have the A-60-18L in my gs extra 260 on 12s...it swings a 24x12 prop with no issue.
So that would be a good pick for a three blade prop, but your going to have to play with props until you find one that works well.
You may even want a bigger motor for a three blade prop, and not sure if you need nose weight? is so the Rimfire 65cc may be a good choice to get weight up front and turn a 3 blade easy... again your going to have to play with props until you get the power you want
|Nov 16, 2012, 02:37 PM|
United States, IN, Indianapolis
Joined Dec 2006
I'm enjoying the Hacker Q80-8M on 12S in my 87" Sbach 300! Setup information and video below.
|Nov 17, 2012, 01:26 AM|
|Category||Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Sold||P-40 giant scale by Top Flite LPU||Karpinski4137||Aircraft - Fuel - Airplanes (FS/W)||2||Jul 03, 2012 03:10 PM|
|Sold||TF Giant Scale P-47||corsair167||Aircraft - Fuel - Airplanes (FS/W)||0||Jun 21, 2012 10:21 PM|
|For Sale||TF Giant scale P-47 Thunderbolt.||dirtdiver||Aircraft - Fuel - Airplanes (FS/W)||7||Sep 11, 2005 07:33 PM|
|com[are-TF Giant scale P-51 with Hanger 9's 1.50 sized plane||peterpont||Giant Scale Airplanes||15||Apr 07, 2004 10:12 PM|
|TF.Giant scale P-47D Thunderbolt||dirtdiver||Aircraft - Fuel - Airplanes (FS/W)||9||Oct 19, 2003 10:05 AM|