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Old 03-31-2014, 04:21 AM   #1
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Default Converting a gas .45 trainer to electric

I want to convert a fixed tricycle (nose wheel) trainer that has aluminum tubing fuselage and plastic wings (similar to corrugated cardboard but plastic) about 130 cms wingspan. Weights about 2.7 lbs without .45 cc gas engine. What is the recommended e-engine, ESC, battery, and prop for the conversion to work?
I might have to convert it to a tail-wheeler
Thank you for suggestions
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