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Technical, Techniques, Hints, and Tips => BRUSHLESS Motors and Speed Controllers => Topic started by: Tug on April 27, 2006, 09:42:20 PM

Title: Brushless motors and their quirks and controllers
Post by: Tug on April 27, 2006, 09:42:20 PM

Well, I think this one is right for Eddy,

What brushless will match performance and longevity of batteries coupled with control unit;  to say a Graupner 600 SP on 8.4 volts?

 [and all that went on one line ]? ;D

going for twin prop setup but faster,

What do they weigh in comparison?

What are the quirks, obviously cost comes first?? ?Tug
Title: Re: Brushless motors and their quirks and controllers
Post by: EJL on April 27, 2006, 11:26:52 PM
Hi Its a bit late at night I will answer this in the morning

 Ernie Lazenby
Title: Re: Brushless motors and their quirks and controllers
Post by: gribeauval on April 28, 2006, 02:02:21 PM

Well, I think this one is right for Eddy,

What brushless will match performance and longevity of batteries coupled with control unit;? to say a Graupner 600 SP on 8.4 volts?

 [and all that went on one line ]? ;D

going for twin prop setup but faster,

What do they weigh in comparison?

What are the quirks, obviously cost comes first?? ?Tug

Have a look at the info about brushless motors and controllers on this site:

www.pt-boat.com (http://www.pt-boat.com)

John Drain has done alll asorts of comparisons and the results are superb, check out the videos of his model on the water and marvel at the performance!!!!
Title: Re: Brushless motors and their quirks and controllers
Post by: Martin [Admin] on April 30, 2006, 11:15:24 PM

I've seen that site Mike.... very performance don't you think.... for Concord :o

Title: Re: Brushless motors and their quirks and controllers
Post by: gribeauval on April 30, 2006, 11:27:22 PM
I would love to see the enemy try and catch that PT boat!!!!! ;D ;D ;D