it could be a hextronik or a tower pro or a turnigy 2205c if you cant find it you could buy a 2 dollar battery beeper that is what i do for every new plane and motor is put a beeper on it and it turns out great
Not sure the size but I just use the ones I get from 3mm and 3.17mm adapters. I find they're pretty much interchangeable. The rings they sell are out of stock currently so I just got a couple 10packs of 3 and 3.17 adapters that come with rings.For me still much cheaper than LHS wants just for rings. All imho of course. Hope that helps. :)
What 8x4 prop will fit this motor's prop saver? I've ordered normal 8x4 props (GWS style: PRODUCT ID: H8011A), but they don't fit at all (Different diameters of shaft/saver and propeller). I suppose there must be other props, that would fit better.
Please help! Can't fly my reaktor before I get proper props.
You can grind bottom of the prop until you level with nut shaped opening it kinda fits motor bell, oh yes and change 'prop saver' screws for longer ones.
Thats what i did and it works fine.
Ultimate solution will be to change motor shafts for longer ones because i newer saw a prop that fits this motor, so i guess there are not many (maybe i'm wrong)
Guys, is there someone, who has datasheet on this Motor? I need detailed characteristics such as resistance, inductance, number of turns of the coil, the sectional area of **the wire coil, the circuit switching (star or delta) for simulation.
Someone aware of how to get similar performance by math?
the motor is good, but these specifications do not correspond to reality.
GWS8040 @3S = 10,5А 480g. right!http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/image s/em_nerd.gif
Max Amp: 9.5A not correct!!!!!
hi i ordered this motor with APC8x8.3 propeller but how do i fix the propeller even the propeller saver cant be removed. and the centre propeller is way too larger than the propeller saver to fix it with an o ring. please help !!!!
With two Lipo at the motor will be less draughts, for a beginner it even is good. As there will be less maximum power of the engine (58W) and a consumed current (6.5A). This engine can lift 349 gramme. If your model is easier, the engine approaches.
great motor - will fly a 220g auw shockie ok on a 2cell and do rolls loops etc.....on a 3cell it transforms it and will punch the same model out of a prop hang. i use 460mah nano's and get 5 min plus with fairly hard 3D
In my previous review I gave five stars. That was the first batch I purchased. The second batch all had loose windings and one fried when the loose winding got stuck between the stator and magnets. Inconsistancy in manufacturing leads me to leave only three stars this time around. I guess I have a base to test some different winds now.
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15 thumbs up!
Package contents - motor and prop saver. No screws, no connectors.
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14 thumbs up!
Have 3 of these and they are quite nice except one had enough looseness in the windings to eat some copper. I was very pleased I was able to carefully take it apart and rewind it. Now I'm back to having a great running motor. The winding quality leaves something to be desired but the rest is very nice. This motor would make a good test bed for winders out there. Thanks to RCGroups for winding info. 4 stars for loose windings.
I find these THE most usefull motor for powering 3D foamies both on 2S and 3S LiPO with GWS9050 prop and turningy 10A ESC. Build quality is realy good. This is the third one I orderd, and I wish I had orderd more. The provided specs seem about right and it's got its own prop saver, so no or only few broken props.