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PhilDou
I've always really liked my microjets. IMO they are unbeatable, gram for gram.
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ghostrider03z
They are, just i can buy two motors for the price of one microjet . I really dont care if my motors life ends 1 month earlier than the microjet.
Crashing is part of learning. If you don't have any, it's like getting an F
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PhilDou
Plus they are my little hosses!

I never put more than a 20amp esc, run WOT, and always expect everything to come back cool!
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Ya my parents expect me to help out around the house ( my allowance is food ).

hahahahahah same here if i want money.... i need to sell something like a rc car or something
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themit24
Hi Guys i looked at the NTM 2200 for my pink pylon racer pictured on my avitar in the end I went for the slightly more powerful NTM 3000/ 755w
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=21483

I have a video of my first flight with it first on three cell and then on four using a 5x5 prop. The plane is made from ply and balsa so is not that light but the motor still made my pulse race a lot. I was thinking of sticking one in my bixler 2 but I think it might disintigrate.
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themit24
Hi Guys
I have now stuck the ntm 28/26 2200kv in my Bixler 2. I have been running it on 3 cell with a 7x3 which is fine but I also tried it on 4 cell with a 6x4.
It really transformed the Bixler which handled it great. here is the video.
all the best Steve.
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Jeriah
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Whats terrible is that i ordered $350 worth of parts February, $130 in March and now this order in april....its a bad addiction

correction, its an awesome addiction . but yeah ive been trying to cut down on the rc budget. the only problem is... I don't have one . TERRIBLE!
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Jeriah
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The Microjet V3 is a custom motor made for RCPower's planes and sold only by Grayson Hobby. No one makes a similar motor.
Look at the weight;

    • The Microjet V3 weighs 34 grams, and puts out 22oz of thrust with a 3 cell LiPo.
    • The 2200KV NTM Prop Drive weighs 87 grams, and puts out 40oz of thrust with a 4 cell LiPo.


The one Scott showed you is a standard motor for our planes, it weighs 50 grams, and puts out 24oz of thrust with a 3 cell LiPo. I personally like the Microjet V3 better, but the one Scott pointed out is a good motor.



yeah the micro jet is light but it does not make the plane fly fastest than with the ntm.
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ghostrider03z
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correction, its an awesome addiction . but yeah ive been trying to cut down on the rc budget. the only problem is... I don't have one . TERRIBLE!


When youre 14 and your dad is constantly reminding you "You would rather have a car than this when you are 16!"....its bad
BECAUSE I KNOW I WOULD RATHER HAVE THE PARTS THAN THE CAR!!!
Besides, the planes and stuff can make me money in the long run
Crashing is part of learning. If you don't have any, it's like getting an F
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yeah the micro jet is light but it does not make the plane fly fastest than with the ntm.

That's like comparing a Hemi to a nascar motor.
If you used a 2200mAh battery with an 87gram NTM Prop Drive
At the same mAh to motor weight ratio
That’s like a 860mAh battery with a 34gram Micro Jet V3
With a 860mAh 3s battery, the Micro Jet V3 would be off the chain.

The power system weights:

1000mAh battery 25c, 99 grams
Micro Jet V3 34grams
Turnigy AE-30A Brushless ESC 39 grams
This power system weighs 172grams, and puts out .6kg of thrust

2200mAh battery 25c, 237 grams
NTM Prop Drive 87grams
Hobbyking SS Series 60-70A ESC 90 grams
This power system weighs 414gram, and puts out 1.2kg of thrust

The power to weight ratio is 3.5 for the Micro Jet system, and 2.9 for the NTM.
The Micro Jet V3, for its weight , is a higher performance motor; it gives you more bang per gram.

There is no doubt that the NTM will go faster. In a V1 plane, it will plow through the air at the slower speeds and will land like a brick. This motor is at home in a V2, and in large fields.
In a V1 plane, the Micro Jet V3 is quick and nimble. It will flies like it’s on rails, and lands like a feather. It is, by far, a better beginner motor, and is the better choice for smaller flying areas.
Both are great motors and do what they are designed to do well.
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Jeriah
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When youre 14 and your dad is constantly reminding you "You would rather have a car than this when you are 16!"....its bad
BECAUSE I KNOW I WOULD RATHER HAVE THE PARTS THAN THE CAR!!!
Besides, the planes and stuff can make me money in the long run


Exactly! But...... I also want a car and I'm saving up for one sooooo I'd better stop the spending for a while dang-it!!!!!!!


If you were inside your plane... You would never crash.
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