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Old 11-24-2011, 12:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone have .lov files on this motor flying hard 3d or high speed setups on 90 size machines?
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Old 12-30-2011, 08:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Anyone have .lov files on this motor flying hard 3d or high speed setups on 90 size machines?
Hi Hermann, this is 2 screenshot of 2 hk4525LE. The 1st, is of standard motor, and the 2nd of motor rewind by me like 1.4 YY wire.

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Thnx Mauro but whats up with the high RPM and 300 amp in 1.4mm! what's your test method, this seems more the kind of graphs for the 4535 in 1.8mm
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Thnx Mauro but whats up with the high RPM and 300 amp in 1.4mm! what's your test method, this seems more the kind of graphs for the 4535 in 1.8mm
Hi Hermann, this log come from one trex 700 with jlog. the amp draw is possible and correct, yes very impressive, but real. Impressive for me is the pilot (my friend), very "heavy" with pitch and cyclic control!! The rpm uni is not correct, no gear ratio set during the configuration.

This motor, used by other pilot during hard 3D normally fly with 250-280 amp spike.

Unfortunately now i don't have any test bench for measuring the motors at my home, but this is in project for the future. now my only test come from pilot and in flight log.

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