Designed to be a direct swap out for Park .10 size motors. The Turnigy EasyMatch G10 brushless outrunner will provide more power and longer run times with its high efficiency.
A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with .10 glow engines.
Battery: 2~4 Cell /7.4~14.8V
Max current: 52A
No load current: 11.1V/2.2A
Internal resistance: 0.02 ohm
Diameter of shaft: 5mm
11.1v - 11X5.5 Prop - 53A - 2140g Thrust
11.1v - 10x5 prop - 41A - 1800g Thrust
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buen motor y de buen rendimeintothis motor is powerfully
3s bettery on 10x5 prop.
thrust is 2100g
very happy!!I think the wattage reported here is incorrect. At ~50A I was measuring ~490w with a 3S 20C 3.7A lipoI ordered two G-10's, the first one ran fine on a 3 cell but about a minute after flying on a nano-tech 2200 - 4 cell several magnets came loose causing the motor to stop but for that one minute I was tearing up the skys! I put the other G-10 in and powered it with the same battery and within a minute same thing! Magnets came loose causing the motor to stop. I wish I got my motors from the same lot the other reviewers got theirs!using on a 900mm cap 232 750 gram total weight 14.8 volt 60 esc 9x6 pushing 150 kmph great motor barely warmPerfect match to replace the motor of most ParkZone Birds.
Used one in the T28 and Corsair with success.
Factory Prop - current around 40amps and lots of thrust.
Turnigy G10 Brushless Outrunner 1200kvI purchased this motor to go on my Great Planes 48" Supersporster that's been sitting in a closet for over a year. I had to make a modification to the motor mount but other than this it fit the plane fine. The motor looks all fine and dandy, but the first thing I noticed was that the G10 label is just a sticker and was coming off, so I just pulled it off. Whatever. Next, running the motor with a 3s Zippy Compact 3300 35C and a Phoenix Talon 90 ESC. A little much ESC but a safe one none the less. I had the plane in the sky 11 times for 5 to 7 minutes and everything came back good. Im running a 12x6 prop and drawing 46 amps and 330ish watts. Well on flight 12 today, ALL of the magnets in the can slipped back and started grinding against the housing of the motor. I have heard of this happening from others with one magnet, but damn. The motor seized in flight and I was able to get the plane back to the runway in tact. Regardless, pulled the motor apart and all of the magnets have slipped 1/8 of an inch toward the rear of the can. I pushed them back in and tried again, but same issue. Not very happy with the motor. I have the G15 and the G25 sitting in a box for the next project but dont think I will be risking my stuff with these motors.I bought an engine and put these in a low wing aero, made at home. In the third flight dropped a magnet into the engine. Glued with epoxy and everything ok. The engine is strong. Use it with two pack 2200mah 35C 4S in parallel. Autonomy 6 minutes with prop 9x6 JF.
Video follows: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tiYNh2p4UU
Hugs!Habe den Motor in eine Parkzone ME109 eingebaut mit einem Turnigy Plush 60 A Regler. Bei 50pcnt Reglerffnung bringt der Motor schon mehr Schub als der Originalmotor bei Vollgas. Danke an HK