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Sig Demoiselle: Need Test Flite power package, suggestion, info.

#1
Can no longer get Sig's suggested power pack, but see Test Flite has power packages but don't know which would be right for a Sig Demoiselle. Maybe someone here has run into this before. Looking for suggestion from someone that has familiarity with this plane.
Thanks.
 
#4
Can no longer get Sig's suggested power pack, but see Test Flite has power packages but don't know which would be right for a Sig Demoiselle. Maybe someone here has run into this before. Looking for suggestion from someone that has familiarity with this plane.
Thanks.
I would say use power pack a
 
#7
Here's all I could find in reference to the Sig Demoiselle:
Wing span: 44.5 inches
Wing area: 507.7 sq. Inches
Weight w/o battery: 6.5 - 7.5 oz.
Two micro servos.
Power motor: SIGEPU001 @ 6 - 7.2 volts
Prop size: 10 x 4.75
Battery: 7 cell, 350 may

I wouldn't mind a little slight overpower equivalent power pack if not much more power weight.
Thanks
 

SlingShot

Maneuvering With Purpose
#8
Cool plane. Like modern
ultra-lights. Now where have I seen this before? Oh yeah, here.


Based on the wing-span, prop size and extreme low weight, looks like about a B pack.
 
#9
Cool plane. Like modern
ultra-lights. Now where have I seen this before? Oh yeah, here.


Based on the wing-span, prop size and extreme low weight, looks like about a B pack.

Ha ha ha, yep! I've been torn between the "A" and the "B" power pack. I'm leaning towards the B pack mainly for the bigger 10" prop and a little extra power it has just in case that the A pack with the lower power and it's 6" prop aren't enough thrust, weight. And hope the B pack won't be too much weight. I figure I can always fly the B pack with a lower throttle setting.

There's not a lot of info on the inet on motor substitution. Thanks for the suggestions!
 

SlingShot

Maneuvering With Purpose
#11
Heck, yeah! DVD ordered. I suspect that movie will both suck and be totally cool at the same time. How could I resist? :p I've already got visions of a new challenge flowing through my brain. Body built of skewers, anyone? :)
"G Rated" family comedy. But it does have some very cool, flying replicas.