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EDF Ducted Fan Unit 6 Blade 2.56inch / 66mm

EDF Ducted Fan Unit 6 Blade 2.56inch / 66mm

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OR003-00104-6B

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EDF Ducted Fan Unit 2.56inch  6 Blade
Blade Diameter: 66mm / 2.56inch
Outer Case Diameter: 70mm
Wall Thickness: 1.9mm
EDF Length: 61mm
Front Shroud Diameter: 81mm
Motor Mount Holes: (Adjustable, from 25~26mm)
Blade Type: 6
Shaft Size: 3mm
This EDF will take a motor with a maximum diameter of 29mm
Shaft adapter is a grub screw type now. Not colet. Ignore image.


Made from high strength reinforced plastic.
Spare propellers available.

Recomended Motor: 380 / 28-47 9 Turn
ESC: 36A
Rpm: 4,000kv
Power: 750~950g Thrust


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  • SKU:
    OR003-00104-6B
  • Brand:
    N/A
  • Weight(g)
    80.00
  • Length
    95.00
  • Width:
    90.00
  • Height:
    90.00
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Very satisfied.
Equiped with the Turnigy Typhoon 450H 2215H Heli Motor it is very powerfull at a 5S 1800mA 40C setup. Approx. 900g static thrust @ 47Amp. To fit the motor the casing needs some rework with a solder iron in order to open a hole for the motor cables. The runout of the original aluminum spinner was replaced with a selfmade spinner out of silver steel. This is now running very smoth even at 48k rpm.
Very powerfull at an unbeatable price!
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fits into my new project well will update when i fly
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i put a turnigy 3200kv outrunner with a zippy 4s 40c 2200ma,plenty of power and sounds amazing,realy moves my twister around. will buy more :)
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this fan combined with the TGY Typhoon 2218 Heli-motor gives a superlight but really powerfull 4S EDF with plenty of thrust (about 1,1 kg at 8ooW/75Ah max) and a reasonable speed. The Motor is not overheating but ventilator needs to be reversed of course...
This fan is perfect to seriously power up all 64mm (with a little grinding) an 70mm Foamies at a minimal cost. Its a BEST BUY !!!
I'm using it in the T-45, in the HK-70 Sport-jet, two of them in the SR-71.
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ses une turbine experimentale j'espere que ca va fontionner
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the one i received is not good enough in quality to be used on a plane. the barrel is not perfectly circular, and blades will strike when rpm is just 50pcnt max. into the bin it goes, not worth fixing up.
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Today received my order.

Nice fan, it will build in my F16.

Now is it waiting for the test results with this new fan.

By dry test, its looking good.

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super fan with the right edf motor just keep it below 4300kv motor to keep from overworking the motor 4300kv will make 460 grams of thrust at 432 watts
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hey my name is dan the best edf motor ive encountered was a hoffman motor mighty mite
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Needs lots of rpm to produce thrust. I tried it with 3s and a 3200kv outrunner, not enough power to fly my hp f-16.
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