Type: Posts; User: neows6
Jimdog. I tried the 2650kv on 6s twice.... Worked once 46s/25p hit 91 mph. Went mod1 next try. 66750 rpm on mm2 also. Yes you might get lucky and got the motor made on a Monday. Or like me you got...
Same here only 1 side window masks. Tapped them up no problems. Note one side white one side green.
Or the Utility Player.
They are the pro line extended posts. They are actually vertical but the body lines are angled. I didn't tighten them down for the picture only because I hadn't added a cushion yet. Once I add the...
Thanks. I'm still in the don't drive it hard stage looks too nice. :)
Really wanted the body because of its likeness to my 1 scale electric car.
Same for me.
That was dam close to that truck!
What is the thought behind splitting the rear wing? Assist in turning?
If I get some free time this weekend I'll run it in the castle link software
That's a huge track must be awesome.
Have you seen the size of this thing?
According to the leopard website the 5882 is rated at 180 amps.
On 8s 4.2v = 33.6v
33.6 * 180 = 6048watts
6048/746 =8.1 HP
8.1 * .10 loses = 7.29 HP
I too, have the 5882 still haven't run 8s...
That makes good sense mathematically.
25.2 * 200 = 5040
5040/746 = 6.75
Again take 15% off for loses.About 5.7 HP
With 10% loss about 6.075HP
By the way the Erevo slipper clutch is a direct fit replacement but is also beefier. Which handle the increased power.
ESC does 150Amps I think.
4.2v*6cells = 25.2
This assumes no loss which isn't the case of course. We would need internal resistance of the motor and the...
Watts to electrical horsepower
One electrical horsepower is equal to 746 watts:
1 hp(E) = 746 Watts
Are you sure you are replacing them with the heavy duty units. The 6853x and the 6854x? I once picked up 2753x and 2754x which fit just the same. But lasted all of 5 minutes.
Plus nothing broke. Must of did it 20 times. I recorded that with one hand while trying to drive it with the other. When I had both hands I cleared the entire street at full throttle which is about...
Thanks for the build specs
That is poor quality control. I'm sure that's beyond some accepted range of placement.