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KD 63-28S Brushless Outrunner 248Kv

KD 63-28S Brushless Outrunner 248Kv

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KA63-28S
Constant: 249kv
Battery: 10Cell Lipo
Opperating Current: 10-36A
Peak Current: 48A
Suggested Prop:23x11 or 18x12

  KA63-28S
   Shaft Size: 8.0mm x 24mm
   Motor Dimensions: 63mm x 56mm    
   Weight: 460g

  • SKU KDA63-28S
  • Brand -
  • Shipping Weight 515.0000
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  • Packaging Width 0.00
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  • Kv(rpm/v) 249.00
  • Max Current (A) 48.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 37.00
  • Power (W) 0.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 8.00
  • Length B (mm) 56.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 63.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 25.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 79.00
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i got my First Motor Like this ,recently .And After A few tests ,Found is as the prior mentioned of Good Quality ,,and for extreme Value ,its Good Variety of Possible Planes to fit this Motor .

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i got my First Motor Like this ,recently .And After A few tests ,Found is as the prior mentioned of Good Quality ,,and for extreme Value ,its Good Variety of Possible Planes to fit this Motor .

I am using this motor with 2 x 6cell lipo's in series and an 80amp esc and 18 x 12 prop in a 30cc Yak. At first I had a lot of problems with the motor loosing power over half throttle and making a screeching noise. After some discussions everybody told me it was timing. I changed the timing from automatic to high. Smoke came out of the motor after about 5 seconds. I took the motor apart and found that the magnets moved and is touching the back plate. Moved and epoxy the magnets back. I throttled it up again, everything seemed fine until the motor pulled out of the engine mount provided and demolished the planes nose. The motor mount is definetly to weak for this setup. I will rebuild the nose and tell you if I managed to fly this plane.

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I am using this motor with 2 x 6cell lipo's in series and an 80amp esc and 18 x 12 prop in a 30cc Yak. At first I had a lot of problems with the motor loosing power over half throttle and making a screeching noise. After some discussions everybody told me it was timing. I changed the timing from automatic to high. Smoke came out of the motor after about 5 seconds. I took the motor apart and found that the magnets moved and is touching the back plate. Moved and epoxy the magnets back. I throttled it up again, everything seemed fine until the motor pulled out of the engine mount provided and demolished the planes nose. The motor mount is definetly to weak for this setup. I will rebuild the nose and tell you if I managed to fly this plane.

Major complaint is advertised weight = 460 grams! This it most definitely is NOT... straight out the box onto the scale it is measured at 535 grams - a significant error when weight is a main criteria for selecting this motor...

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Major complaint is advertised weight = 460 grams! This it most definitely is NOT... straight out the box onto the scale it is measured at 535 grams - a significant error when weight is a main criteria for selecting this motor...

I bought this motor instead of an AXI 5320/28 to power a Thunder Tiger F8F Bearcat. The model was designed for a .90 sized glow motor and it weighs about 11 pounds RTF.



I'm running a TP 9s2p 4200 mAH ProLite battery. The motor draws 50 amps with an APC 15x12 four blade pattern prop. It's really quiet but pulls the model vertical like a homesick angel-) The model does 80 MPH easily in level flight and I measured it doing 100 MPH downwind with a doppler measurement program.



The motor is very durable as well. I've had a few nose overs which bent the motor mount but the motor keeps going strong after a dozen flights. It runs very cool as well.



I highly recommend this motor to anyone looking for the best value for large scale aircraft.



Here's a link to the build thread:

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=576476

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I bought this motor instead of an AXI 5320/28 to power a Thunder Tiger F8F Bearcat. The model was designed for a .90 sized glow motor and it weighs about 11 pounds RTF.



I'm running a TP 9s2p 4200 mAH ProLite battery. The motor draws 50 amps with an APC 15x12 four blade pattern prop. It's really quiet but pulls the model vertical like a homesick angel-) The model does 80 MPH easily in level flight and I measured it doing 100 MPH downwind with a doppler measurement program.



The motor is very durable as well. I've had a few nose overs which bent the motor mount but the motor keeps going strong after a dozen flights. It runs very cool as well.



I highly recommend this motor to anyone looking for the best value for large scale aircraft.



Here's a link to the build thread:

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=576476

great motor, put it in a 25% 260 extra by cermark. used 10 cells 4800ma zippy, great batteries, motor draws 2300 watts. the most important thing is the motor accelerates under hard throttle so 3d is great.



gassers eat your heart out, electric rules. this is 3 hp and under 4 lbs. encluding motor, speed control and batteries.

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great motor, put it in a 25% 260 extra by cermark. used 10 cells 4800ma zippy, great batteries, motor draws 2300 watts. the most important thing is the motor accelerates under hard throttle so 3d is great.



gassers eat your heart out, electric rules. this is 3 hp and under 4 lbs. encluding motor, speed control and batteries.

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