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Old 01-17-2009, 05:36 PM
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OK I know someone has posted about this motor before but can't seem to find out much about it.I am thinking of maybe using one in a Great Planes PT17 Stearman that I'm doing as an electric.I have a couple other motors that I have I could use but I have an E-flight 110 setting on the shelf waiting to go into something.Any help about this motor would be great as I have read that it works best on 10 cells Lipo but its rated at 8-9 cells Lipo so if anyone can help me out as to battery cell count,best prop.What they are pulling for numbers as I can run numbers all day but someone that has real life use of the motor and what they found out about it.Thanks,John
These are the spec'ss to the plane
SPECIFICATIONS
Stock Number: GPMA1349
Top Wingspan: 71.5 in (1815 mm)
Bottom Wingspan: 69 in (1755 mm)
Total Wing Area: 1466 ft² (94.7 dm²)
Weight: 14-15 lb (6.35-6.8 kg)
Wing Loading: 22-23.5 oz/ft² (67-72 g/dm²)
Length: 57 in (1450 mm)
Engine Required: 2-stroke or 4-stroke .91-1.20 cu in (15-20 cc)
Radio Required: 4-channel with 5 servos
These are the motor spec's
Power 110 BL, 295Kv

EFLM4110


2000W
.03 ohms
1.20A
55A
65A24-328-917.5 oz
(490 g)
2.50 in
(63mm)
.30 in
(8mm)
2.10 in
(54mm)
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Old 01-18-2009, 06:18 AM
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I havent used one of those exact ones but the Eflight specs are generally in the ball park at least.

You should be safe starting there and adjusting prop size as needed to fine tune it.

On a bipe, I generally prefer larger props so I would tend to lean toward the lower side of the cell count range in order to keep the prop size up as much as possible - but thats just me
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Old 01-19-2009, 02:24 AM
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Thanks Larry I'm just trying to get a feel for the motor and with props costing what they do for me here in Canada I'm hoping to find one very close so as not to have to spend alot finding the right one.John
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Wish I could be more help.

Good luck!
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Old 01-19-2009, 05:46 AM
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I would start with a 17by8 prop and a 85 amp esc.
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