Hello all. I ask to answer that who has knowledge. The su 35 plane model weight is 2100 grams. impeller of 10 blades. battery of 35 c of 5000 Ach... There is an advantage of the motor or not. Thanks for the help.
Greetings, it's not complicated. You just have to design a wooden stand or PVC to screw. The engine will be in the fuselage. I recommend you get bigger the hole in the fuselage so that it can rotate freely and make a hole for ventilation of the engine. If you do not motor rotation melt the Styrofoam.
Saludos, no es complicado. Só*lo debes diseñ*ar un soporte de madera o PVC para atornillarlo. El motor quedará* dentro del fuselaje. Te recomiendo hace má*s grande el hueco en el fuselaje para que pueda girar libremente y hacer un agujero para ventilacion del motor. Si no lo haces el giro del motor derretirá* el Unicel.
How many cells and how much current did it draw? This is made for a 70mm fan, with up to 4 cells, (only 3 cells with CS 10 or 12 blade). 7" is 168mm!!
Cant say it`s not good when you dont use it for it`s purpose.
remauled,7x7 prop is way too big 6x4 max at 3s better 5x3-4,4s use 4" prop.h.k. also makes a propdrive 3000 kv motor under parkflyer size motors I think the max prop for that one also is 6x4.If you want to run 7" prop with a 28mm. motor try 1400-1700kv and mabe only 7x4 or7x6 not 7x7,otherwise you need to move up to 500 size motor.
Hi edfman, you're right. Typically a 28 or 70mm (3000kv) motor can be adapted for use in a FJU or pylon type application with a 4.75x4.75 prop. I've pushed it to 5.5x4.5 and it works too. At 7x7, that's when the motor did not work :-(
Hi Magnus, I think comparing cross-sectional fan blade area works better than intepreting 7x7 as 168mm edf as a 2 blade folding prop can have smaller blade area than a 7 or 9 blade high thrust edf. That said, I did take this motor beyond its limit and it did not perform there.
Even if you have a video it will still be hard to see how it performs from a video. Trust me when I say this is a very good motor for a 6 blade 70mm edf sold here. I have 2 of them and they perform excellent. Read my review.
THANKS scottybr!get my award?
i previously ordered 2 sets.with apc style prop 5x5, 4.75x4.75. 2 packs B-Grade lipo 2650mah 4s 40c.
my intention is to use this motor along above mentioned parts in my homemade extreme-fast wing(such as frank77 made 1 & in his video of 'mini L-29 edf' sells here).
my concern is, will any of the parts above harm this motor in such way to get all-out power performance of this motor?some user here says he use up to 5.5x4.5 wit no problem,but didnt mentioned whether he use 3 or 4cell...
pls,somebody give comments..
Ok...I dont want anyone to lose their mind over this question. Here it go's I'm looking for a economical motor for an HK450 application ...the specs on this motor look like it would be a good fit. I see that everyone is using this motor for EDF's. The price and the spec's look as if it woould also make a good Heli power plant. So what do you think fella's? I would appreciate some feed back.
Only setback is the 4mm. shaft.Most helis use 3.17mm.shaft don't they?The turnigy heli motors with the red ends seem to be a fair price and the ones that I have tried(in edf mode)seem to be very good motors
Iron*man you can use this motor in 450 heli but you would require pinion gear that fits on 4mm shaft and also require to remove some material from motor mount to fix this to heli. i tried to use it on my heli but it is very difficult to mount the motor on to the heli.better using it as a EDF motor
Thanks scott, its just my zyphyr doesn't seem that fast, its not bad if i take big run-ups but not much power for climbing, my modified bixler out climbs it with ease and is nearly as fast, also the zyphyr is slow when against a bit of wind and makes a horrible noise, any suggestions?
If you go by the spec sheet for the EDF fan it will take a motor of maximum diameter of 28mm. The 2226-3000 motor has a diameter of 29mm so it most likely will not fit in the ducted fan's motor housing. The www.link will fit in the housing and has the correct shaft size and motor mounting holes. The motor is slightly slower than the one you chose, 2800kV vs 3000kv. hope this helps.
Because of the power ratio it can be more than 56pcnt but as this motor is quite efficient with 4s I do not expect more than 70pcnt, so according to the 1200g with 4s it can be 670~840g. At 132g not much use with 3s I would say.
The weight of my plane is about 90 ounces = 2.5 Kg. The recommended power for good performance is 790 watts[ From a software on 2bfly****].
So can I use 2 above motors each producing 600 watts to power 2 E.D.F in my aircraft and will they be able to do so?
hi buick. as you mentioned the weight of you plane is 2.5kg is it all up weight or just the bare kit weight.the watts you mentioned depend on type of plane.if its edf type its okay and you must be sure that all up weight must be with in 2.5kgs.if you can add more details about your plane like battery used and type of plane you can get more accurate help.
I see no reason you could not use this motor on a heli. Just make sure the mounting is secure, and the pinion gear is attached to the shaft securely. Note that this motor has a 4 mm shaft, and likes to run on 4s. At 40 amps, it should make your 450 heli really jump.
