How do you like those props with that motor?
It's really too much motor for that prop (extra weight), but the course I was running I needed to prop down and I like the durability of these props. A lighter weight 2205 2400-2500 would be my choice for those props I think. Bigger course though the tri props on these motors should be good. I haven't gotten to run them yet.
Yes, that was my assumption as well. I think those props would benefit from either a lighter motor or higher kv. I have the same motors as you. I'm thinking something like the Dal Cyclone or RK 5051 might be better suited. So far I've only tried the cyclones and they seem to perform well. Very durable as well. I have yet to compare other props
I agree on those two prop selections. This isn't my run, but it's the course I was running with these props. Very tight, so that much power would have gotten me in more trouble. Better off propped down a bit and the more durable bi props that day.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYbd3n5qMGo&list=PLzhAwPXfar-PaKv81iqf3zgZ46slIslVt&index=30
wow, nice track. Looks pretty difficult too. Is that based on the MultiGP Regional finals track? It looks somewhat similar
Good eye. There's a few elements from the regional finals track and the rest is just a gauntlet of things. The guy that sets it up has a 3" lightweight so the course usually favors tight and twisty. Only a few of us run out there. For our bigger club races the courses are bigger and more open. More than a few people on this course would have a lot of mid-airs. Great practice though.