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Old Nov 16, 2006, 11:14 PM
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Most Lucrative use of CC10....

Yes its true, the orignal model prototype submission to SpinMasters was presented using two CC10 on twin Feigo motors for the differential thrust steering. The orginal creator Ernest Butler AKA UAVpilot, right photo........

I would need to win 2 TB9 to convert my StormLauncher to brushless
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Old Nov 24, 2006, 09:30 AM
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Actually, thats not true. The original twin prop job that we submitted to SpinMasters used regular brushed GWS IPS motors, not brushless, so the were no brushless speed control used. Sorry.
It had 120 grams of total thrust and weighed 170 grams AUW with 2 cell 340's

I did not try a brushless one till much later on the factory ones and >this< was the results
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