Weight: 17g (with 10cm wire)
Idle Current: .2A
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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Nice machined little Motor with good look, and it has enough power for my small antik slow flyer. Theese golden coloured turnigy motors are very good quality. I have several of them, ans, as of now, absolutely no complaints. All are working perfectly.I have 4 of these and they take a beating .. used on puddleshark foamies and have had many nose dives into the dirt from teaching kids how to fly they all are still working eve n with slightly bent shafts .. I use 10a or 12a esc and 800mah2s battery with a 7x6 prop. I have tried 8" props but they aren't as profiecent the other prop that works is a 7x6 SF and the planes are between 150g and 200g auw depending on the planeUsed this is a 1/12 control line. Simplay great!I don't know how you can say this c2024 motor will pull a 8043 prop. I tried it on my 138g plane and the plane will hover with a little pull out power,but the motor gets very hot. I also tried a 7060 prop and it doesn't get hot but it will not hover. It also is a amp hog with the 8043 prop.50/50 chance of working. Prop saver for me was no good - too wobbly. Will probably see if can cut the prop saver hub off and use a prop adaptor on the shaft instead.Own many Turnigy motors. This one is going in a Park Scale Models Cessna 187. One front and one back. Will be using 8x4 props and 15 amp escs. Love these motors.Brushless molto buono da utilizzare su un aereo micro.This motor powered my Glider with great ease.
I would recommend this motor to anyone looking for low speed power.Had to drill out the propeller in order to make it fit..
the weight of my foamie is 170gram and with a 8x4.3 prop. it hovers, but not much more. Gets a little hot when hovering with that propeller. Other than that, great quiet motor.
I have 2 of these motors and use them on 2s with a 7*3.5 or 3s with a 8*4 prop and the motor runs quite cool on the 7 inch prop.I have crashed the motor into the ground many times without a problem.