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HobbyKing AP05 3000kv Brushless Micro Motor (5.4g)

HobbyKing AP05 3000kv Brushless Micro Motor (5.4g)

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High quality micro motors. Precision wound with silver-copper wire and ultra hard-press laminations.
Extreme performance and efficiency for your micro plane.

Factory Spec.
Kv: 3000rpm/v
Lipo Range: 1~2S (3.7~7.4V)
Suggested prop: 5030
Max current: 3A
Burst current (5sec): 4A 
Weight: 5.4g (including mount and wire)
Shaft: 1.5mm
Shaft length: 14mm
Dimensions : 14 x 13mm
 
Test data:
5030 prop (Recommended)
Voltage: 7V
Current: 2.8A
Thrust: 110g
 
For 70g 3D airplane and 120g normal flying.

  • SKU HK-AP05-3000
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Shipping Weight 21.0000
  • Length 83.00
  • Width 14.00
  • Height 60.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 3000.00
  • Max Current (A) 4.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 7.00
  • Power (W) 0.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 2.00
  • Length B (mm) 12.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 13.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 8.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 19.00
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these seem to be excellent little motors.....seem to have good power for the small size

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these seem to be excellent little motors.....seem to have good power for the small size

fantastic little item

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fantastic little item

seems to be just fine....we will see when I get some time on it

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seems to be just fine....we will see when I get some time on it

came quick after ordering....looks good....got to get it mounted and tested so I can see if it will power my park flyer

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came quick after ordering....looks good....got to get it mounted and tested so I can see if it will power my park flyer

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Works great with a handlaunch glider conversion..

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Works great with a handlaunch glider conversion..

Used this engine as a replacement for the original gearbox and engine for a SU26XP from Parkzone. Power is roughly the same or somewhat greater. Used together with the 0,7gr BL controller from Hobbyking. Great!! (included a propsaver - 4mm)

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Used this engine as a replacement for the original gearbox and engine for a SU26XP from Parkzone. Power is roughly the same or somewhat greater. Used together with the 0,7gr BL controller from Hobbyking. Great!! (included a propsaver - 4mm)

My P51 Mustang, Dave Rovelen plans, 46 cm wing span, 70 g AUW. GWS EP-4530 prop. Lipo 2S180 mAh nanotech flew like a rocket with this motor half throttle.

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My P51 Mustang, Dave Rovelen plans, 46 cm wing span, 70 g AUW. GWS EP-4530 prop. Lipo 2S180 mAh nanotech flew like a rocket with this motor half throttle.

I swapped this motor into my UM T-28, and wow this thing is fast! Check out the Ultra Micro T-28 thread on RCgroups if you want to see pictures. I used the Plush 6 amp, MAKE SURE YOU INSTALL A 1 amp diode (like 1N4001) between positive line into the brick or you can fry it. Then swap it to brushless and POW! You've got a much faster bird. Heavier too, so it handles a little more wind. Only draw back is that it doesn't "float" as much as it did before.

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I swapped this motor into my UM T-28, and wow this thing is fast! Check out the Ultra Micro T-28 thread on RCgroups if you want to see pictures. I used the Plush 6 amp, MAKE SURE YOU INSTALL A 1 amp diode (like 1N4001) between positive line into the brick or you can fry it. Then swap it to brushless and POW! You've got a much faster bird. Heavier too, so it handles a little more wind. Only draw back is that it doesn't "float" as much as it did before.

I used this for my Ultra micro T-28. converted to 2s brushless setup using this motor, TURNIGY Plush 6A /.8bec/6g Speed Controller, and even a slightly large 300mAh nanotech battery. weight including battery was 65.5g, and this setup allows me to pull straight up. I would say to put the throws down slightly since the plane is at least twice as fast now! here's the thread with the info.

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1282886&page=563

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I used this for my Ultra micro T-28. converted to 2s brushless setup using this motor, TURNIGY Plush 6A /.8bec/6g Speed Controller, and even a slightly large 300mAh nanotech battery. weight including battery was 65.5g, and this setup allows me to pull straight up. I would say to put the throws down slightly since the plane is at least twice as fast now! here's the thread with the info.

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1282886&page=563

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