Turnigy e-drive 5345/9
Anzahl der Zellen: 4 ~ 7 x Li-Poly
RPM / V: 195
Max Eff Strom: 45A
Max Thrust w / vorgeschlagen prop: 12kg
Empfohlene Prop: 22-23inch
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Schreiben Sie Ihr eigenes ReviewUnfortunately, my motor came with 3 screws missing. Annoying, since I have to get some suitable screws locally.Don't be put off by the small amount of information on the page, this is a quality motor!
The power I measured on my hk-01 wattmeter was way above what I expected and it runs as smoothly as any of my hacker brushless motors.
I have this in a custom electric scooter and the torque it produces makes it wheelie everytime I turn on the motor, the torque is immense!Use it in a Great Planes 27% CAP 232 with 12S Zippy 5800mAh and Graupner Sonic 20x12". Please take a quality ESC like the Phoenix ICE 80HV, Sentilon V4.0 will demage this Motor!
The current is around 80A (ca. 4.5hp) and 58A in max. flight speed and vertical 66A.
With this configuration you have more speed (150km/h) and more climbing rate then the theoretical datasheet-power of every 50cc gasoline engine -> Be the scare of the gasoline guys -)using this motor in a 1/4 scale edge. combo includes a castle 85HV and 10S lipo swinging an apc 20x12 Wide E-prop. at max throttle, i get 2620Watts @ 64A. on a 7 minute flight, it uses 2400mah. plenty of umph and the motor stays cool. excellent quality! no problems yetReal weight without accessories is 827g.Brought one of these motors to replace the TGY AerodriveXp SK Series 63-74 170Kv as i had as the magnets came loose. This Motor is Much better for my 2 meter Extra 260, running a 20x11 APCe prop on 10s 5Ahr (37volts) i got around a 8 to 10 minute flight and max amps pulled was around 63Amps. Total wattage around 2300watts. after every flight motor and ESC was bearly warm. This is a great motor, well built and could easily take a bigger prop.Looks like the Precision Aerobatics "Thrust" motors exactly (except for the color). Same factory?An excellent motor - especially considering the price! You'll really appreciate that once you hold it in your hands - precisely machined, only small amount of torque ripple for a motor of that size.
I tested it on the bench with a 20x12 cherry wood propeller (also HK) - (ESC limit was 26V)
24V, 28A (~700W), 5kg static thrust (no heat)
That's nowhere near the full potential of that motor - either use a bigger prop, or higher voltage!Here are some numbers for the BL-5345/9
Prop APC 24X12
20V 35A 3500rpm 39.7 mph prop speed
22V 42A 3800rpm 43.2 mph prop speed
23V 44A 3900rpm 44.3 mph prop speed
24V 47A 4000rpm 45.5 mph prop speed
25V 50A 4100rpm 46.6 mph prop speed
26V 54A 4200rpm 47.7 mph prop speed
Model- Fokker D8 span 84" 1180sq/inch
Weight 13 Lbs./5.9 Kilos on 7cells
Flies Very Well."An Excellent Motor"