This A28L looks to be a good replacement/kit motor for the Kinetic 800 sailplane, since it has front mount holes and plenty of thrust. However, I wonder, at 49g if it isn't a bit heavy. Has anyone else tried it?
I think it would be ok. The Kinetic motor weighs 35 grams, so 14 grams extra won't worry it. Check the cog after installing. You may have to move the battery back a little, but not much. Plenty of power with this motor. Good luck with it.
I'm using it on gws me-109, with 9x7,5 prop and 3s lipo. It weights around 450g, so it's about half of yours. Though i dont really need more than half throttle, and the motor wont get that warm even on full throttle, so it might work for you too. But then again, to be safe, you might want to look for something just a bit bigger.
Bought four of these for my quad kopter and was wondering if the X mount comes with it. If not Ive got some in the spare parts bin. Also the mounting holes are on the wrong side. Has anyone ever reversed the shaft through the bell end ? Was going to buy the Tower Pro 2410-09's but they are never in stock ! .
This is my first Quad and I am excited to get it going. Its good I have some heli experience. I know that HK does not have any 10x47 counter rotate props, do they ? At least I couldn't find any. What would be a good sub ?? Other than the three blade..
i actualy have used these on an tricopter, nice resolution and tons of power, there ideal with 10x4.7 SF props, make sure that you use some good speed controllers, if youre going to use this with wiicopter/multiwii, take hobyking SS 18-20A esc. those have perfect resolution for the system.
Anyone have vibration problems with these ? Mine vibrate like crazy and could be used as a cell phone vibrator :^). Couldnt balance all of the way. Any one have a better way to balance these other than tape or CA ??
i don't know, but i've used featheringshaft of the old align v1. they are the same thickness and length, and stronger as the original, another advantage is that you can use an small screw instead of the standard lockpin
you can buy a length of 3 mm drill rod and cut off what you need with a dremel or you can use any hardened 3 mm shaft and just file in the flat spots and use 3 mm locking collars ! Works great and they don't bend so easy ! Cost of the 3 mm drill rod is about $6.00 USD for a 1 foot section. That's enough for several motor shafts plus.....
I prefer to bolt my motors to firewall so the shaft is at the wrong end for me. nice fat windings and low Kv should throw big 10" prop. Flimsy fat plastic mount hardly looks suficient and obstructs air flow. Still I am determined to use it somewhere.
Of course not, otherwise it ll be necessary a very big propeller since it is 920 RPM /volt to garantee a good enough thrust to fly your airplane. Better option is choose a motor with higher Kv or use a 3 cell batery. Good luck!
They include 4 screws and a mounting plate. You will need a prop adapter and whatever connectors you are using to connect to your esc.I would recommend SKU: AM1002A and PRODUCT ID: GON-D3T6. So far mine is working great!
REALLY!??? Where do you see it stating that it's for an EDF??? I don't see that any where! This is an unbranded AXI 2212, they are made by Suppo (A2212/890). I have a Suppo branded one with gold anodized ends and it easily flys a 1/10 scale Extra with an APC 10x7sf = 118w, 11.8A on a 1500mAh 3S Impulse LiPO