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10-16-2005 06:39 PM  12 years agoPost 1
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Anyone running a GoBrushless kit motor on a Hummingbird 3D Pro?

I'm just looking for an economical motor to use while crusing mildly 'round the yar and perhaps harassing the neighbor's cat.

I'd also like to keep the amp draw to a range where my Phoenix-10 won't complain.

When my skills advance I'll look for a hotter setup...I figure I can then rewire the GB motor for use on one of my e-planes.

I'm just not skilled enough at this point to worry about 3D stuff...

Thanks for any info

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