I have a Mega 16/15/4 I might part with if you're interested. Currently on my Stryker.
Heck the Stryker is a "pre-Q" model. I haven't followed all the model designations. So if you want the whole thing, we can talk about that as well. I'm pretty sure I can pull the vertical stabs out and make a reinforced box for it and ship it flat.
Or maybe you were talking something more insane...
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How fast are you looking to go? It'll take more than a 400 size motor like the 16/15 size to get better than stock performance.
You'll also need something that can bolt up to the plane. Standard inrunners won't fit without serious modification.
A Mega Q-option motor is available that will bolt straight up to the Custom RC Parts Q-option inrunner mount.
Here's a pic of the Mega Q-option motor bolted up.
You can get the 16/25/2ECQ for 3S and 4S performance and speeds of 120-130mph.
It'll be $125 shipped.
A 16/25/3ECQ for $125 shipped will get the same speeds but on small 6S, like two 3S 2200 batteries run in series. The plane will fit them with a little digging.
For even better speed, like up to 150mph, you could run a 16/40/2ECQ on 6S. Or a 16/40/1.5RECQ could run large 4S for the same speeds. These would run $149 shipped.
A 16/25/2ECQ or 16/25/3ECQ could be ready in three weeks.
One of the larger motors would be ready in 4-6 weeks, as they're all built to order.
Let me know if you want to get one. All motors are brand new.
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