|Dec 29, 2005, 08:49 PM|
E-Flite Ultimate Fx 3D Motor Question
Hopefully I posted this in the right section.
I just finished the new Ultimate 3D and have a question that I have not been able to accurately get a firm answer by using the "search function", so here goes.
The instructions call for an Outrunner Park 400, 920Kv motor with between a 10x4 to 11X4 prop. I just happen to have a new Park 400 but it is only a 740Kv. Will it work and should I still use a prop in the range described? I would really hate to go buy another 400 and my in-runner 370 fried while flying my T-38 last week (370 motor + 1900 MAh battery + 8x8 prop= disaster )
Thanks for your help in advance...
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