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B-24 or B-17

Caerus

New member
#6
I made a p51 from scratch using josh’s plans and after crashing my trainer and wrecking the motor I haven’t been able to find a good replacement so I made a far lighter plane with my own measurements using the old ft techniques in hopes of using the “1300 Kv” I do have. I have a 30amp ESC and 1100mah lipos after this motors dead. can anyone recommend a better one for this setup or good batteries? All my stuff came out of a skyartec cessna I got off facebook that I couldn’t get working after the original owner crashed it so I put the electronics in the old ft trainer/glider and it worked really good until I crashed it trying to avoid a tree lol
 

mach1 rc

Well-known member
#7
I made a p51 from scratch using josh’s plans and after crashing my trainer and wrecking the motor I haven’t been able to find a good replacement so I made a far lighter plane with my own measurements using the old ft techniques in hopes of using the “1300 Kv” I do have. I have a 30amp ESC and 1100mah lipos after this motors dead. can anyone recommend a better one for this setup or good batteries? All my stuff came out of a skyartec cessna I got off facebook that I couldn’t get working after the original owner crashed it so I put the electronics in the old ft trainer/glider and it worked really good until I crashed it trying to avoid a tree
Flite test radial motors would work good if you want to spend that much.
 

Caerus

New member
#9
I’m not satisfied with Chinese motors so far so if you think it’s worth it I’ll get a couple and see how it works out thank you for the reply
 
#14
hey guys im planning a convair b-36 monster size how would i wire this up with the monster motors and escsi would love to see what you guys can do with a monster size b-36i found a pdf of the 36
 

mach1 rc

Well-known member
#15
Welcome to the forums.You would need to do yharnesses then yharness those together until you get a single connecter to plug into your reciever. That will be a awesome project be sure to post it.