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Mini Mite Outrunner 1950kv for 3D Park Flyer

Mini Mite Outrunner 1950kv for 3D Park Flyer

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Hoffman Magnetics is located in California and has a team of devoted staff and engineers to bring start-of-the-art technology, the kind usually reserved for commercial, military/aerospace and medical manufacturing, into the RC industry. Hoffman Magnetics has designed and manufactured parts for products such as the Panavision Camera, Tomohawk Cruise Missile, Maverick Missile, Xerox and IBM.
You wont find any fancy colours or pretty stickers on Hoffman motors. Performance is the key point here.
 
This series of motors are perfect for 6-12 oz. 3D park flyers and 10-15 oz. sport park flyers. Insane Power in a micro outrunner!
 
Specs:
Kv-1950rpm/v
R (ohms) - 0.113
Weight - 27 grams
Prop Range - 2S(9x5)-3S(5x5, 6x5.5) 
Battery - 2s & 3s lipo
Watts- 100
  
  • SKU OTRM
  • Brand -
  • Shipping Weight 111.0000
  • Length 0.00
  • Width 0.00
  • Height 0.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 1950.00
  • Max Current (A) 0.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 11.00
  • Power (W) 100.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 3.00
  • Length B (mm) 16.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 28.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 8.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 26.00
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I'd recommend with the Dragonfly, although it seems a pricy motor (costs more than the plane) it works well, just adequate with a 5x5 tractor (turned around to make a pusher) Why are pushers so hard to get? Now with a 5x3 tractor .... you know the story. Pushes the dragonfly along well, without threatening to take the wings off, some more prop changes to make, perhaps 3 pack lipo (2 at the moment). But I would certainly buy another one.

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I'd recommend with the Dragonfly, although it seems a pricy motor (costs more than the plane) it works well, just adequate with a 5x5 tractor (turned around to make a pusher) Why are pushers so hard to get? Now with a 5x3 tractor .... you know the story. Pushes the dragonfly along well, without threatening to take the wings off, some more prop changes to make, perhaps 3 pack lipo (2 at the moment). But I would certainly buy another one.

Did some flying:



500mah 3s, 10 amp turnigy Esc, 5x5 prop. Result my depron f14 can't make a left turn, the torque off the engine is just to much.



Did some right corner flights and the engine performed very good and is very fast indeed.



Tried it again with a 6x3 prop: result the same, torque is just to much.



So great engine, but no use in a depron pusher. Probapelly the bomb for any other plane that can counter the torque. 3 stars.

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Did some flying:



500mah 3s, 10 amp turnigy Esc, 5x5 prop. Result my depron f14 can't make a left turn, the torque off the engine is just to much.



Did some right corner flights and the engine performed very good and is very fast indeed.



Tried it again with a 6x3 prop: result the same, torque is just to much.



So great engine, but no use in a depron pusher. Probapelly the bomb for any other plane that can counter the torque. 3 stars.

Some simpel user feedback:



1. It is really precisoin made, the windings are superb.



2.The shaft is really short about 8mm, I had to trim it down so my propsaver would fit.



3.The 3 engine wires are not flush with the base plate.



4.It was overpacked in a shiny plastic container: including 4 mounting screws, a sticker and a instruction note



5. I will test fly it on a 8 oz depron f14 pusher. It's 80cm long and 50cm wide. More info soon

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Some simpel user feedback:



1. It is really precisoin made, the windings are superb.



2.The shaft is really short about 8mm, I had to trim it down so my propsaver would fit.



3.The 3 engine wires are not flush with the base plate.



4.It was overpacked in a shiny plastic container: including 4 mounting screws, a sticker and a instruction note



5. I will test fly it on a 8 oz depron f14 pusher. It's 80cm long and 50cm wide. More info soon

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