Micro 9g brushless motor
Lipo Range: 2-3 cell
GWS4025 / 3S / 2.9A / 145g Thrust
GWS6030 / 2S / 3.1A / 134g Thrust
GWS7035 / 2S / 3.4A / 130g Thrust
Best current range: 1.7-3.5
Stator: 18 x 6mm
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For first 10 flights it was prety good engine. But after few flights power goes rapidly down. Before i replace it, thrust was 78g on 2s 360mAh with 6/3 prop... never again.Klein und kraftvoll. Zuverlssig und schnelles AnsprechverhaltenExcellent motor for my 110g model. Mounted with a 6030 prop, a 6A esc and 2S360mah, I have up to 14 minutes of fly (throttle at 65pcnt). I'll buy some more for my future mini planes.
Muy bueno para mi avion f3pused this on my micro quad, super motor, less noiseThese are outstanding little motors! I'm running 4 on on a micro quad. With a Zippy 1000mah 25c 3s battery I'm getting 10 minute flights! 6A Turnigy ESC barely get warm and the motors don't warm up at all. 5x3 GemFan props work perfectly with the adapters and this motors prop saver. I run full FPV with this little bird and have a blast flying around my house. Using a MultiWii 328P flight controller that I also bought here at HK. Little hard to get set up but now it flys great. I will buy more of these!I ordered 4 of these, partly because of their mount (motor mount, not the prop mount). When I opened the package, I was a bit frustrated - received motors were with mount similar to http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__9663__HobbyKing_AP_03_7000kv_Brushless_Micro_Motor_3_1g_.html (but with prop mount). Contacted support, they answered that motor is the same, just the mounting part has been changed.nice motor, runs well. like the design for connecting the wires. although they are fragile and very thin. nice motor!love the extra esc connectors and heat shrink.
have to saw off the front shaft in order to allow the prop saver to save props! lightest and most powerful among the other 10gplus motorsI am using this motor on a modified Parkzone Sukoi with 2x turnigy 1s, 160s (2s config) and the Mystery 12A Brushless Speed Controller (Blue Series) with the heat shrink and and heatsink removed. This motor puts out a lot of power. It has the usual weak wires problem. The main problem I have with this motor is it jams on start up. I believe this is because if you look at the magnets, they are not evenly spaced around the motor, instead they are all glued with no gap between them except in one spot there is a pretty large gap. (about 1.5mm) On the more expensive versions of this motor on hobby king, it looks (based on the pictures) as if they use different magnets and space them out evenly.