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Turnigy G32 Brushless Outrunner 530kv (.32 Glow)

Turnigy G32 Brushless Outrunner 530kv (.32 Glow)

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Designed to be a direct swap out for your .32 size glow engine. Turnigy EasyMatch G32 brushless outrunner will provide longer run times and more power and with its high efficiency. A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with a .30 size glow engine.

Spec.
Battery: 3~4 Cell /11.1~14.8V
RPM: 530kv
Max current: 60A
No load current: 11V/1.1A
Internal resistance: 0.039 ohm
Weight: 230g
Diameter of shaft: 5mm
Dimensions: 42x56mm

Test Data:
14.8v - 14X10 Prop - 34A - 1950g Thrust
11.1v - 15X8 Prop - 35A - 1950g Thrust

 

  • SKU G32-530
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Hmotnost 275.0000
  • Délka 90.00
  • Width 48.00
  • Výška 54.00
  • Kv (rpm / v) 530.00
  • Maximální proudy (A) 60.00
  • Odpor ( mh) 39.00
  • Maximální napětí ( V) 15.00
  • Výkon ( W ) 800.00
  • Hřídel A ( mm ) 5.00
  • Délka B ( mm ) 55.00
  • Průměr C ( mm ) 42.00
  • Může Délka D ( mm ) 25.00
  • Celková délka E ( mm ) 72.00
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Excellent motor, continues to impress. I am now running this motor on a 1200mm Dynam Sukhoi with a MAS 13x8.5e prop and a plush 40amp ESC set to "high" timing with a 3000mah 4s Zippy. I get 6.5 minutes of high energy flying. It pulls 39amps static, has unlimited vertical, and is super smooth and quiet. Definitely recommended. This is a very well made motor and the low KV means the bearings seem to last forever and you hear mostly the wind from the prop and not the whine of an electric motor.

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Excellent motor, continues to impress. I am now running this motor on a 1200mm Dynam Sukhoi with a MAS 13x8.5e prop and a plush 40amp ESC set to "high" timing with a 3000mah 4s Zippy. I get 6.5 minutes of high energy flying. It pulls 39amps static, has unlimited vertical, and is super smooth and quiet. Definitely recommended. This is a very well made motor and the low KV means the bearings seem to last forever and you hear mostly the wind from the prop and not the whine of an electric motor.

I just installed this in a Dynam Corsair and I'm amazed how smooth and quiet it runs. The motor can be mounted with the stock mounting bracket. Except for soldering on the bullet connectors it was an easy swap. Right now I'm using 14x9x3 master airscrew with a 50amp esc and getting a nice boost in performance over the stock setup.

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I just installed this in a Dynam Corsair and I'm amazed how smooth and quiet it runs. The motor can be mounted with the stock mounting bracket. Except for soldering on the bullet connectors it was an easy swap. Right now I'm using 14x9x3 master airscrew with a 50amp esc and getting a nice boost in performance over the stock setup.

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I put theis motor into a 48" combat gremlin. Running a 3000mah 4s 30c batt, 55 amp esc, 13 x 10e apc prop, it pulls 36amp. This model has unlimited verticle, with 7 min hard flight times. Highly recommended. motor and speedy come back very cool. Iam I happy?. Yes, evry happy.

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I put theis motor into a 48" combat gremlin. Running a 3000mah 4s 30c batt, 55 amp esc, 13 x 10e apc prop, it pulls 36amp. This model has unlimited verticle, with 7 min hard flight times. Highly recommended. motor and speedy come back very cool. Iam I happy?. Yes, evry happy.

Very well made motor! I bought it for my ElectriFly 52" Yak 55M, and just couldn't get enough amperage/wattage out of it. I finally put a 15" APC prop on it with a 2650 4S battery & it pulls 35A & 520 Watts. Still not enough for the plane to do 3D, tho - the KV is just way too low on this motor @ 530, and a bigger battery is way too heavy and throws the CG off, so I found a 950KV motor & ordered one (not from HK) and will give it a try. This is a really nice motor tho...would work well is a smaller/lighter plane.

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Very well made motor! I bought it for my ElectriFly 52" Yak 55M, and just couldn't get enough amperage/wattage out of it. I finally put a 15" APC prop on it with a 2650 4S battery & it pulls 35A & 520 Watts. Still not enough for the plane to do 3D, tho - the KV is just way too low on this motor @ 530, and a bigger battery is way too heavy and throws the CG off, so I found a 950KV motor & ordered one (not from HK) and will give it a try. This is a really nice motor tho...would work well is a smaller/lighter plane.

I installed this motor in my 2500g Senior Telemaster. Using a 3 cell Lipo it gave short takeoff and good solid performance with a 10x6. Not scintillating but good reliable solid climb etc at about 3/4 throttle. I'll be interested to see what happens when I up the power to a 4 cell. I'll be sure to let y'all know the result. Definately a big thumbs-up from me

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I installed this motor in my 2500g Senior Telemaster. Using a 3 cell Lipo it gave short takeoff and good solid performance with a 10x6. Not scintillating but good reliable solid climb etc at about 3/4 throttle. I'll be interested to see what happens when I up the power to a 4 cell. I'll be sure to let y'all know the result. Definately a big thumbs-up from me

Just arrived. Will update after flying. It is going in a 3dhs Slick 51. First important thing to note is the motor weighs 207 grams without connectors (not the listed 230g).

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Just arrived. Will update after flying. It is going in a 3dhs Slick 51. First important thing to note is the motor weighs 207 grams without connectors (not the listed 230g).

I bought one of these last summer just to check it out. I've not taken numbers on it's performance but I've taken note! I'm a big time advocate of the Easy Match series of motors. They are well made, and do everything you'd want from a motor that would cost three or four times the price. I'm simply THRILLED to have these in the U.S. warehouse now. I hope they can keep them in stock!

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I bought one of these last summer just to check it out. I've not taken numbers on it's performance but I've taken note! I'm a big time advocate of the Easy Match series of motors. They are well made, and do everything you'd want from a motor that would cost three or four times the price. I'm simply THRILLED to have these in the U.S. warehouse now. I hope they can keep them in stock!

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