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Oct 03, 2012, 09:24 PM
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Great, thanks for the quick response. Just received and un-boxed my 58" Edge and presently drooling over it Man oh man, is this plane ever built nice and light. I wouldn't think that it will need much more than about 1100 watts to attain a thrust to weight of 2:1.
Yeah but a Motrolfly DM4315-714 will make an outstanding motor for this plane...and will definitely be more than 1100 watts....

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Oct 04, 2012, 05:08 AM
Byron C
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Yeah but a Motrolfly DM4315-714 will make an outstanding motor for this plane...and will definitely be more than 1100 watts....

SteveT
Thanks for the suggestion. For a 6S setup I was actually considering the DM4315-480. But all my other motors have 6mm prop shafts, and the Motrolfly DM4315 series motors are 8mm. Xoar, Vox and others producing precision balanced wooden props use 6mm hub, at least for props intended for use in up to 60 size models.

So to save a little prop reaming work, and mainly to keep my props cross compatible with my other 60 size planes, I'm going to use the Torque 4016T/500 MKII that has a 6mm prop shaft.

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Oct 04, 2012, 06:29 AM
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Xoar, Vox and others producing precision balanced wooden props use 6mm hub, at least for props intended for use in up to 60 size models.
Byron
huh? havent tried vox, but on xoar and falcon 15x7, prop holes is 8mm... (had to look for insert on hacker motor while torque and osgt33(just for testing, its 8.1mm hub) fits perfect...
Oct 04, 2012, 10:09 AM
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My torque 4016T/500 and my Motrolfly 4315/714 have the same size bolt. Standard Xoar, Vess and APC all fit. I havent tried vox, but im sure its the same. I cant imagine that the Mk2 is different than the gen1 torque motor. I dont know what the size it though.
Oct 04, 2012, 10:50 AM
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Yeah my xoar 15x8 prop fit perfectly on my motrolfly 4315-480.
Oct 04, 2012, 11:09 AM
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I have the Motrofly 4315-480 as well and using Xoar 15x8 on my 58" and just got the 64" MXS with newer Torque and Xoar 16x8 fits perfect. I've not compared but I'm pretty sure the prop adapters and prop holes are all the same. I certainly did not need to ream or shim anything. Both planes have insane power on these setups by the way

Also, I started out with some Airtronics servo's on the 58 which I hated as my ailerons had really bad centering. I found this odd as I had read even though those servo's were slower they had good centering but I could find no binding in the setup. I discovered the Hitec 7245-MH had come down a bit in price since I first looked for servo's, so I replaced them on my 58 and went with them on the MXS as well and they really impressed me the first time out.
Oct 04, 2012, 02:52 PM
Byron C
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Dog gone-it, I'll jack my flying buddy up for telling me that his Xoar props are 6mm instead of 8mm! Personally, I have a handful of new Vox 15x7 and know they are definitely 6mm.

Oh well, Torque 4016T/500 MKII ordered and looks like I'm going to need a metric prop reamer to boot. Phooey!->

Thanks for the clarification guys
Oct 04, 2012, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by 3DeltaFly
Thanks for the suggestion. For a 6S setup I was actually considering the DM4315-480. But all my other motors have 6mm prop shafts, and the Motrolfly DM4315 series motors are 8mm. Xoar, Vox and others producing precision balanced wooden props use 6mm hub, at least for props intended for use in up to 60 size models.

So to save a little prop reaming work, and mainly to keep my props cross compatible with my other 60 size planes, I'm going to use the Torque 4016T/500 MKII that has a 6mm prop shaft.

Byron
I can make you some bushings that you can use to reduce 8mm reamed props back down to 6mm...

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Oct 04, 2012, 06:37 PM
Byron C
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I can make you some bushings that you can use to reduce 8mm reamed props back down to 6mm...

SteveT
Many thanks for the kind offer Steve, but looks like I'll need a prop reamer instead in order to use my Vox 15x7 props (6mm hubs) with the Torque Revolution 4016T/500 MKII. I guess what crossed me up was looking at the 4016T/500 MKII specs. that mention 6mm shaft. Apparently it's the motor shaft that is 6mm, not the prop hub shaft which is 8mm according to some of the guys that posted just above.

