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Author Topic: Power plant for Force .40  (Read 13444 times)

Offline Ehsan Morshedi

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Power plant for Force .40
« on: July 20, 2016, 04:45:01 AM »
Hi every body,
What would be a good electric power set up for a force .40 at elevation of 2000 feet ?
I can only access to O.S. & Emax & dual sky motors and also dual sky and emax ESCs?
I will also use a Hubin's timer.

Regards,
Ehsan

Online Tim Wescott

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Re: Power plant for Force .40
« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2016, 12:14:36 PM »
Hey Ehsan:

Pick through this thread in the Gettin all AMP'ed up! section.  Look for a plane about the same size as your Force (or, just look for a Force).  There should be plenty of good setups to work from.
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The problem with electric is that once you get the smoke generator and sound system installed, the plane is too heavy.

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Re: Power plant for Force .40
« Reply #2 on: July 20, 2016, 09:05:17 PM »
That was very helpful
Thanks.

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Re: Power plant for Force .40
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2016, 05:17:36 PM »
Hi every body,
What would be a good electric power set up for a force .40 at elevation of 2000 feet ?
I can only access to O.S. & Emax & dual sky motors and also dual sky and emax ESCs?
I will also use a Hubin's timer.

Regards,
Ehsan

One of the best electric set up is from Eric rule.  The Black Tiger 3548 is a very good combo.  The Foece I have has a Turnigy 3538 motor, Castle 50 amp ESC, 4cell 2700 TP pack, props APC 12X6" E left hand.  More than enough power.
Later,
Mikey


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