|Sep 26, 2004, 07:19 PM|
Joined Jun 2002
F-86 Sabre - My first EDF project
Here's my first EDF attept:
Go brushless 20mm, 10 magnet motor.
6.6 oz AUW with 3s 600 MaH Li-Poly.
It flies well, but I would love to have a little more power. It will rog in about 25 feet and will climb at a decent (although shallow) rate. It will loop with a dive and will roll reasonably well. The wing is flat bottom, so it won't fly inverted.
|Sep 26, 2004, 09:08 PM|
I was flying my Cd-Rom EDF-50 flea tonite. I too would like more power.
Here's what I have:
16 turns, wye
Flying on 3S340
I saw the video posted in foamies of the Superflea, it's a cdrom edf-40, it's flying like 80 mph. I'd like that. Any advice is appreciated.
If we can figure that setup out, it would make that F86 go ballistic.
|Sep 26, 2004, 11:24 PM|
Joined Sep 2004
Try using a 5-bladed fan..Balsa Products has them.I have one in a Fantastic Jets mig-15 using a Conversion motor works cd-rom.
The thrust output is almost scary,climbs at 70 degrees after
leaving a easy hand launch
|Sep 27, 2004, 07:54 AM|
Joined Jun 2002
I tried the 5 bladed fan, but I didn't get much more out of it. I think I loaded up the motor too much and drew more current than the motor could efficiently handle.
The plane was built using a hot wire from 2" foam. The front end of the fuselage was cut using a template on the front and the back of it, as was the rear end of the fuselage.
- Brad Q
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