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django

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Clyde Puffer Build
« on: September 10, 2013, 11:19:21 AM »

Hi I am soon to start my 3rd Puffer in 1/24 th scale . This time I would like to do something new to me by using a brushless motor & esc. I would like some advice from the forum as to what size of motor etc I would need to use . Obviously speed does not come into it & as I have a good supply of 12 v 7ah gel batteries running time should be ok as well whatever I use . I would like to get everything in one go ie motor , esc( & programmer card if available ) so some advice on where to buy for best price/service etc. Also would prop size be an issue   Thanks              Django
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Re: Clyde Puffer Build
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2013, 02:53:05 AM »

What prop size is the first question, that will determine the motor KV and size required. Can safely say that the lower the KV the better for a puffer though  ok2 
Lets say its a 40-55 mm prop though, a 700 Kv motor on 12 volts would be OK, a tad fast but the throttle stick can be moderated.


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