Designed to be a direct swap out for your 1.10 size glow engine. This brushlessoutrunner will provide more power and with its high efficiency, long run times. A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with a 1.10 size glow engine.
Spec. Battery: 6~9S Cell /29.6~33.3V RPM: 210kv Max current: 60A No load current: 11V/1.1A Internal resistance: 0.04 ohm Weight: 475g (not including connectors) Diameter of shaft: 8mm Dimensions: 79x63mm
1. the motor seems to stutter a bit with 6S 5000 mAh Lipo and DLUX 80 HV ESC at full throttle. Has somebody problems like this?
2. How can I get the X-Mount and prop adapter a shown in the picture above (for rear mount). Can't find it.
Is the Power(W): 2000 at the output shaft of the motor or what's going into it? Would the efficiency be what's used to find the output torque?
I'm looking at using this controller for this motor. Is this a bad idea?
I'm just starting to get into this stuff. Thanks
Forgot to mention 2 things.
1) The screws that come in the pack are too short, both types for the X mounting and the prop shaft, I had to get longer screws.
2) If you need to mount it backwards like I did, the cir clip holding the prop from pulling out is not safe enough, I had to manufacture a collet with 2 grub screws to secure the shaft - this motor has some serious pull.
The motor is law RPM and to become useful needs to be used with at least 8S. It is rated at 60A max, so if Wilhelm is suggesting to pull out of it around 70A, I will suggest - don't!
Due to the law RPM, I had to go from a 16 x 10 x 3 blade Master Airscrew to a 20 x 2 2 blades, and I have now less ground clearance, but no other choice.
I'm looking for an electric conversion to a KMP 96" DH-2 Beaver composite version, weighing in at 20 lbs with floats. Will this motor replace a Zenoah G38cc gas motor, or do I need something larger? I need to swing at least a 16x8 or larger prop according to the specs.
I am turning the 16x8 with a 5065-400KV on 6s. So it should be no problem to turn it with this motor. But you will need a 8s battery and a 19x10 prop or sth like that, because this is no high rpm motor like a petrol engine. 2.5hp are <2KW. So try to get around 70Amps at 8s with this one to fly the plane equally to the Zenoah
just received this motor - build quality of the motor looks ok - had to remove some small blobs of solder off the windings - the screws supplied to bolt the motor mount on are too short could only get one thread in - the screws for the prop driver dont even reach the threads and dont look man enough to handle 2kw of power - have replaced them with cap screws - there is also no prop washer supplied - i will make one at work tomorrow - hopefully test motor next week
Kellyann, you're always being positive, that´*s nice.
See the following: you buy various products that are slow to arrive, buy with confidence in HobbyKing, check the specifications and when the order arrives something is missing and/or several parts do not fit. Even though consumers are still trying to help with the evaluations and discussions. It would be interesting to people in HK know of occurrences to avoid future embarrassment. Let's move on with great hope, greetings from Brazil.
Performed a bench test with 6s and runs smooth, no vibrations. I'm waiting for 12 of 3s Turnigy 2200 MAh baterries to create 13200 MAh 6s for this motor. Will come back with a full review after maiden flight.
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I bench tested this motor and these are the results. I used the Zinger wide blade propellors, narrow blade electric props would be about 20pcnt less current with slightly higher RPM. (The Figures below are all measured using HK test equipment) 20 X 6 6 cell 23A 550W 5400rpm 8 Cell 38A 1183W 6700rpm
20 X 8 6 Cell 28A 675W 5200rpm 8 Cell 43A 1325W 6500rpm Hope this is helpful info