I will remove thrust angle. How about, a2212 1000kv motor with 80x40, weighs 600g is it suitable ?
Thank you for answer.
If that’s 600g without battery, then it’s almost 50% overweight. The plans say 408g. It will still fly, but it will have to fly faster to avoid stalling which makes it more difficult. Go for it anyways, but try to get going as fast as you can on the ground before giving up elevator and then only give it enough elevator to slowly take off. I also started with an overweight airplane and made the same mistake that many others do. I pulled up too soon without enough speed, stalled, and rolled to the left into the ground.
Also, 8x4 is a bit small. That motor can handle a 10x4.5 or 10x4.7 slow fly. Check the motor temperature with your fingers when you land to make sure it isn’t getting too hot, but I’ve never had a problem with mine. The Cub needs all the prop it can get.