RPM / V：2750
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I have one of these on a racing plane of mine, I run it on 4s with a 4.7x4 prop. It puts out about 280-300grams thrust, and the plane pushes 120mph. When I land, the motor is just barely warm. Over all this motor is good deal, I think you will not be disappointed. You can also run a 5x5 on 3s, or a 6x4 on 2s.godd motor!! hobbyking !!!About 10 people in my club use these motors and they are great!!! We use a 460 to 760 3 cell with no more than a 5 X 4.3 prop. We have put these on our Bonsai's and they just scream. Vertical until out of sight. They put out considerably more watts that that listed. We use the 15 - 18 A ESC's. Prettiest motor around and they scream. Lots of fun.I mounted on of these on a 17" F-22 Raptor that I built from foam board. Using a 4045 prop, this F-22 screams on a 3 cell Lipo.
The Raptor with battery is just under 220 gr. and this little motor takes it our of site almost faster than you can cut back on the throttle. Very pleased with the motor and will definitely be order more for other foamies.
While a lot of the other motors seem to have problems with wires breaking or bearing, this motor is built as advertised. It's made really well and out-performs the other little motors of similar size. You won't be disappointed.39 watts?!? They have GOT to be kidding. Last night I ran one of these motors on a HK EPO Park Jet for four minutes at OVER 100 WATTS. Way more power than I can get out of any other motor this size. At the end of a five minute session (mostly WOT) the motor was barely warm to the touch. Hopefully somebody with some instruments can measure the actual efficiency of this motor and put some numbers down here.
This is my new favorite line of motors.Very nice powerfull motor on 3S with a 5x4 it rips the lamas ass!
Very good for my fox, even a bit overpowered.
Watch for the Amps though I would suggest a 12A ESC minimum.