NZ sports electric class

Re: NZ sports electric class

Postby blitzu » Sat Feb 22, 2014 7:40 pm

Is that in the avonick or reverb...? What kind of times is that doing with the above mega srtup? Cheers
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Re: NZ sports electric class

Postby Jacko » Mon Feb 24, 2014 11:23 am

Ive used it in both, its faster in the avionik obviously, but hauled the wasp around well. Did 1:30's with the wasp (when I was really new at it), I did a 1.21 with the avionik using it (with 5 close cuts, and some wobbly lines) the other day. Its definetly fast enough and fits the rules.
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Re: NZ sports electric class

Postby blitzu » Fri Feb 28, 2014 11:10 am

Cool-cheers for the rules... 8-)
So we can run as many cells as we want then? Nothing written about max cell count :D

Bro I need the FULL rules before I can plan my attack! :twisted:

So no battery capacity then..? ....NICE!!

Hope this does' nt change cause it'l put me off as I'm already planning around the above rules....please clarify :?:
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Re: NZ sports electric class

Postby Jacko » Fri Feb 28, 2014 10:58 pm

5S was the max cell count in the rules, which is heaps. 500W is totally doable on 3S, your just wasting money if ya wanna go HV :D

500W is 500W, If you get their through voltage or current there is no difference in performance. Going HV is certainly more expensive though :mrgreen:

No battery capacity limit, but again, there is no gains to be had with a giant capacity pack, it'll just slow ya down around the corners.



Getting around the course cleanly is the best plan of attack, and will easily result in the best gains.
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Re: NZ sports electric class

Postby blitzu » Sat Mar 01, 2014 8:21 am

Yup cool...5s max and no mah capacity limit... ;)
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Re: NZ sports electric class

Postby Geoff » Sat Jun 14, 2014 2:47 pm

Under the proposed remit rules what would be the better brand and size of motor to use?
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