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Oct 04, 2012, 07:55 PM
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Hotay...

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Oct 04, 2012, 08:41 PM
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Oct 13, 2012, 01:22 PM
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hello everyone , i have the yellow one and its outstanding in every way , but i have a problem as i seem to burn out my motors quickly , i run 6s batts , and have gone thru a few of this motor ........http://www.modelaccessories.co.uk/em...att-470kv.html i run a 15x6 apc or 15x8 vox prop , but that can be changed , could someone point me in the direction of a motor that i can get in the uk or sent too , that lasts more than a few flights , i do like run flat out in some maneuvers and i can only assume that , thats the reason its burns them out , i run a castle 100amp speedo which shows a 70amp peak with 1500watts , but the average was far less , after flying HK for a while , i`ll now agree that 3DHS are AWESOME , razzz
Oct 13, 2012, 02:32 PM
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hello everyone , i have the yellow one and its outstanding in every way , but i have a problem as i seem to burn out my motors quickly , i run 6s batts , and have gone thru a few of this motor ........http://www.modelaccessories.co.uk/em...att-470kv.html i run a 15x6 apc or 15x8 vox prop , but that can be changed , could someone point me in the direction of a motor that i can get in the uk or sent too , that lasts more than a few flights , i do like run flat out in some maneuvers and i can only assume that , thats the reason its burns them out , i run a castle 100amp speedo which shows a 70amp peak with 1500watts , but the average was far less , after flying HK for a while , i`ll now agree that 3DHS are AWESOME , razzz
For my 58" Edge I'll be using Extreme Flight's Torque Revolution 4016T/500 MKII, which is good for 60A. cont. (80A. peak) and 1200+ watts on 5S or 6S. Recommended props include 15x7E, 15x8E, 16x7E, 16x8E (wood props).

Maybe some of the other guys in here can tell you what they've had success with, but right off Hacker motors come to mind and are also worth considering.

BTW, check out the Extreme Flight's EU distributors listings if you're interested in trying the Torque motor:

http://www.extremeflightrc.com/html/international.html

HTH, Byron
Oct 13, 2012, 04:32 PM
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hello everyone , i have the yellow one and its outstanding in every way , but i have a problem as i seem to burn out my motors quickly , i run 6s batts , and have gone thru a few of this motor ........http://www.modelaccessories.co.uk/em...att-470kv.html i run a 15x6 apc or 15x8 vox prop , but that can be changed , could someone point me in the direction of a motor that i can get in the uk or sent too , that lasts more than a few flights , i do like run flat out in some maneuvers and i can only assume that , thats the reason its burns them out , i run a castle 100amp speedo which shows a 70amp peak with 1500watts , but the average was far less , after flying HK for a while , i`ll now agree that 3DHS are AWESOME , razzz
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Originally Posted by 3DeltaFly
For my 58" Edge I'll be using Extreme Flight's Torque Revolution 4016T/500 MKII, which is good for 60A. cont. (80A. peak) and 1200+ watts on 5S or 6S. Recommended props include 15x7E, 15x8E, 16x7E, 16x8E (wood props).

Maybe some of the other guys in here can tell you what they've had success with, but right off Hacker motors come to mind and are also worth considering.

BTW, check out the Extreme Flight's EU distributors listings if you're interested in trying the Torque motor:

http://www.extremeflightrc.com/html/international.html

HTH, Byron
Motrolfly motors are the best ones IMHO. I've got a Motrolfly 4315-480 in my yellow 58" Edge. An awesome motor for the plane, I also run on 6S, comes down cool every time, even after intense 3d flying. I've heard these motors may be hard to get in the UK, however... Are you in the UK?
Oct 13, 2012, 05:22 PM
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yep , i`m in the uk , i`m up to trying any motor thats a good-un , i`ll contact westlondon models about the torque motor , altho i can not see it listed , i have read many great reports about the Motrolfly motors , but can`t see how to get one to here ?


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