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HobbyKing™ Donkey ST3007-1100kv Brushless Power System Combo

HobbyKing™ Donkey ST3007-1100kv Brushless Power System Combo

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9031000160

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When pulling power matters and looks.. well.. just dont, then the HobbyKing™ Donkey ST3007 motor and esc combo is the work horse for you. This tough-as-rawhide motor features a heavy duty mount, a 4mm shaft and self oiling bushings that just wont give up like some of the bearings in those little "Show Pony" motors.

Specs:
RPM/v: 1100kv
Dimensions: 37 x 25mm
Shaft: 4.0mm
Voltage: 6v~13v (2~3s lipo)
Weight: 98g
No-load current: 1.7A
Max Current: 22A
Max Watts: 240W
Mounting Holes: 44mm
ESC: 20A with XT60

Prop Data:
9050 - 11.1v - 18A - 920g Thrust 

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Additional Information

  • SKU:
    9031000160
  • Brand:
    HobbyKing
  • Weight(g)
    149.00
  • Length
    90.00
  • Width:
    50.00
  • Height:
    50.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    1100.00
  • Max Currents (A)
    22.00
  • Power (W):
    240.00
  • Length B (mm):
    25.00
  • Can Length D(mm)
    15.00
  • Max Voltage(V)
    13.00
  • Shaft A(mm):
    4.00
  • Unit Weight (g):
    98
  • Diameter C(mm)
    36.00
  • Total Length E(mm)
    44.00
  • Resistance (mh):
    2.00
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Good value, good combo, no worries pulling a 500g 3D bird around.
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brought two if these for some small projects ,great value for money both work well from the box with no problems ,used with s2 30c 1500mha battery lots of power and good run time as well am looking at getting more.
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Superb combination, i purchased when it was cheaper and it was great value. It's a rather heavy motor but has enough power for foam planes on 3s. It's been buried in dirt and soil about 5 times (Very durable motor)) and i just blast it clean with a compressor air line and ensure i keep the bushings oiled (Reduces a lot of friction). I de-soldered the wires on the ESC and added 3.5mm bullet connectors so i can use the ESC with other motors and put a 4s capable ESC on the motor for more power and efficiency.
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great motor! suits the discription perfectly, it wil yust keep going!!!!!! great for diy planes! with a 10x5 prop 1.150 grams of thrust!
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One of the first motors I started learning flying with. They are powerful and affordable for starters, I used it to fly many FT planes, and it did well. The issues I faced was its weight specially when mounted on a bit small plane, its short wires which required some modifications on the plane and the mounting...which is too wide, and cant be replaced.
Overall, its a very good starting motor in case you dont know how to match Motors with ESCs and soldering techniques. It took many bumps and hits and still going.
Like it and wish there are same motors with different KVs.
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on back order so l would get it from international To change amount eg: 2 not 1 ...above you can see quantity ..change that to 2 International can take a couple of weeks to aus and l have no idea whats going on with HK's posting costs, they are so out of control at the moment ....sometimes paying 3 times the price for postage than the cost of the item
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Fantastic for medium and little airpane.

ALL INCLUSIVE ;-)
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Is very good motor and esco combo for airplane not much big it's fantastic, simple to mount and whit 20A esc incorporate.

THK HK
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yeah it's fine for my Noob tube, i had to use 2200mAh for this , i think that it's better if manufacture can increase the wire lengths than this, really cheap and affordable.
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I've bought two of this combos.
One of them works great.
The second doesn't... The motor pulses...
Check everything lots of times, I found out that is one of the ESC that is not Ok.
It's expensive to return it, so I will buy a new one.

But in spite of that, it's a excelent combo with a lot of force. ESC seem to be at the limit, a 25A or 30A rated ESC would be preferable
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