|Jun 29, 2001, 07:37 PM|
Wattage B-2 motors on 7 cells?
We have a fun thread going over in Foamies about converting a FF molded foam N9M flying wing into an R/C model. (23" span, 100 sq in)
I'm getting pretty good park flyer-like results with two Wattage B-2 motors (not loose generic N-20 motors) and the stock black props and a 6 cell 150 mah Nicad.
What kind of luck and motor longevity have people had when using the B-2 motors on 7 cell nicad packs? (again, 150 N type nicads)
What about a better prop? I got some of the orange B-2 replacement props to try, as well.
Would U-80s be a better choice?
|Jun 30, 2001, 06:05 AM|
I burned up two of the B-2 motors on my B-36 using 7 cells and U-80 props. Back to 6 cells now. Also burned up four B-2 motors on my C-130 using 6 cells and U-80 props. Have yet to burn up the B-2 motors in my B-2 using 6 cells and the stock props. Guess I've been working those poor little motors too hard in the other two planes.
|Jun 30, 2001, 04:42 PM|
But, I can see where the greater load of the U-80 props AND 7 cells might be bad. My B-2 motors are not even warm on 6 cells.
I was talking 7 cells and the old, stock B-2 props. I got one yes vote from Paul Willenborg, so far.
Are you getting better performance on 6 cells with U-80 props?
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