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Phil 918/05/2014 19:59:50
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I have a e flight power 32 setup with 4s 3300 batteries and an 80 amp esc and 4 Hitec 225 MG servos

they were in an E-flight extra 300 32e but the airframe is looking a little worse for ware. What airframes could I buy to suite these.

NigelH19/05/2014 10:54:10
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E-Flite Ultra Stick 25e

E-Flite Beaver 25e with two more servos

E-Flite Pulse XT 25e

Phil 919/05/2014 17:15:01
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the pulse and beaver are a little tame for me the Ultra stick might be ok but I already own a good sports model. I did have a stick before and it was great fun with the quad flaps

is there any pattern type models this may fit?

Phil 919/05/2014 17:21:48
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would a Sebart Angel 30E work with this 4s setup?

Phil 919/05/2014 20:43:36
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maybe that is a draw back of electric power.

it is not so easy to transfer power setups from one model to another

Steve Colman19/05/2014 21:01:16
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Phil,

I think this would be a great high power setup for the Angel 30e.

I fly mine on 2700mah 4S, 55A speedo and a motor of around 150g and a 12x6 prop. I get close to 500w at 36A. The models AUW is 1.6k so I'm close to 150w per pound and it's certainly enough performance for me to fly pattern aerobatics.

Steve.

Phil 919/05/2014 21:15:14
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Posted by Steve Colman on 19/05/2014 21:01:16:

Phil,

I think this would be a great high power setup for the Angel 30e.

I fly mine on 2700mah 4S, 55A speedo and a motor of around 150g and a 12x6 prop. I get close to 500w at 36A. The models AUW is 1.6k so I'm close to 150w per pound and it's certainly enough performance for me to fly pattern aerobatics.

Steve.

thanks Steve what flight time to you get?

Steve Colman19/05/2014 21:37:42
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My Tx timer is set for 6 min which is very conservative and leaves plenty in reserve for fly arounds, emergencies, etc. I also never discharge lipo's below 70%, I could probably easily eek out an extra minute or two but I don't like to push my luck.

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