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shadysadie

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aeronaut Queen - brushless
« on: October 04, 2018, 02:45:03 PM »

Hello again folks. Back in April I asked for advice regarding converting my 34" glass fibre hull "Huntsman" to brushless, using a spare 3639 1100KV motor and received a lot of helpful advice. Eventually, I fitted a Turnigy 3536 1400KV aerodrive which I also had spare, together with a 40mm. bronze prop. and tried it out on 4S li-po power as these are the only batteries I possess. The performance is amazing, very fast, planes beautifully, good in the turns (with care!) and motor/ESC stay very cool. It is probably a little over powered but, as I was told, " you don't HAVE to use full throttle".


So, back to my real question, do you think that the above combination will work in my Aeronaut "Queen" which I now find very lacking in performance on a speed 600 brushed motor having sampled the heady delights of  brushless . I shall still run on 4S as these are my only power source but would consider 3536 1200KV if this would be more suitable?


Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
David.




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Re: aeronaut Queen - brushless
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2018, 02:08:37 PM »

Hi David
If you still have the 3639-1100kv use that as will still give you 12,000 rpm on 4S.
For the "Queen" cabin cruiser it will give you a good turn of speed.
Same ESC and prop size.
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Re: aeronaut Queen - brushless
« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2018, 03:40:37 PM »

Thanks canabus.
I still have the 3639 and will follow your advice.
David.
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