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Douglas Wheelhouse 130/06/2019 18:13:38
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Hi , can anyone tell me the motor size and brand that they would recommend please for the 45" Tucano

Thanks Douglas

Peter Miller30/06/2019 20:27:07
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I already posted that on your other thread

**LINK**

leccyflyer30/06/2019 21:47:51
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That link is for the 30 inch Tucano. For the 45" Tucano I used an AXI2820/10, 3s1p 4500mah Lipo and 10x7 prop, which gives good performance. Mine is fitted with the tricycle undercarriage. Cheaper motors are available than the AXI, but that's a straight drop in for the motor mounting plate that was fitted.

Chris Bott - Moderator30/06/2019 23:42:06
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Plenty to read about the Tucano in this forum section, Douglas.

Douglas Wheelhouse 101/07/2019 14:31:44
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Thanks to everyone who replied to my post which I found very helpful, Really appreciate it

Thanks Douglas

S V13/09/2019 18:53:58
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Hi All,

What is the recommended IC engine size for the speed 600 45" Tucano.

Thanks!

leccyflyer13/09/2019 19:29:21
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A .25 cu in two stroke would be more than sufficient.

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