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Old 02-05-2012, 12:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, packs are the last thing I need to order for my E7, what kind of
pack weight are you guys running? I'll be running the Xera 5325-500

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There are a couple discussions about batteries, but I run two different types. I have a couple sets of the Hyperion vx g3 4200mah 6s and a Voltz 12s 3700mAh stock pack. I know many run bigger 5000mah packs but the weight is noticed.


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Old 02-05-2012, 03:01 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I am running 12s 4K packs in my Logo 600se, and so I was thinking about the same for the E7, but I was thinking that the motor would be hard on them, so maybe I should go with 5K packs.
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Ok, packs are the last thing I need to order for my E7, what kind of
pack weight are you guys running? I'll be running the Xera 5325-500

Thanks. Jake
I'm not familiar with that particular Xera motor. Is it one of their 10K watt motors?
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Sorry, typo on the motor. It's the Xera 4530-500kv
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Sorry, typo on the motor. It's the Xera 4530-500kv
That motor is capable of pulling 10,000 watts. If I were using that motor I'd want good quality 4500 to 5000 65C as a minimum.
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That motor is capable of pulling 10,000 watts. If I were using that motor I'd want good quality 4500 to 5000 65C as a minimum.
That's kind of what I was thinking.....
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I'm running a Xera 4530-500 (Black Mamba) in my E7. I have tried different packs in the past but I'm currently flying TP 6s 4400 65c, these feel much better than 5000s and I did not really loose any flight time. I get just over 4 minutes with this setup at just over 2150RPM and 13-14 degrees of pitch. My flying style is smack 3d and big air fast (power hungry )



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