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Old Aug 15, 2008, 01:10 PM
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Turnigy c3530-1100.. What plane?

I want to put a 3D plane together around this motor... I'm really new to electrics so I'd like all the info your willing to give me. I love to build, I've been flying glow for 4-5 years. I can do some basic 3D stuff already so I don't need a "3D trainer". What do yall recommend?
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Old Aug 15, 2008, 02:42 PM
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You can easily fly a 3D plane of about 20oz. with that motor. Might I suggest a Multiplex Park Master.

Don't let the foam construction fool you. The ELAPOR foam is very strong, and easily resists the minor dings and nicks that 3D flying can produce. Plus if it does break, it's only 5 minutes, and a bottle of thin CA away from being fixed (accelerator can speed this process up).

Vertical performance should be great with that motor. Also, you should use a hobby city zippy 1300 mah 25C lipo in the plane to get awesome 3D performance.
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Old Aug 15, 2008, 03:08 PM
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Fliton Inspire Mini

I using the Turnigy C3530-1100 in my Inspire Mini with an APC 11x5.5E prop and a 25C 3s-1350mAh DN Power and an Xcite 3s-1300mAh 25C batteries. Excellent performance at about 280W~300W burst at roughly 24oz. AUW.

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Old Aug 15, 2008, 11:14 PM
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I using the Turnigy C3530-1100 in my Inspire Mini with an APC 11x5.5E prop and a 25C 3s-1350mAh DN Power and an Xcite 3s-1300mAh 25C batteries. Excellent performance at about 280W~300W burst at roughly 24oz. AUW.

Ron
Good numbers, right up there with the best of them in that class.
I've been kinda wondering about the 35-30's, especially that SK version.
They are a bit stingey with the spec's on the regular 35-30 on their site...

Pretty much anything will work with that motor... all of the small Eflight's and Electrifly's.
My personal choice for any motor that size/weight/power, at least until the 3DH 540 or profile comes out would have to be the PA Addiction.
That thing is rumored to fly like none other.
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