|May 21, 2005, 03:21 PM|
Joined Aug 2002
Honey Bee FP, On 8-Cells or 2-Cell Lipo?
Hope one of you guys knows the answer to this question, I have got a Honey Bee FP that I have been flying on a 7-cell Nimh pack. Can I use a 8-cell Nimh pack without fear of burning out the electronics or motors? And how does the Honey Bee fly with a 2-cell Lipo TP 1320 pack?
|May 22, 2005, 12:49 AM|
Never used Nimh, but a 2s 1320 TP lipo should do well with long flight times. I use them on my FP hummingbirds and get 20 some minutes per pack. You'll probably have to build a simple battery tray, as can be seen in recent threads, as the battery is so much lighter the heli will be tail heavy. Get a lipo voltage warning too and be carefull to charge and handle them properly.
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