SamTexas wrote:10% is the minimum to expect.
I'm not making any claims... where do you get that idea from?SamTexas wrote:No. You have evidence to the contrary?
TylerDurden wrote:These guys have been doing fairly well with brushed motors:
John in CR wrote:...anticipating Sams weak jab TD easily slips it, and steps in countering with a devastating right cross that knocks Sam out in one punch.
Thank you Jeremy. Good to hear from you!Jeremy Harris wrote:I've been away from here for a fair while, and it looks as if things have gone a bit downhill...............
Miles wrote:Thank you Jeremy. Good to hear from you!Jeremy Harris wrote:I've been away from here for a fair while, and it looks as if things have gone a bit downhill...............
Just a blip, I think....
Weight: Empty weight 170Kg (374 lb0. Takeoff weight 247 Kg (543 lb)
Airfoils: NACA 0012. 8-H-12. A lift test with the machine resting on 4 scales and stabilized by sandbags revealed that the thrust was 260 Kg with NACA0012 airfoils, which were later replaced by 8H12 airfoils. In the later test the lift went up to 310 Kg. With an all up weight of 247 Kg, the power margin was sufficient for takeoff.
Rotor: 710 RPM.
Motor: ELECTRAVIA http://www.e-motor.fr/welcome.php Lynch Motor. It is made in India. It is brushed.
Reduction: Cog belt. Ratio approximately 5.25:1. Check with Pascal
Battery: LiTHIUM BALANCE.
SamTexas wrote:cgbjake wrote:10% is nice,
10% is the minimum to expect.
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