|Feb 25, 2008, 12:06 PM|
Joined Dec 2001
Excellent 50cc Conversion for IMAC competitions
Congratulations To Jeff Szueber who WON the recent EMAC competiton at Silent Electric Flyers of San Diego. This is an Electric Scale Aerobatic contest that is put on monthly at the SEFSD field.
As an additional note, each aircraft must fly the pattern sequence twice before landing, About 8-9 minutes. Therefore it is important that the electric system is both Powerful and Efficient.
Here are the details of the Aircraft:
Airwild 50cc 29% Extra 260: http://www.airwildhobbies.com
Hacker A60-18L Brushless Outrunner Motor
Hacker MasterSpin 99amp ESC
12S-5000mAh TP Extreme V2 Lipoly packs
24x12 APC-E prop
JR/Spectrum 2.4gHz + All JR servos
Here are the Specs:
AUW ready to Fly - 16lbs 15oz.
Full throttle Current - 87Amps@43.2 volts
Full throttle Watts - 3,750 watts input
Full throttle Prop RPM - 6100 Rpm
Full throttle Thrust - 34lbs static
Full Throttle Pitch speed - 68mph
Please see attached pics..
|Feb 25, 2008, 09:08 PM|
Congratulations Jeff ! Maybe now you can get Ray Fulks to dust off his electric Extra and put that gas stuff away .
|Feb 25, 2008, 10:04 PM|
Thanks Jeffrey !
Ray's my bud ....... even though he does go over to the dark side from time to time .
|Feb 25, 2008, 11:12 PM|
College Station, TX
Joined Feb 2007
I'd like to do some bigger conversions, but don't have the $$$ right now unfortunately. I just got one of the EF Extra 300's (50cc), but I'm going to have to stick with old technology in it for now.
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