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Old 04-07-2020, 05:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 4035HT 520 F3C

So i was looking at the egodrift 4035HT 520 F3C for my SAB Urukay. For the moment i have the Quantum 4530 500 Kv witch came with the kit. How is this motor compared to my motor? I am running the 3bladed head with 725 heavy blades. Thanks
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Old 04-11-2020, 01:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Spoke with Vincent about your question, he says the 4035HT should work fine for your application. If you wanted a little more power the 4525HS can also work. Some pilots prefer the 4035HT as a lightweight, more precise setups. The 4525HS are for those that want that little extra power.
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Old 04-15-2020, 03:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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First of all let me say that I'm sorry for the late reply and a big thanks to Ben who has been so kind to already write a small summary of the answer I had prepared for you.

I discussed your question with some of our F3C guys (even ones flying Urukay) and we all agree that the 4035HT should be just fine for your application (and the 725 tri-blades).

If you allow me a general note on the considerations and properties of the 4035HT:

Our Japanese F3C development team (around Masatoshi Iso) tested and compared two of our motors for their F3C machines:

1) The 4035HT F3C and
2) The 4525HS/515

All of them selected the 4035HT, due to the (general) Japanese preference for very lightweight, ultra-precisely controllable machines. The slightly "weaker" motor (compared to the 4525) actually helps to make the throttle - and thus the heli - more predictable and allows for more granular adjustments in flight.

"Western" (American/European) F3C pilots tend to have a slightly different flight style, and ofter prefer a tid bit heavier, more powerful setups - and the 4525HS is the perfect match for that.

So either option will work fine for you, ultimately it comes down to individual preference and your personal flight style.

Hope this helps, thanks again for your question and patience,

best regards

Vincent
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