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dropcop
01-05-2007, 02:02 AM
I am new to the electric models and wold like some infromation on converting a Cessna 337 by Marutaka. This is a 1/6th scale model all balsa and will be finished in 3/4 oz glass. All up weight around 8 lbs. This is a pusher puller and was originally designed for two .40 glow engines. Wing span is 73 inches and am limited to a 10 to 10.5 inch propr due to space litations between the tail booms. I am going to finish it in the Navy Blue and Gold as it was used afted Nam when it was turnewd over from the Air Force to the Navy as a range controller at Fallon Nev. Any help in selecting the correct Motors, ESC Battery packs would be greatly appreciated. Roger (dropcop) Gresens San Diego CA

termite
01-05-2007, 05:07 AM
If your sure about the 8 pounds finished weight then take a look at the Mega 600/20/6;
http://www.dynamoelectrics.com/detail.aspx?ID=802

I would go with the Phx45 and a 3S Poly Rc 3300 using an APC 10x5,
this should get you around 400 watts per motor or 100 watts per pound total system power.

This will fly an 8 pound airplane with authority :D

Randy
Dynamo Electrics

dropcop
01-05-2007, 03:40 PM
Randy,
Thanks for the information. I'll be checking it out. Will have to check my exact finsih weight but I'm sure it's going to be in the 8 lb range. Any how thanks alot. roger;)

bruff
01-06-2007, 12:27 AM
See
http://www.wattflyer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=145
for conversion of the KMP Cessna 337
Bob