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Re: Leccy Lanc XI
« Reply #960 on: June 06, 2018, 14:57:02 PM »
cant find a turnigy 5055 400 unless it is the SK 5055-07 from around 2011 would that be the beasties?
I am not getting enough amps in simulation for that so perhaps it is something else.

BD-  Attached are screenshots of the eCalc estimates.  To increase the pitch speed the only practical way to do it is to go to a 6s pack.  It could be as simple as series and paralleling some inexpensive 3s packs to gain 6s and capacity.
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Re: Leccy Lanc XI
« Reply #961 on: June 07, 2018, 08:32:40 AM »
Thanks for the replies so far guys!
I'm going to recheck the throttle calibration and RPM readings - I seem to recall from my smaller lancaster build that the pitch speed was reccomended to be 50mph, so I'm certainly off at the moment.... No reason to suspect the bigger one would be any different - unless I've missed something!

Intriguing that one of the eCalc tables shows exactly that .... 😎

I've got some new 14x10's to try, so will do some more testing..

Watch this space

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