Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 2836-2500kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
Turnigy SK3 Motors are the next leap forward in motor quality and design. We instructed the engineers to source the best quality magnets, bearings and materials available to them and develop a motor that would not only rival, but surpass the quality of many leading motor manufactures on the market today. The result is an efficient, high caliber motor using quality double shielded bearings, sintered Neodymium magnets and a string wound stator ensuring an accurate and consistent winding each and every time. The Turnigy SK3 motors are suited to modelers who are seeking a quality brushless motor without compromise. Specs.Turns: 6TVoltage: 2~3S LipolyRPM/V: 2500kvInternal resistance: 0.02 OhmMax Loading: 35AMax Power: 405WShaft Dia: 3.175mmBolt holes: 16mm & 19mmBolt thread: M3Weight: 80gMotor Plug: 3.5mm Bullet Connector
PRODUCT ID: SK3-2836-2500
I currently use a Turnigy 2200kv on my Bixler with the stock speed prop and I love the combination of great speed and long runtime on an 1800mah. How would this work on a Bixler if I use the stock speed prop, would the motor still pull less than the max amps (35)? I usually use the Turnigy Trust 45A, should I use a 55A to be on the safe side with this motor? Thank you!
Esc timing - I have tried a Turnigy Hexfet ESc 25 A on a two cell lipo and the engine starts up in steps - tried to change timing and seems to change some things but is not perfect - can somebody send me the settings of the ESC - start up mode - timing?
i think u can use it whit a 7x4, just made an order of that prop, now i use a 6x4e and nothing is getting hot at al. i dont know what i drain whit the setup but i get a good flight. il see what il get when using a 7x4, alsow going to try a 8x3.8 prop.
hi can anyone tell me what prop can i use with this motor because tgs 7x6e and 6x5e prop does not fit the rings are lose can one help me please and kindly tell me how to put it on coz am not surehttp://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/images/ em_nerd.gif
hey buddy ! i just brought the same motor! awesome power! unlimited verticle ! your gonna love it! i put mine on my HK radjet 800! i use the 6x4 prescision prop by HK ! it comes with six different prop adapters! made to fit any outrunner! the SK3 motor comes with multiple motor mounts! choose which one is best for your pland set up! when choosing your prop adapter make sure its snug but not extremly too tight! you should be able to slip the ring on and off with ease but the ring should not have
faster than you could ever imagine,if it wasn't too heavy! SK3's rock hard!!! but try a slightly smaller model.Trust me,my 1350mm wingspan Falcon flying wing only just carries this motor and it took a whole list of mods. to do it! And it's still the fastest thing in my hanger!!!!!
Be carefull! This motor will turn your Bixler into an absolute monster. I fitted it to a 1350mm flying wing annd wow!Unlimited vertical and plenty of speed.Little bit on the heavy side though,80grams. But yes I suppose it would be a good upgrade.
O.k. Firstly,I'm running a 45a Turnigy Trust ESC,2200Mah 30-60c lipo,7x4 poly composite prop. and I am now using Corona 2.2kg torque metal gear servos,the nylon gear ones just stripped! And secondly,this should make a huge difference.These SK3 motors are of a higher level of quality than a lot of motors found at this price range.Don't be fooled by the fact that it's only 500kv higher, this motor rocks.It has stacks of torque and my 1350mm flying wing now does endless vertical.Buy one,I promise you won't be dissapointed!Needs to be seen to be believed. It also comes in a posh box with very usefull sponge insert.Makes real good padding.Any chance you could credit this answer please? Anyways best of luck..
does get quite hot at the motor,but i use a little lube in the bearings and it hasn't give me any trouble. Try adjusting the switching frequency and timing,it may help,maybe....lol. But what fun, I've had mine a good six months now and fly in heavy wind,still as good as the day i built it.
the turnigy typhoon 3450kv 2814 is good for 4s on a 70mm fan. And i meant pusher prop. I never used to like them, but i have one of these motors on a flying wing and it makes my hands shake it's so quick. There is also now on this site an SK3 duct fan motor. I believe it's 3300kv, this would be a knockout for a 70mm.
Just flown this in my HK Rare Bear with 4S 1300 45c battery and supplied prop. Wow quiet, and blindingly fast even at 1/2 throttle. Probably asking too much of the motor at 4S however.
j'ai acheté ce moteur pour mettre sur une funjet et debuter e racer la puissance a l'air suffisante pour commencer il va tourner une helice de 4.5x4.5 avec un controleur de 40 amperes. il n'y a pu qu'avoler et voir dans le temps ce qu'il va donner bon vol
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Woah, this packs some punch. 45amp trust ESC and 7x6 TGS prop. It makes my falcon flying wing flap like a piece of paper at full throttle....... Hmmm, must buy more!
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wow 60 amp esc, 6 x 5.5 prop draws 53 amps, custom design plane. 120 mph super fast. not done with speed trials yet. gotta get another one for sure.
High quality at usual from Turnigy. Good torque. Unique finish.
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WOW. Awesome power. Using on a Bixler with a 6x5.5 prop. 45A Turnigy ESC. Haven't metered amperage draw yet, but I am sure it is quite high. Bixler will go straight vertical with no problems. 4 Stars on quality only because I have only 4 flights on it. Highly recommend so far.