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    Very nice too.πŸ‘
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    RNinMunich
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    That was also my first thought MartinπŸ‘
    So Jacko, that means that all of the above applies also to your boat!😊
    Happy shopping and boating. Cheers Doug😎
    Young at heart - slightly older in other places πŸ˜‰ Cheers Doug
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    I do believe that's a Sea Commander, an Aerokits model.

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    jacko
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    I to am looking for advice in motor and battery combo for this boat and anybody knows what this is 😊 its 34 inchs long
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    RNinMunich
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    No sweatπŸ˜‰ Hope it all works out.
    BTW: Canabus got me started on brushless last year. He answered my plea for help upgrading my old Sea Scout. Everything he recommended is now fitted and works a treat, with power in reserve. 😊
    All the best, Doug 😎
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    Sorry Doug. Nice post. Many thanks.
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    Er, that was me πŸ˜‰. Have fun and don't blow anything up! 😲
    Cheers Doug 😎
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    Thanks again, Canabus.

    Well explained. Hopefully now I can find something that fits the bill.

    Best wishes

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    Hi Maorkullen,
    kv means rpm per volt applied.
    Thus the 1100kv motor does 1100rpm / Volt OFF LOAD!
    3639: These 4 digit numbers generally mean diameter and length; i.e. 36mm diameter, 39mm length.
    xS means the number of cells, of nominal voltage 3.7V for LiPos.
    Thus 3S is a 3 cell battery of nominal 11.1V.
    25C is a theoretical measure of maximum short term current the battery can deliver in terms of a multiple of it's nominal capacity in Amp hours.
    Thus in this case 5.8 x 25A = 137.5A. But not for long!! and afterwards the battery would most likely be wrecked and useless.πŸ€”
    So it's really only a marketing gimmick not to be taken very seriously.
    Hope this unravels some of the mystery, cheers Doug 😎
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    Hello Canabus. Just looked at the motor and battery info you supplied and neither of the specs are available or have been superceded. The problem for me is that I do not understand what all the figures mean. As an old electrical engineer, 1100kv means to me that it is 1100 kilo volts!! I dont think so! Other than being a part number, does 3639 mean anything? Similarly 3S? Lipo 5800mah OK, but 25C? is there a site anywhere which will explain these number to me?

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    Maorkullen
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