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Old 03-16-2011, 02:46 AM   #1
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Default brushless conversion for um p51 mustang?

hi, wondered how many people have done this, and what gear did you use?
want to try and order it all in one go, motor, esc, prop, adapter etc, so can do it quick
was looking at this motor
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...idProduct=9663
any help much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by collective itch View Post
hi, wondered how many people have done this, and what gear did you use?
want to try and order it all in one go, motor, esc, prop, adapter etc, so can do it quick
was looking at this motor
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...idProduct=9663
any help much appreciated.
thanks
hope this helps

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1169607


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smashing, cheers chellie. wil prob use a smaller esc, want to try an still use 1s lipo if poss. but good piks on how to install motor etc, and neat lil prop adaptor they used
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Originally Posted by collective itch View Post
smashing, cheers chellie. wil prob use a smaller esc, want to try an still use 1s lipo if poss. but good piks on how to install motor etc, and neat lil prop adaptor they used
Hi Use 2 lipos for twice the fun Good luck to you on the conversion, Take care and have fun, Chellie

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hi, im using some nano tech 130mh 25c batts, how would i use these in series/parallel? still new to electric powerr systems, baffles me a bit. about the only setup i chose myself was for my funjet, and that worked well. but for these minis, i wana get ti right. i was thinking of a something like this for esc, looks to be only 3a
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in the video, the guy is using a 2 cell 7.4 volt lipo. look at the 14 second mark.

2 150mah batts in series. About 5minutes flying time

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some more info, the guy that converted his p51 used the info from RemE14MZ as a guide



http://www.youtube.com/user/RemE14MZ#p/u/4/MwN-bWYbOUw

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showp...&postcount=957

AR6400 with Micro Brushless ESC Test
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Demo of AR6400 RX Module, shows typical servo centering jitter and first test of a directly connected TGY 3A Micro ESC driving a 4.6g 3700kv Brushless Outrunner. I put this in a Parkzone Sukhoi and documented the construction of the model in RC Groups, here; http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=12771689&am... ... (more info)


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Current setup
Motor -
AP05 6g 3000Kv brushless direct drive from rotorfever.com
ESC - XP-3A v2.1 3A 1g from HobbyKing.com
Battery - Zippy 240ma 20C single cell from HobbyKing.com (14min flights) 6.19g
Battery - Hyperion 3G 240ma 25C from AlleRC.com (14min flights) 7.09g
Battery - Zippy 350ma 20C from HobbyKing.com (20min flights) 9.22g
Battery - Hyperion 3G 120ma 25C from AlleRC.com (6-8min Flight) 4.34g

NOTE - If you go brushless, don't forget to change modes on the Rx brick's motor port to "brushless mode". See instructions in the photos below.

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Sharlach over on RC groups sells a full kit to convert the PZ UM models to two cell brushless. I used one of his kits to convert my PZ Sukhoi and I highly recommend it, just been out flying it today as a matter of fact.
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1370359

Sure, You could buy all the bits a bit cheaper from Hobbyking (when they have stock) but Dan does all the hard work of modifying and lightening the ESC, soldering on the connectors etc. He also supplies detailed installation instructions.
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Originally Posted by CHELLIE View Post
Hi Use 2 lipos for twice the fun Good luck to you on the conversion, Take care and have fun, Chellie
How do you use two cells with those receivers?
I want to convert mine to brushless too.
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