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KD 63-34S Brushless Outrunner 206Kv

KD 63-34S Brushless Outrunner 206Kv

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SKU:
KDA63-34S
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KA63-34S
Constant: 206Kv
Battery: 10Cell Lipo
Operating Current: 9-32A
Peak Current: 43A
Suggested Prop Size: 19x12

   Shaft Size: 8.0mm x 24mm
   Motor Dimensions: 63mm x 56mm    
   Weight: 460g

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Additional Information

  • SKU:
    KDA63-34S
  • Brand:
    N/A
  • Shipping Weight(g)
    460.00
  • Length
    0.00
  • Width:
    0.00
  • Height:
    0.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    206.00
  • Unit Weight (g)
    460
  • Max Currents (A):
    43.00
  • 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)
    24.00
  • Total Length E(mm):
    80.00
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Motor mounted in a Hanger 9 Fokker D-VII. Turning a 17x12E APC with 8S, 4000mha pack. Motor pulls 870w at 5300rpm and flys the plane very well. Not too fast and has scale performance. Other test values with different props:

16x12E 800w 5500rpm

15x13E 660w 5700rpm

17x10 750w 5600rpm

18x10 880w 5400rpm



I suspect that the suggested 19x12 prop will pull close to 1200w with 8S, not so sure I'd use 10S with that prop.
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Great motor for my 26pcnt Peak MXS-R. With 2x5s3000 Zippies and a 20x10 JXF it pulls about 52A. Almost 2kW!. It runs a bit warn/hot, must add some baffles for better cooling. Only issues so far are:
1. A bit sloppy bearings, replaced with ceramic Abec7.
2. Stator came loose, strange noise after landing. Re-glued with 24h epoxy. Works fine now. Might be due to overtemp....

This is one is equvilent to AXI5320/34. Would whish for a bit more powerfull motor, but the a63-20L and 24L is are bit too heavy. A "a63-24M" (i.e. an AXI 5325/24 clone) would have been perfect.
Please HK, offer something inbetween S and L.
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I bought this for my Hangar 9 Sopwith Camel which needs the noseweight. On 8S it spins an 18" propeller fast enough to fly the Camel comfortably. The motor is cool after landing but I don't remember how much current it drew. I get almost 40 minutes duration with a 8S 5000 mAh battery.



My motor has surface rust on the shaft but that doesn't matter. It's fantastic value for the money.



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tres bon en 12s avec une 19x15 35 A
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This is a great motor but I have a couple of small complaints. Firstly, it is heavier than the specified 460g. It weighs 535g on its own, and 680g with all of its accessories. Secondly, I had to file a couple of grooves out of the flange mounted prop adaptor to clear the grub screws. Otherwise, once I got it running it was a great performer!



On 6S LiPo cells, with a 20x13 electric prop, it pulled 3,570g using 810W of power.
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