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Old 05-05-2014, 06:11 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by RVDriver View Post
Right Chellie, This is all I get for a answer "Brushless is better"


Plane type:Hobby Zone Super Cub S. Think they are the only ones with "SAFE" Tech thats what the "S" is.
Whats Needed is Specs when asking this type of Question. if this is the plane, a person can give a better Answer, Lots of Super Cubs out there.


Wingspan: 47.7 in (1212mm) Overall Length: 32.5 in (826mm) Flying Weight: 25.2 oz (714 g) Motor Size: 480-size brushed motor (installed) Radio: DX4e 4-channel transmitter (included) Servos: (2) SV80 servos (installed) Prop Size: 9 x 6 Recommended Motor Battery: 11.1V 3S 1300mAh LiPo battery (included) Flaps: No Retracts: No Charger: DC 3S LiPo balancing charger with AC power supply Is Assembly Required: Yes Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour Plane Type: Scale Civilian Experience Level: Beginner Power Plant Size: 450-480 Electric Recommended Environment: Outdoor Fuel Type: Electric

This would be a great motor for the Plane listed above, you will need the extra power to fly off of water with Floats, this motor will give you a better than 1.5 to 1 Power ratio, use a 3 cell 2200 mah lipo of about 40C and a 10x6 prop, for max Thrust, use a 40 amp esc,

With a Brush motor you may or may not be able to get off of the water

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