TheKEDA 25-29 1250Kv 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 155W of power making it perfect for all kinds of sports aircraft up to around 1-1/2 lbs (700g) AUW.
Kv: 1250 rpm/v
Operating Current: 0.9A ~ 14A
Peak Current: 14A
Max Power: 155W
Cell count: 2 ~ 3S LiPoly
Dimensions: 25 x 29mm
Shaft Size: Dia 3.175mm/ Length 14mm
Mounting hole dimensions: Front 12 x 12mm M2/Rear 16 x 19mm M3
Suggested prop size: 8 x 6 ~ 9 x 5
Max Currents (A)
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Total Length E(mm)
I just read the box label and assuming it came with the motor then I apologize to HK. You see the box says the shaft is 3.17 which it is not. Thus it's really a KDA screwup. :P
I did get a 9x5 ACP folder [without spinner] put on and it spins nicely. Quiet with good thrust. Later I'll measure thrust and amps That is after I fly it this w/e. ;)
RichardOh dear! Another HK screw up. The shaft size on my sample received 7 Oct 2014 is 3.0 mm NOT 3.17! I picked this one specifically because it needed to fit a 1/8 inch folding prop spinner. :( It measured 2.99 on my digital calliper well now I'll have to wait another month for a correct spinner to come in from some other supplier as I will not let HK profit from their screw up. :P
The motor itself is nice though. I did run it up and its quiet and smooth. I have a KDA 22-20 and it's an excellent motor too. Very nice that all the parts shown [except connectors] are included. A full test will have to wait for the spinner to arrive.