Motor, prop, battery esc?.

by Don
(Butler, Pa.)

I’ve been out of the RC flying for quite some time, I have a Lazy Bee with a 48 inch wing span, and the fuselage is 30 inches long, never flew it, but want to put an brushless motor, esc, and prop on it for the electric et up.

I don't have a clue what motor, prop and which esc, and battery set up to buy. Can you recommend a suitable set up for the Lazy Bee?
Been out of the game for about 20 years.

Don

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RCG Thread or Moto Calc
by: rcdude07

You can use moto calc tool or read through this RC Groups thread to get information:

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?1174275-Lazy-Bee-48-40-Build-Electric

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