There's enough wiggle room in the mounting for the motor. The 1mm wont hurt anything, word of advice if you're going to use the 6 blade close down the shroud gap for maxing thrust. I used gorrilla duct tape, just one strip will do
yes it will work. you will need to make sure you have a 4mm shaft adapter though. The HK 68mm edf sold here comes with a 3.17mm adapter. Might be easier to just order the 6 blade 70mm edf sold here. You can get the whole unit for under $6.00 I have tried this 70mm edf with this motor and it is a very good combo. The 70mm comes with a 4mm adapter.
Ermm The Motor tube in a Wemo Minifan is 29mm (the Cheap HK copy is similar) This is a 29mm diameter motor it not fit that EDF. It will also not fit well into almost Nothing that it could reasonably power. Whomever designed this lives in a Cave,
I use it in my Vampire, using the Vamps original (T50?) shroud, cause it has a slightly bigger motor tube. It does work in the CS shroud too, but motor have to bee good centered. I have rewind my motor to Kv3300 and is runing it on 3 cells 3300mAh in the Vamp. 50A, ~550W
Why have you changed the numbering system? It is confusing enough with all of the different makers having a different system for their motors. Now the numbers in the motor designation do not match the dimentions of the can.
Yeah. This motor is slightly bigger than the turnigy 35-36 3200kv that some have pushed with a 5s pack. Having a lower kv at 3000 and being that it is slighty bigger it may handle 5s. I ordered 2 but I don't have any 5s packs. Guess I'll see how much heat I get on a 4s.
This motor's dimensions: Length B (mm) 47 Diameter C (mm) 29 Can Length D (mm) 28 Total Length E (mm) 62
Turnigy 28-36 3200kv: Length B (mm) 37 Diameter C (mm) 28 Can Length D (mm) 22 Total Length E (mm) 55
The 28-36 3200kv has routinely been pushed to 60 amps, which on a four cell is close to 900 watts. Looking at this motor's specs I am betting it is at least as good. Lower kv of 3000 and the fact that it is 6mm (1/4") longer than the 28-36 3200kv motor, I think it may do 1000 watts and maybe on 5s batteries. I'm kind of excited about this one guys!
This is supposed to be an EDF motor. How would you mount a backplate inside and EDF fan? What other accessories can you use in an EDF fan, except maybe some bolts/screws? Other than an EDF fan, heli or gearbox, what else can you use a 3000kV motor at 4S for? None of those will need a backplate nor other accessories.
Nice fit and finish on this motor. Comes as shown in the pictures with no accessories. The specs on this motor are accurate except for it being 29mm diameter. Fit nicely into a 28mm fan unit so I am assuming it would work on all of them. Put this motor in my f-15 with this 6 blade fan unit: www.link tried 3s 2200mah 40-50C lipo. not a very good combo with this motor. Barely enough power on the f-15 to fly.
Second try with the same fan with 4s 2200mah 25C lipo. Really made a difference! Right around 600 watts true to the specifications given here. Only thing was the battery was very hot after flight. (no name battery probably not very high quality)
Next I will be trying a quality 4s, higher mah, and higher C rated battery. I suspect with a good 4s 2500mah 40C battery this motor will reach 650-750 watts which on a 70mm edf I think should be standard watt levels and would probably be close to 1/1 thrust/weight ratio on my f-15. while 850-1000 and above is reaching high performance.
I was hoping this motor would do 5s but I doubt it. Maybe in small bursts and throttle management.
Fit nicely into this fan unit: www.link it on this f-15 Jet (very nice): www.link really like the F-15 by the
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Just received it. Comes as shown in the picture. I installed it in an HKEDF70 fan. Slots right in. Took some measurements using various 4S and 5S batteries. For 4S (25C and 40C) expect consumptions of around 600-630 watts at around 40Amps steady. The motor gets to around 55-60 celsius and stays there.
With 5S I run it for 2-3 minutes with throttle management and it does not get much hotter - around 70 celcius. The current goes up with max revs to around 58Amps so a 60A ESC is a must.
I have not done accurate repeatable thrust tests yet. With 4S and same fun in a BAE Hawk 990m jet I get 780-800g thrust. With 5S it goes up to 950-980 and 55-58A with the same fan.
Don't try to do the math from above these are the numbers that I quote from memory. I will do proper tests and write everything down so that I can report back.
I will experiment with the changesun 4-blade fun later on with 5S to see if it gets better.
Overall not a perfect motor, but who would expect such from an $11 motor. It is very honest and a good fit for 70mm edf for flyers who don't want the highest speeds.
In any case, whoever wants maximum performance will inevidably go to ARC, HET or Cyclone power motors for 4 times the money...
great motor put it in a change sun 70mm fan from hobby king 650 watts 1.3kg of thrust
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K, energy numbers didn't show up in last review for some reason so here they are:
HKS SKU: HKEDF70 Fan
54oz peak thrust around 50 settled
15 volts (no unreasonable with 40c pack)
No heat soak, should be good on 5s with 10 second burst...5s numbers to come