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If you have the RG411 in your parkzone glider and its been in thermals then perhaps the info about that receiver is a bit miss leading
but in a bigger heavier model i would still go with the RG631 as it has basically dual receivers eg: main and satellite
As for the electric motor work on 100 watts per pound and you will not be far out
eg 4lb model requires 400 watt motor and then you can work out what esc you need I would suspect about 60 amps
No you need the rg631b as this is full range
The rg411b is only classed as a park flyer which is not full range
Electric motor and esc you need the equivalent of an sc40 which you should be able to find on the interwebby thing
The rg631b receiver has a satellite receiver connected to it and is full range with telemetry that’s why 2 antenna’s on the main receiver and only one on the satellite
The rg411b has telemetry but is classed as a park flyer receiver hence no antenna
As for servo’s like you say those are 20 years old so new would be the best bet at that price
Those servo’s should be ok
With regard to the two voltages those servo’s run on both what you normally find is at 4.8v they have a slower time and less torque than if they are running on 6.0v
How old are these servo’s???
If in doubt change them for hitec HS311 as they are £37-00 for 4 from the servo shop
maybe cheaper at other retailers???
What are the servos eg futaba, hitec, sanwa etc
Ordinary hitec servo’s HS311 should be ample for that model
why not get another receiver for your jr set
most glow plug engines sell for a pittance on ebay so try the BMFA web site
Ian is correct as you only want one ESC feeding your Rx make sure all plugs are orientated correctly and there should be no reason why it should not work.
I agree with what others have written, £28,000 is nothing compared to what was spent buying and setting up the national centre at buckminster. Should all aspects of our hobby be catered for ? not just one or two
Having no problems logging in either the web site or the forums maybe at club night this could be explained before the talk.