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>> Home > Forum > Electrical Related > choosing an electric motor
choosing an electric motor
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Haverlock
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Forum Posts: 473
27th Nov 2017 08:42  
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Since quite a few boats were intended to run IC engines and now we use electrics these two pages may be of use to those scratching their heads as to the size of brushless to choose

http://lmmac.net/i-c-to-electric-conversion-table/

http://www.cmfhobbies.com/IC-Engine-to-Electric-motor-convertion/I205.htm

Hope it helps someone


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