owenh
ok ok another battery question
well I have a hawk sky and a ez hawk (dont ask why ) but any way my cheap lipo lvc broke and now i cant tell when my lipo voltage is low, so whats the usall battery run time for the standard lipo i think its a 1200mah battery but correct me if im wrong and my while set up is stock so same motor ect... i need to know for both batterys
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VallieJean
perhaps restating your question, clearly, will help others know what you need...
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jcrankshaw
Plug your battery into I like tacos and have to go to work in the sky hawk takes a 1800mah 3S steak n' shake... Well said Val!
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Argonath
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ok ok another battery question
well I have a hawk sky and a ez hawk (dont ask why ) but any way my cheap lipo lvc broke and now i cant tell when my lipo voltage is low, so whats the usall battery run time for the standard lipo i think its a 1200mah battery but correct me if im wrong and my while set up is stock so same motor ect... i need to know for both batterys


This is simple.

If my "Interpreter" is working correctly, he broke his cell spy voltage checker (Y'know that little thing we plug into the Lipo's balance plug to see what the voltage in each cell is?) and can't check what the voltage on the lipo is.

So as a result, he wants to know what the approximate run time of the stock battery in these planes is.

Now I can't answer this question as I don't have either of these planes myself and it's also subject to how the person flying the plane actually flies to begin with. Some who has either a Hawk Sky or an EX Hawk might be able to better answer this question.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F.
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poplharris
5 minits max
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owenh
jd

yeah soz for the post was using my tablet pc, but 5 mins really when i go full speed the whole time I get 7 or so mins ,but yeah lvc = lipo voltage cheker but A good we thing for 2$ if yo don't stand on it like me
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skydrol
I have the Hawk Sky and it came with an 1800mAh battery, so I can usually fly for about 15 to 20 min. However, it does depend on how you are flying that day. I would tend to get it up high and let it soar around with the throttle off to increase flight time.
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Mr.Pilot101
It all depends on how you fly. If you like to glide for 15 minutes you'll 40 min run times. That's why everyone says to keep the throttle to a minimum. Don't fun full blast. I ran my Hawk Sky for 1 hour and 15 minutes because of 20 mph winds.
EVERY FLIGHT is a TEST and every CRASH is a LESSON!

Dave Herbert

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Argonath
Ok, that'll be $50 interpretation fees...
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Foam and Tape
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Ok, that'll be $50 interpretation fees...


LMAO, hahaha...
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rcPhyco
is a home made battery with two 9vlots hot glued together a good battery?
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Mom: what?
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ahhhh Hi?
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