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02-07-2006 05:55 PM  12 years agoPost 1
Cyrell Sneer

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Hi,

I´m new to this forum my name is Tobias and I´m from Germany. I´m 23 years old and flying helis for 2 years now.
I was wondering if anybody of you here is flying this motor:

http://www.freakware.de/shop/artike...ow_artikel=9817

In germany this is "THE!" T-Rex motor I fly it by myself and it realy is a powerhouse with a 15 teeth pinion you have a headspeed at around 2700rpm without any bogging whatever you do!
Maybe someone would like to give it a try it realy outperforms the 450TH easily. Hope you understand me my english isn`t to good.

Tobias

Lovin my Rex

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02-07-2006 06:03 PM  12 years agoPost 2
spork

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Actually your english is better than about 1/3 of the americans on this forum (including myself). At 450 watts I'd think that motor would suck the lithium right out of the battery. What cells do you use? Do they get hot? What kind of flight times?

RC

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02-07-2006 06:14 PM  12 years agoPost 3
Cyrell Sneer

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Hi,

Thx for your nice words. I`m using a Flightpower 1800mAh Evo20 Pack in a three s setup. The 450 Watts are only the maximum current of the motor, that it it is able to handle continious. The battery just get´s a little bit warm. I´m flying it for about 8 minutes in 3D and as I said without any bogging but on your forum I´ve never seen anyone flying this thing so I wanted to know why. I know the motor is quite expensive but it´s worth it for sure. As I said in Germany everyone who want´s real power is flying this motor. A plus is that you can use a four s setup also for ultimate power.

Tobias

Lovin my Rex

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02-07-2006 09:59 PM  12 years agoPost 4
Rmac41

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Sounds good
Can you post the spec`s ?
I can get the inportant things but the weight does not seem to be listed.
thanks,

Rick McCullough < Stockbridge, Ga.>

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02-07-2006 10:32 PM  12 years agoPost 5
Cyrell Sneer

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Hi,

of course I can here they are:
FW Rex Superdrive SD260
KV: 2300U/min
Weight: 90g

My Rex:
Servos: Graupner C261(that are JR-Servos but dont know which type)
+ HS 81 on the Tail(to test)
Gyro: GY 401
ESC: Kontronik Jazz 40-6-18 (Governor mode) best ESC I ever had
Receiver: Graupner SMC14 (also a JR Product)
Blades: Align 325mm Pro (the gray ones)

Tuning: Align CFK- Frame, CFK- Tailboom, Align Alloy Head, Proheli Freestyle MP Conversion
weight overall: 740g

I´m sorry that I cant post pics cause I dont have a digital camera.

Tobias

Lovin my Rex

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02-08-2006 12:49 AM  12 years agoPost 6
spork

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At 90 grams it doesn't sound like a light weight (my JGF 400DH runs 42 grams). But it sounds like a great motor. I'm not aware of anyone using them in the U.S.

RC

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02-08-2006 01:37 PM  12 years agoPost 7
Cyrell Sneer

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Hi,

your right it isn`t a lightweight but I also have had the 400DH a time ago and you can`t compare the Power of this motors.

Tobias

Lovin my Rex

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