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Prellyan 08-28-2013 10:02 AM

UMX Sbach 342 3D BNF Basic
 
Hi there,

I have been flying parkzone micros and enjoying them immensely since i can keep one in the car for after work and lunch breaks. However the motors don't seem to last very long (google search reveals a common problem apparently) so after looking around i found the e-flite micro with rave reviews.

e-fliterc.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdID=EFLU4950

Just a few quick questions since I am moving out of the territory of 1s 180mah 3.4 v and into the 2s variety.

The above comes with a 180mah 2s battery. I have a 1300 2s from another plane lying around and wondering if that would fry the motor and/or electrics of the e-flite.

I have read a few posts regarding batteries but a straight up answer would be appreciated since I am in australia with a very small flight population and not very informed hobby shops.

Cheers

AEAJR 09-25-2013 02:45 PM

You don't say what kind of batteries these are but I presume they are some kind of Lithium batteries. 2S 180 and 2S 1300 will be the same voltage so no problem. But the 2S 1300 is going to be MUCH heavier and so might not be suitable for your plane.


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