Three Blade Prop For 96M606-Bigfoot-60-400Kv Or 110-295Kv
Need your experienced opinion!
I plan to compete with scale three blade prop and Tru-Turn spinners.
Prop clearance permits a 15.5 scale diameter.
I have an 81" OV-10D NOGS NAA Bronco I am matching motors to.
This is to be competed with and want it to use three blade props.
Trying to decide between the 60 and 110 versions of the HobbyPartz Big
Foot motors which I understand are compared to Horizon's motors on an
equal step for step basis.
60 size: 96M606-Bigfoot-60-400Kv 11S max
110 size: 96M607-Bigfoot110-5325-295Kv 14S max
I want to keep everything cool while pulling with adequate torque.
Which are you using on what airframe with what draw and temperature
Thanks in advance for your help!
When weight and cost are not issues... get the bigger motor.
You can always "under-prop" and/or go with lower voltage if you find you have too much power.
The bigger motor is going to be able to spin a prop closer to scale diameter.
I don't have a big Tacon... just their 25 size, but its working great in a .40 (glow) class model.
I have E-Flite Power series motors in 15, 25, 60 and 160. I had the 32, but sold it with a model I was tired of flying. All very nice motors, but a bit expensive.
I'd say the Power 25 is a little better than the Tacon 25... but not enough better to really be worth the added cost.
I didn't find the Tacon series until I already had the E-Flite motors.
look at post #20 and #21
I appreciate your and everyone's contrbution to my wading through the lack of twin scale electric projects. While few
in WattFlyer understand competitive flying scale modeling, I am taking the path to share a scratch project from cradle
to grave in the B-47 threads (3).
Funny how the foreground with a twin propped scale subject is identical in experience within WattFlyer or for that matter
"anywhere". As these things tend to be, pain and agony, and we tend to be a little more than OCD about each we do.
Those with the experience commonly hide the details under their nearest rock.
I attribute that to the fact electric is borne from DIY, as is everything outside the current mainstream of glow and gasoline.
Don't know if its the fact some of us have watched gas prices steadily climb and the mess of glow continues for a while until
gas ends that part of the hobby.
The reason I made duplicate inquiries should be obvious as I sought those with a scale aka heavier airframe experience.
Thoughts of flying a 40# EDF would scare most within WattFlyer.
We are beginning to see more and more large scale electric feedback to the advantage of everyone here. I for one will be
posting results as this project moves forward.
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