Changed ESC's with the same result. Not sure what I need to do to get this running at 11500KV. Is my motor bad? I am going to try a out-runner that is listed with the same rating and see how it turns out. IMHO the data is off on this motor or my motor has a short.
Are your guys sure this thing is 11500kv? I have it on a 6amp ESC with a 350mah 1s cell and it is no where near the power of the other motors I have with that KV rating. I must be doing something wrong.
susan, 1.i dont think this will fit exactly with parkzone/eflite. 2.you should used brushless esc..but try to look micro reciever/esc/servo combo.here in HK. 3.im sure this will run with 1s,and this motor was designed for 1s,but most people who buy this used 2s set up, and it works well..it did not burned the motor.
what kind of prop/prop adapter can be used with this motor? this 1mm shaft width is very particular, i wonder if a prop saver can be used to the trick? any advice on this matter would be very appreciated.
gws 2508 and gws2510 have the right shaft diameter. do not get the 'other brand'.
can not way how well this work.
an Aero Ace propeller can be drilled out to 1mm and works better than the gws25XX on 7mm brushed motors. should work on this motor.
I am using the TURNIGY Plush 6A /.8bec/6g Speed Controller. Unfortunately these are now on back order again but they are very good for the price once they are in stock. I am running them on 2s however if you are running on 1s then there are a host of small 1s controllers that would do the trick on here.
We already know that a more massive high KV motor is at the breaking point on 3S. I'm just hoping it will work on 2S but if it don't I will still have some applications for it on 1S. Maybe they will come out with a longer can rated at 5KV. That would be perfect for a 30 mm EDF.
no, this only runs on 3.7v and the losi runs on about 5v anything below 5v wont be enough because a reciever and servo that is needed with a brushless esc will require at least 5v. theres a geared system for planes that runs a similar motor which i believe can take up to around 7v. turnigy sells 12XX motors and b12 - XX motors go into the brushless motors section and sort them by size and select the smallest sized motors. ull find it there.
I bought the motor to be used in a GWS 30mm fan and the motor runs good. Using a 3 blade impeller the current is 3.7 A, power 28 W, RPM - 76000plus, thrust - 58 gm. In this configuration temperature does not look like a factor. I tested with a 2S Rhino 360 mah pack.
I got mine over the weekend and i was absolutey blown away at how small it is for a brushless motor, well it is 10mm and it fits the 30mm EDF perfectly. It does not com with screws, but i had some screws from an old cellphone that fit. I bought the Turnigy plush 6A/.8bec/6g speed controller, hooked it all up runs good, I will be useing this on a F22 RAPTOR made out of depron. will be buying more when it gets back in stock.
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Nice little motor. I'm running it in a GWS 30mm EDF on two cells. It's only designed for one cell operation so as expected on two cells it gets very hot, but has so far survived. You need two M1.6 screws to mount it.
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I have ordered 4 of these inrunner and will use them in a small A380 Airliner Building.
I have tested them with GWS 30 EDF and wow very impressive with 2S.
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excellent motor.on 2s and 3 blade gws 30mm impeller,58g static thrust.after 330mins a full throttle the motor was only a bit warm.5 stars!