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Old Dec 04, 2001, 10:25 PM
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Dx (a,b,c,d,e,f)

well im looking for the most thrust with the least amp drainage.

the DX-F seems to put out the best thrust (158 grams) on 7.2 volts on an 14x7 prop with a drainage of 1.65

as compared to the stock Dxa supplied with the TM

DX-A's best thrust is 129 grams on 7.2 volts with a drainage of 1.67 amps

am I wrong but would it seem that that DX-F would seem to be a better choice for all arround thrust to amps ratio?
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Old Dec 04, 2001, 11:16 PM
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As for the TM the best GWS motor for it is the one supplied with the kit. You can't just go by the calcs as each gear ratio is best suited for certain flight characteristics. Also to use that size prop on the Moth would require you to lengthen the landing gear a bunch and it would look really weird!
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