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C2020 Micro brushless Outrunner 3500kv (11g)

C2020 Micro brushless Outrunner 3500kv (11g)

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C2020/25

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Specifications.
Diameter: 20.2mm
Length: 20mm
Shaft: 5mm
Weight: 11g (with 10cm wire)
Power: 60W
Kv: 3500rpm/v
Turns: 25
Resistance: 262
Idle Current: .3A
Max amp: 10A (15sec burst)
Voltage: 2-4cell Lipoly


We do not have a suggested prop size for this little motor yet.
Once we have the data, we will include it within this listing.

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Additional Information

  • SKU:
    C2020/25
  • Brand:
    No
  • Weight(g)
    42.00
  • Length
    65.00
  • Width:
    40.00
  • Height:
    40.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    3500.00
  • Max Currents (A)
    10.00
  • Power (W):
    60.00
  • Length B (mm):
    14.00
  • Can Length D(mm)
    6.00
  • Max Voltage(V)
    15.00
  • Shaft A(mm):
    2.00
  • Unit Weight (g):
    11
  • Diameter C(mm)
    20.00
  • Total Length E(mm)
    23.00
  • Resistance (mh):
    262.00
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I ordered 2 of these motors; one works fine with a 5x3 GWS prop with hub reamed out to fit. I'm using a HK 8-10 ESC. The second motor does not work properly, only spinning up to half speed before it quits. It will restart if the throttle is closed and re-opened, but will quit at half speed. It will spin up to full speed with no prop on it. I tried a 30A ESC but got the same results. I think the motor is defective out of the box, but it's not worth mailing back to HK on their RMA procedure.
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I bought two of these motors for a bonzai, they work very well with that small wing. There is an issue keeping the prop on, maybe not quite as big a problem for a pusher, but the prop does damage the wing when it comes off. I have not found a prop that fits without some sort of modification, and the supplied rubber rings are too big. That seems to be the only issue.
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Nice little motor, fits perfect on micro pcb quad frame. But you have to be VERY!!! careful with the wires, don't bend them more than two times!
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Good little motor - Plenty of power running on 600mm span canard (outdoor model) with a 5x3 GWS prop. Pulls 6A on a 2s 350mah Zippy Flightmax battery - Total 42Watts. Prop adapter doesn't seem to fit any prop without modification (had to drill out the GWS prop to suit). O ring bands that came with the motor were far too big, hence only 4 stars.
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when it worked it was fine, but sadly never made it into the air, as the extremely delicate wires from the winding had a fracture from rather minimal but repeated movement - too small to fix where the break occurred; need more care with the next one, because otherwise it's a good motor with a 4025 prop on 2s
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early testing yet, but running a 2s 460mah nanotech via a turnigy plush 6amp esc, i pull 26.6 watts at just under 4amps with a gws 4025
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11.6gm with bare wires; diameter 20.3mm; mounting holes centres at 13mm from the axis; spins up nicely on a 2s lipo using a 12amp blue series esc, and sounds lovely; once i get the watts up meter cranking i'll try and post some numbers loaded with my assorted props to assist other shoppers
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Got touched on this one!!! Connected wires to esc that i know works and motor flickers back and forth... Rechecked connections and same result. Checked resistance between wires and one has a high resistance inside motor.. dud motor..
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comprei esse modelo de motor para colocar em uma asinha BONSAI, mas fritou na primeira acelerada! mesmo que no fritasse, no iria ficar rpido o quanto eu esperava

hi, I have received mine today, but it burn! i bought to use with a bonsai wing but didn't worked well, very weak!
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I ordered 2 of these, only problem was to keep the prop on. I had to make a strap of sheet aluminum because the o-rings wouldn't keep the prop on at top speed. These little motors are great, but need to increase shaft length so a prop adapter can be used. When I get prop and power data I will post it.
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