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Turnigy CA120-70 Brushless Outrunner (100cc eq)

Turnigy CA120-70 Brushless Outrunner (100cc eq)
Turnigy CA120-70 Brushless Outrunner (100cc eq)

Designed as a 100cc gas engine replacement, this motor is a great alternative for 3D and sport planes up to 35lbs!

The motor is very well built with strong mounts, end bell and a concentric double bearings at the rear to support large propellers and rotating can, especially during hard 3D flight.

This motor is very well engineered and of the highest quality.
The factory can produce only a limited number of these motors per month due to the increased time in balancing and machining such a large object.


Spec.
Model: 120-70-15
Resistance: 0.004ohm
ESC Required: 250A
Input Voltage : 30~70V
Kv : 150 rpm/V
Weight: 2730g
Shaft: 10mm
20v Non Load Current: 13A @ 20v
Dimensions: 150x120x118mm (Including Mount)
Equivalent: 110cc Twin Gas Engine (20hp+)



PRODUCT ID: 12070-15-150

Kv(rpm/v) 150
Weight (g) 2730
Max Current(A) 0
Resistance(mh) 5
Max Voltage(V) 70
Power(W) 0
Shaft A (mm) 10
Length B (mm) 120
Diameter C (mm) 118
Can Length (mm) 58
Total Length E (mm) 150
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Weight: 3752g
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Price  $467.62

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Total of 104 discussions.
Jim 15256  174 points - 1/29/2015
 
What ESC would you use with this motor, and what batteries would be required to fly a 100 cc CARBON CUB from Aeroworks. Jim
proneflyer  4 points - 1/13/2015
 
Whoever has this motor working please let me know if you feel any resistance when trying to turn rotor by hand unpowered? Feels as if there is a jerky friction between rotating parts or in the bearing... Is it a problem or is it a result of the motor magnets "cogging" ?
 JDspecial1 19 points
I do not own this motor. Ive found on some smaller turnigy motors that the windings came up over the laminations. It was similar to what you are feeling. Maybe some dirt or broken magnet?
tommy2toes  2780 points - 12/29/2014
 
so there is a new electric glider and it uses a electric motor that only pushes 20hp it looks as this would be enough to keep us up in the sky on a full size glider but they are towed up first then they fly around one and a half to two hours. one wheel i was thinking of buying one but the electronics were to much now with this one i may be able to afford it but i also may want to run 2 motors for this i need to do some real thinking and saving but i have put so much into this hobby now i want to do both. opinions are welcome. i want to build the weight shift trike hang glider. would you use two motors of this on a real glider?
Tretyakov  9 points - 9/1/2014
 
https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__31185__T
urnigy_CA120_70_Brushless_Outrunner_100cc_eq_UK_Ware
house_.html Why
is there a cheaper?
Henry  7 points - 8/15/2014
 
Oscar (from a while ago) 20hp is 14.9kw, so 20 hp?... 15,000 Watts?
 phil228 17 points
Yes that is correct. But they are hobby power figures. Your output power is likely to be about half of the quoted power. A 7.5 kW electric vehicle motor would probably give you the same power out of the motor. You would melt the motor if you tried to run it at 15 kW continuously.
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 Henry 7 points
Fair call Phil, but would you speculate the peak output to still be well below 15kw?
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Overall Rating
O_Lampe
248 likes
ValueUNRATED
QualityUNRATED
6 thumbs up!
Best quality in build and look I've seen at hobbyking so far.
Mine has a no load current of 10A at 13.8V and 22A at 44V. Almost 1kW losses without doing any work. I'll try to use a 36V 400A controller which needs hall sensors.


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myssba
-81 likes
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4 thumbs up!
I am planning to buy, but 1-2 months later. First, I should see the results of the tests, and I must look for ESC and bat. for this motor.


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turnigy4260
52 likes
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3 thumbs up!
4/9/2010
1st run on this motor logfile in discussion posted
27x10 hawk prop
7200rpm 169A
12s
Castle Creation HV160 ESC


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Jesus Holland
-7 likes
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QualityUNRATED
2 thumbs up!
Too strong for my 10s liposet, 18-09-2010


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Peppern75
78 likes
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1 thumbs up!
Bought this motor to my Sikorsky S16, 1:3 scale. It looks grat and well buildt. Not tested it yet, but it will give me approx 27 kg thrust with 5000 mAh 10S2P Lipo and 32x18 Mentz prop. (Motor Calculator). Will write more when I'm tested www.link


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