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Moto Calc will predict weight, current, voltage at the motor terminals, input power, output power, power loss, motor efficiency, motor RPM, power-loading, electrical efficiency, motor RPM, propeller or fan RPM, static thrust, pitch speed, and run time.

By producing a table of predictions, Moto Calc lets you determine the optimum propeller size and/or gear ratio for your particular application.

These five steps are described in more detail below.

The Moto Wizard is described in great detail in its own section of this manual, so we won't repeat it all here. The Moto Wizard consists of a number of pages on which you answer some basic questions about your model, it's intended performance, information about where you fly, and any preferences you may have.

At this point, it's time to install some equipment, and go flying.

For example, the database contains over 3100 motors (including the Actro, Astro, Aveox, AXI, Graupner, Hacker, Jeti, Kontronik, Kyosho, Max Cim, Plettenberg, Scorpion, and Turnigy lines), and 250 different cell types.

If the motor you are using is not included in the database, Moto Calc will help you figure out its parameters from test data, catalog information, or from the specs of another similar motor.

Using color coding, the table will also indicate the model's predicted stalling speed, optimal flying speed, and hands-off flying speed (these speeds are generally at less than full throttle). button at the bottom of the in-flight analysis to display the Mot Opinion page, which will give you a plane-English description of how your plane will fly, and any potential problems with the selected power system.

Based on the information in the in-flight analysis and Mot Opinion report, you may wish to revise or refine your power system.