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Old Sep 03, 2008, 09:25 AM
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Hey guys

just to let you know the Reapers have arrived .only look if you want to fly the best. all motors approved by www.3DHobbyshop.com the best planes in the world.

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Old Sep 03, 2008, 01:54 PM
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I don't want to be picky, but I noticed in your motor charts you give "Current" - for example <13A for the GR20 - but when you proudly list an impressive amount of "Thrust" (1.76lb = 28oz = 800g)... that was apparently measured at 20A/216W. If the motor is rated at/limited to 13A max (say ~135W) then why take it well beyond its reasonable limit just get an unattainable/unsustainable thrust figure??

There are lots of motors one could pour vast amounts of current into and get apparently impressive numbers - but if they fry within seconds... how does that help the "real-world" pilot?
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Old Sep 03, 2008, 03:14 PM
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oops

sorry phil

check with the web guy tested current and amps is the continuos. i will have him fix it.

scott

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I don't want to be picky, but I noticed in your motor charts you give "Current" - for example <13A for the GR20 - but when you proudly list an impressive amount of "Thrust" (1.76lb = 28oz = 800g)... that was apparently measured at 20A/216W. If the motor is rated at/limited to 13A max (say ~135W) then why take it well beyond its reasonable limit just get an unattainable/unsustainable thrust figure??

There are lots of motors one could pour vast amounts of current into and get apparently impressive numbers - but if they fry within seconds... how does that help the "real-world" pilot?
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