The KEDA 28-39 1000Kv motor is a smooth running, high-quality brushless outrunner. The prop may be fitted directly to the motor shaft using the supplied prop saver or bolted directly to the motor casing using the adapter supplied to allow for front or rear mounting.
A comprehensive accessory pack is supplied and includes a cross style mount, prop adaptor, prop saver with 3 'O' rings and prop hub insert. A spare motor shaft and mount/adaptor fixing bolts.
In testing this motor produced up to 200W of power making it perfect for all kinds of sports or scale aircraft up to around 2 lbs (900g) AUW.
Kv: 1000 rpm/v
Operating Current: 1.4A ~ 10A
Peak Current: 10A
Max Power: 200W
Cell count: 2 ~ 3S LiPoly
Dimensions: 28 x 39mm
Shaft Size: Dia 3mm/ Length 14mm
Mounting hole dimensions: Front 12 x 12mm M3 /Rear 16 x 19mm M2
Suggested prop size: 11x4.7
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This is a great little motor! I use it on my Phoenix 2000 2m/1kg glider with a 10x6 prop. In the glider, it's only used for ~30 second bursts (at 100pcnt throttle), so doesn't have time to get too hot. I noticed that if I used the motor for minutes at a time at 100pcnt throttle trying to beat a strong headwind, it definitely would get too hot, so I guess this is the reason for the 900g recommended AUW limit.One of my favorite engines! Reliable, good equipment. I want to try it on a model with a wingspan of 1060 mm and a weight of 710 grams. I would like to ask the administration of the site to correct the data. The description incorrectly specified maximum current of 10A. It should be 25A. Here is a link to the website producer. http://www.kedamodel.com/product/a22l.html