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Old 2017-10-02
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Merci beaucoup.
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Une question Dan; combien as tu de projets commencé en même temps?
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Oui, c ‘est un grand problème. Avec les années, j’ai l’impression que le temps ce n’est pas asses et que je ne peux pas fait tout que je désir.
Sont démarré : Bounty, Spacewalker 1/3, Bird Of Time et Aeronca. Dans la liste d’attende sont Pou du ciel, Lazy Bee, Rascal, etc, etc…
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Un très grand dilemme : thermique, ou électrique. Je ne trouve pas un GP-19, qui rentre dans l’avion. Saito .40 c’est trop grand et trop lourde. Le LA 15 est, un peu trop petit, un petit peu. L’option est, pour moi, un RimFire .10 ou un LA 15….
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Devine ce que je vais tu suggérer
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For a plane with a 72" wing span ... the Saito 40A doesn't seem to large ...
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Dan, assuming the mass to be around 2000g, and 165w/kg for scale-like flight, you are looking at a 330w powerplant. The 0.15 will give 200w(underpowered) while the Saito0.40 will be around 520w(overpowered).

A four stroke 28 would be a perfect fit...

I believe an electric motor in the 0.10 range like the rimfire will provide the power you need, by adjusting the prop size. Actually, a low kv electric gives you the flexibility of going from 3S to 4S and boosting power significantly if needed. I am using a Turnigy G15 on 4S and it is delivering in excess of 400w, and it doesn't even get warm (spinning a 11x5.5, with a 4S lipo).

Let us know your choice,

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OS 25Fx

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Je vous remercie pour attention.
- Dans l’article ils sont très précise que .19 c’est la bonne choix. Voir la photo.
- Ou je peux trouver un 4T .28 ?
- OS 25Fx c’est trop, je pense. Voir le table.
Saito c’est, je dirais, mieux que OS 25…
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Les différences entre McCoy 19, OS 15LA si Saito 40.
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