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Gernot Bruckmann to Fly The Tucson Aerobatic Shootout

Follow Gernot Bruckmann as he prepares for the Tuscon Aerobatic Shootout!

The Tucson Aerobatic Shootout will be held this year, October 17th – 21nd in Tucson, Arizona.  TIMPA is located just outside of Tucson at 3250 N Reservation Rd and gates will be open to the public. Admission for spectating is $5 per person with a maximum of $10 per car. Food vendors will be on site so come by and watch the best pilots from around the world compete for $100,000 in cash and prizes. The best days for spectators is during the freestyle rounds held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  Taken from http://www.tucsonaerobaticshootout.com/

Gernot’s recent Facebook post on September 7, 2018 read:

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Easy 3-Step Process of Designing 2500W Power Package Using Jeti System

Introducing the brand new 180mph (290 km/h) addition to Esprit Tech’s Demo fleet. The Yuri Virchenko’s full composite X-Plus Hotliner/Pylon Racer combined with direct drive Neu 1415/3D motor, Jeti 3300 6S battery, MKS HV6130 digital servos and new Jeti Mezon Pro 80 programmable ESC which gives you transmitter wireless programming capabilities and full telemetry with instant data logging. This will give the thrill that we have been looking for.

Our Easy 3-Step Process:
1. Install Jeti Equipment
2. Turn On, Look at the Data
3. Get a Cold One

Easy 3-Step Process of Designing 2500W Power Package Using Jeti System

Looking For Power?

We have got some set-up suggestions! Check out what you can do with the new Esprit Motors!

E105/20-135 3D HD Outrunner Brushless Motor

E105/20 HD Series
105/20 – 135
Kv (rpm/V) 135
Max Power (W) 8500W
Max Amp (15sec) 180A
Max Efficiency 95%
Io (No load A) 4.4A
Rm (Resistance) 0.0218Ohm
Shaft Diameter 10mm
Gearbox N/A
Motor Diameter 119mm
Motor Length 83.5mm
Motor Weight 1850g
Built in Fan Yes
Max Rpm 7,000
Poles/Stator 28/24
Case Outrunner
ESC Timing 20-25 deg
ESC Switching Freq. 8kHz

 

Model type Motor Controller Battery Prop Power/A/RPM
Aerobatic/3D 105/20-135 Jeti Spin Pro 125 7000 12S Li-poly 30×10 Fiala 4350W/98A/4900
Scale 45 lbs./20kg 105/20-135 Jeti Spin Pro 200 7000 12S Li-poly 32×10 Fiala 5350W/120A/4700
Aerobatic 100-120cc 105/20-135 Jeti Spin Pro 200 7000 14S Li-poly 28×12 Fiala 6750W/130A/5500

E105/30-125 3D HD Outrunner Brushelss Motor

E105/30 HD Series
105/30 – 125
Kv (rpm/V) 125
Max Power (W) 9800W
Max Amp (15sec) 200A
Max Efficiency 95%
Io (No load A) 5.7A
Rm (Resistance) 0.0161Ohm
Shaft Diameter 10mm
Gearbox N/A
Motor Diameter 119mm
Motor Length 93.5mm
Motor Weight 2400g
Built in Fan Yes
Max Rpm 7,000
Poles/Stator 28/24
Case Outrunner
ESC Timing 20-25 deg
ESC Switching Freq. 8kHz

 

Model type Motor Controller Battery Prop Power/A/RPM
Scale/Sport 105/30-125 Jeti Spin Pro 200 7000 12S Li-poly 32×12 Fiala 5350W/120A/4400
Scale 66 lbs./30kg 105/30-125 Jeti Spin Pro 200 7000 14S Li-poly 32×10 Fiala 7000W/135A/5150
Scale 77 lbs./35kg 105/30-125 Jeti Spin Pro 200 7000 14S Li-poly 32×12 Fiala 7350W/142A/4850
Aerobatic 150-200cc 105/30-125 Jeti Spin Pro 300 7000 15S Li-poly 32×12 Fiala 8900W/160A/5000

 

Jeti Model New Mezon Pro 50 ESCs with Full Device Explorer Integration, Wireless Programming & Telemetry!!!

Esprit E105/10-20-30 Heavy Duty 5500W – 9800W Outrunner Brushless Motors w/Jeti Integrated Telemetry

When you thought it could not get any better…. It did! Introducing the newest in motor technology. Hardened steel shaft, 30mm oversize bearing, bolt-on prop adapter, integrated cooling fan and pre-installed Jeti telemetry sensors represent the highest level of quality.

Newest Jeti Studio Update – Now Available!

Some of the things you can look forward to are:
– Added support for custom app repositories.
– Sensor units in the “Available Telemetry” window have been moved to a separate column.
– Added option to change sensor units in the “Available Telemetry” window.
– Log files imported from the MGPS sensor now use increased precision of the GPS trace.
– Log files imported from the MGPS sensor now contain also information about speed and direction.

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Axi Extreme 3D Motors with Jeti Integration

Now-a-days, everything is integrated, and as simply as possible. You can complete your banking from your living room, share your photos anywhere from the cloud, and open your front door from your mobile phone. Why not integrate your flight systems in your airplane? Access your much needed Telemetry data directly on your Jeti Transmitter without the need for additional electronics with the Axi 3D Extreme  Motors! With hardened steel shafts, built in prop adapters, integrated cooling fans and pre-installed Jeti telemetry sensors this line of motors represents the highest level of quality.

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Something New In The Works

Something new is coming to our line of Jeti Pro Power batteries!

Keep an eye out to see what we are adding!

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To Gyro or Not?

Now that most of us are into our flying season, it’s time to dust off those old models that have been hanging around for the last few months.  If you’re like me, spring is a time for me to update those older models and decide which ones are going to get my attention.  Often, I will break out a model that hasn’t seen the air in years.  There is no better time than now to equip a model with a stabilization system of one sort or another.  I can hear some of you griping at me already.  “I never needed a gyro thingy, why do I need one now?”  The answer to this question is, of course, you don’t.  We don’t need a gyro in the plane to go fly it.  For many people, the idea of stabilizing electronics in model aircraft is akin to cheating.  Whether it’s building, flying, or bench-racing that you enjoy most, the point is to enjoy it.  Stabilization systems, or gyros as most pilots call them, can improve the enjoyment that we experience when we go out to fly.  All of us have been through the dreaded maiden flight.  Our hand shaking with the thought of all those hours spent completing a new model.  This fear becomes one hundred times worse when it’s a scratch-built model or something of our own design.  A well-tuned system can help alleviate these fears, knowing that even if the model is a little out of alignment or the cg is a little off, the system will help us keep it in one piece.  Most modelers I know have had a model that is more difficult than others on take-off or landing.  A stabilization system can take your worst nightmare and have you greasing it in like a pro.  And let’s face it, there is no better tool for the new pilot to gain confidence than a model that will always return to level flight.  We, as a community, have to embrace technology for its ability to improve the quality of our hobby experience.  Do yourself a favor; get out there and try one of these systems for yourself.  There are stabilization systems available at multiple price points and varying degrees of complexity.  Shoot us an email at support@esprittech.com for more information on what might be right for you.

-Written by James Shupe

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