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2020-07-06 08:06:42 Helpful (0)
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slineMTM No tengo aún el cargador

2020-01-13 10:37:37 Helpful (0)
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dermo Goodquestion, although there is no identifiable port , perhaps by using one of the supplied cables you are able to achieve this off the 2 cell port. I don`t have any 1cell batteries so don`t have that problem , sorry

2020-01-12 06:45:58 Helpful (0)
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Anthony Krusel 2019-11-26 07:20:08
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Anthony Krusel 2019-11-26 07:14:15
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Anthony Krusel 2019-11-26 07:12:56
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Q: Can it handle the revo 3.3 and does it go faster?

Asked by Theodorethra on 2019-07-29 03:36:35

Anthony Krusel Theodorethra, the 28 is a big block and can be used with a big block conversion kit in the Revo 3.3. However, after conversion, there is not much you can do with the spur gear/slipper clutch gear because of diminished clearance. Ultimately, you have the increased power to push a taller gear ratio; but, the 28 won't spin as fast as the stock 3.3--so, unless you go with larger diameter tires, top speed will still be a problem, if going over 60 mph is your goal. Obviously, a correctly adjusted slipper clutch and reverse delete is needed to not scatter the gearbox. Hope this helps.

2019-11-15 05:20:41 Helpful (0)
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Q: is this work NO.NC?

Asked by rajuaparnathi on 2019-09-15 08:18:46

Anthony Krusel This is a latching switch which means it is normally whatever you wish. Push and release for on/then push and release for off. The button "latches" at a depressed location which closes circuit; then, when pushed and released again, it relaxes to a more extended position which opens the circuit. Hope this helps.

2019-10-01 03:57:39 Helpful (0)
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Anthony Krusel 2018-04-22 13:10:52
These 3-blade props seem to be balanced well, are definitely thicker, stronger, and presumably more durable than the stock B30005 props. There is no deception with the advertisement; they fit the Bugs 3 well and it will fly. If your goal is to increase rotational mass, then these props are for you! Four of these props and four nuts weigh 51.51g (saw some ridiculous picture of a scale reading 9g each for these in a review--LOL). Original Bugs 3 props without the additional nuts weigh 19.19g (no nuts needed since threaded aluminum insert is molded inside the OEM prop)--A difference of over 32 grams. The punch, agility, and stability all suffer tremendously. The motors also run 9C warmer (40C after 2 minute hover stock/OEM vs. 49C with these 3-blade props. The inertial demands of varied throttle on the increased rotational mass further exacerbate the work of the motors and battery. Flipping without landing legs or prop guards results in approx 4 feet of altitude loss and a brief sound of the props brushing the body. My B3 equipped with stock props, landing legs, action camera mount and an SJCam did flips consecutively without straining as it was shipped. The top speed in a straight line seems to be better with these tri-blades than the stock props which may be due to less flex/heavier construction. IF these flew better, I would say they are a great deal for a B3--build quality is great and the price was certainly reasonable. Now, compared to chewed-up, bent or out-of balance stock props that shudder and feedback through the gyro, these are great. But comparing new OEM blades to these new Tri-blades, these just fly simply horrible on the Bugs 3. Can not complain about Ali or the quality of these props-they -just don't work well with this bird. Maybe the 501S does better with these screws than the B3.
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