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Turnigy motors are just the best for the price realiableGreat upgrade Motor for Durafly 70mm EDF's. Need 3.17mm Adapter. Stock Durafly is 4mm shaft size. I used a short piece of 4mm brass tubing. Works perfect.Good on 4S ... but don't try 5S .. I burnt out 2 of these trying 5S ... I gave first benefit of doubt assumed it was a faulty one ... second one lasted less than a minute same as first.
Best for these ? 3S on a pusher with 4.5 x 4.5 ... as an EDF motor - they suck !Bought two of motors.. Burnt out one last week and another today in a 70mm EDF..4s 2200 60 esc ...Each only lasted for a flight ..5min..????No back plate screws and the ones recommended by HK did not work because the motor holes were not drilled straight. I will keep them though because the return process is just too arduous. They will go in the bag with the other none working stuff. It is a good thing they were on &18 each.Good looking engine....all parts included as pictured. Should be great in the 70mm Hawk!...I hope!I have it in 70mm EDF 5 blades:
Turnigy 5S 2200, My T45 is a rocket as with a 80 EDF from lopard!!!but with les than 40...
Important is to balance the fan....do not forget it!Ottimo motore ideale per ventole da 70mmola , preciso da ajuda de vo*es , tenho este motor aplicado no meu jet com uma helice APC 4,75x4,75 e o avi*o nao tem sustentabilidade e no ***********ecalc.ch/ nao aconselha esta helice , queria saber a vossa opiniao sobre a helice que devo usar . tenho a seguinte configura*ao no jet motor Turnigy 2836 Brushless EDF Motor 3200kv esc H-KING 50A Fixed Wing Brushless Speed Controller prop ??? lipo Turnigy nano-tech 1300mAh 4S 25~50C Lipo Pack preciso mesmo de ajuda . obrigadoAn update to what I wrote in a previous post. On the test stand I got 57 amps on 4S at 14.4 volts (820 watts) using the stock 70mm shroud and 5-blade fan that comes with the Starmax F-5. With this set-up thrust was 1000grams or o.82 watts per gram of thrust. - Not bad for a $17 dollar upgrade. Thrust with stock motor is around 800-850 grams on 4S. It was cheaper to upgrade the motor than replace all my batteries with 5S.
Be careful though with heat. After a couple back to back of runs at full throttle on 4S 2250mah high-C Nanotech batteries the motor got hot enough that the motor mount in the plastic Starmax shroud got soft and began to melt resulting in a fan scrape on the shroud and a loss of power. But if you give this motor a little breathing space now and then to cool, it will run like a truck.