Got an iPhone / iPod / any other Apple device? There's an app for that. Go to iTunes and download EASpec for ~$1 and it'll tell you all you need. Note that this motor is entirely unsuitable for a glider unless you also use a gearbox.
What is the Minimum voltage that this will support. It`s going to be going in a JP Greensleeve. I only run 7.4V with a 11x7 or a 10x6 folding prop for a 2mtr wingspan glider with a AUW without motor of 1.02KG including Turnigy Nanotech 3200mah 7.4v 25C Lipo.
Any suggestions on a INRUNNER motor ?
hi i also would be happy to know how this motor will preform on 6s on the 12 blade chung sun so i can calculate how much it will take on 5s . by my bet it will be abaut 600-700w (not for rc use) Thanks !
I haven't done the 6S test yet, but the 8S test was insane! 108A, 3000W! The motor got very hot. I've since drilled holes in the front and back to improve cooling air flow, but there's almost no air path, so I doubt it will help much. I'll comment back when I know more.
No it is not. These motors are very different. They are actually designed for cars/boats as they have no cooling holes however they can be used for other applications like EDFs if you cool them adequately or do not overly stress them.
This motor has 3 wires. I use it on my boat and Hobbyking SS Boat Series 70A ESC works very well. Water-cooled heat up very little.
Ich habe den Motor im Leerlauf getestet ohne Propeller. Der Motor wird wird im Leerlauf schon sehr heiss. Ich konnte ihn nicht gebrauchen!
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Great motor. Running in custom surfer on 4s with 35mm prop. Comes in at 34degrees after a pack. Really happy with it.
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3/29/2013 Straight Up
I bought this motor to use in the Change Sun 12-blade EDF, on 8S. Max power was 2000W, which I acknowledge far exceeds the rated 930W capacity. I installed dual heat-sinks and found it still got hot with testing, even at half (or less) power. I drilled out the front and back plates for cooling air, which seemed to help a little, but not much. My jet didn't finish a circuit before the motor smoked. Many would scoff "you used it beyond its rated power!". EDFs can typically be pushed much harder due to the very high speed airflow in the duct - the rating is typically for a prop or car installation. I have a HET 2W-20 in a 70mm fan running at 1300W (heatsinked) without ill effects. In my opinion this motor should have handled this duty. I suggest heeding the rated capacity, and acknowledging this is not an EDF motor. An EDF 90mm limited 900W will be very unimpressive.