im making a quadcopter and im looking to make sure to see if i have enough lift to get this thing into the air
here is what im using
4x Power 52 brushless motors
- Equivalent to a 46- to 55-size glow engine for 5.00- to 7.50 lb (2.20 – 3.40 kg) airplanes.
- Ideal for 40- to 50- size 3D airplanes up to 6.00 lbs (2.70 kg)
- Ideal for models requiring up to 1650 watts of power
- Capable of up to 65-Amp continuous current using 4S-6S Li-Po packs
4x (14*7 inch) propellers
4x 6s Li-po batteries to power the motors
and a 680 mm carbon fiber frame
now each motors provide about 6-8 lbs of lift, once we put everything on the frame, i.e. motors, batteries, servos, etc, its going to weight around 10 lbs,
we want to know if the motors are strong enough to get this thing in the air?, and if so where can we get these motors for cheaper since 100$ for each of em is really expensive?
thanks for the help