NTM Prop Drive motors are rock-solid performance outrunners with tight windings, quality bearings, correctly rated magnets, balanced stator and flux rings plus they are QC checked at 14 points, from material processing all the way through to final dyno test.
Because we design and build these motors completely in-house (from 3D/2D drawing to materials sourcing, machining, balancing, final assembly and dyno) we can completely control production and ensure product consistency from design right through to shipping the product to you. The removal of middle-men has meant we can drive better value to the market and retail these motors at factory(our) prices! All performance figures are real and tested on our own motor dynos.
Our QC engineers check and balance each motor before shipping to the HobbyKing.com warehouse.
Model: NTM Prop Drive Series 5060 380kv
Max current: 90A
Max Power: 2665W @ 30v (8S) / 2000W @ 22v (6S)
Cell count: 6s~8s Lipoly
Bolt holes: 30mm
Bolt thread: M4
Connection: 4mm Bullet-connector
17x8 - 25.9v - 1900W - 73.5A - 7.03kg thrust
17x10 - 25.9v - 2124W - 82A - 7.26kg thrust
Note: An accessory pack is available for this motor. Please see the related items below.
Max Currents (A)
Length B (mm):
Can Length D(mm)
Unit Weight (g):
Total Length E(mm)
Been configuration 9s 5Ah, 18 x 8 screw rod 100a consumption 7,9kg 40c, then it was terrible. Not expected. All intact.I am using an NTM 50-60 380kv motor as a replacement for the original motor on my FW-190. On a 6S, 40c, 4000mah battery fully charged I tested this with a Turnigy 3 blade 17x8 prop. It produced 8 kilos of thrust at 1880 Watts and 82 amps. I also tested a 16x8 3 bladed Master Airscrew at 7 Kilos, 74 amps and 1700 watts. Either one is pretty respectable. I am using this in my 1700mm Focke Wulf HK plane because the original prop broke and it is impossible to find a 3 bladed prop large enough to load up the low KV original motor. This should scoot the FW along very well. I have not flown it yet. I have had problems with 50-50 580kv motors magnets coming loose, but this motor and the last 50-50 580kv I bought have a cage added to the back of the rotor to help hold the magnets in. I don't anticipate that being a problem any more.Mine arrive today and I have run it static for about 10mins on 6s and 150A RotorStar opto ESC. Between half and two thirds throttle with 15 x 6 prop. Smooth and powerful so far. Appears to have a ring glue in to stop magnets sliding, I can't see the ends of the magnets and it seems well made and assembled. That 8mmm shaft looks so strong. A little more time will tell. If it stays together it may deserve 5 stars all round. I will update with a few flights completed in the next 2 or 3 weeks.
HO AQCQUISTATO QUESTO MOTORE E AL PRIMO VOLO MAGNETI STACCATI ....DA BUTTARE E NESSUNO RISARCISCE IL MOTORE ....SPAZZATURA......oggi ho provato il motore in questione ...
al primo volo si sono scollati i magneti con conseguenza del bloccaggio motore e il mio aereo nuovo sebhart pc 21 ha subito un brutto atterraggio con notevoli danni .... avevo letto di questo problema e ora lo posso confermare ...vi allego la risposta dello staff ...(We respect your feedback and what you are saying about the product, so kindly understand this we can not give any compensation on this matter under Warranty. If you need more explanation about how can you test the motor before having it flight, I can create a ticket for you and you will get a response from our Product Specialist but still, there will be no compensation since your claim is voided under Warranty.) saluti a tuuti quelli che volano ....ma con altri motori ........A good motor, but still has problems with attachment magnetov.Pokodba came after 90 minutes of use ........
Great Powerful motor for the moneyI bought this motor and installed it in an Aeroworks Bravata running a Turnigy Plush 100 Amp ESC and 6S 5000 mah battery with an 18.5X8 prop. In the first minute of testing with the prop on, a magnet came loose. I opened the motor up and glued the magnet. Test-ran again and another 3 magnets came loose within two minutes of testing. When the magnets come loose, they slide backwards on the can and then start to scrape against the motor's back-plate, creating a scraping sound (the can is rotating but the backplate is stationary). There are other comments about magnets coming lose on this motor here at this product's page. There are also some comments of people very happy and not losing magnets. I believe that quality control at the factory is not sufficiently good, and the motors are not being assembled in a consistent way. Some come out good, some not so good.Hello,
Same for me Magnets went away 5th fly:
5AH 6S Turnigy 40C
Prop 14x9x3 on 1600 Mustng (perfect feet)
Glued magnets back, had more friction motor burned and melted (was bieutiful it started to smoke like if the plane have been shooted down)
=> GO SK3 5055Ich fliege den Motor in einer 4 m Fox und einer DG 202 5 m, 9 kg mit 6 S. Nach dem Start vom Startwagen, ca. 30 m, geht das Modell sehr zgig in die Hhe. Die Propeller, die ich fliege sind 17 x 8 und 18 x 8 Camprop. Mit 18 x 8 hat der Motor im Stand 73 AH und im Flug 65 AH. Ich habe auch einen 17 x 10 getestet, der dann 95 AH hat und der Motor dann ber 80 Grad heiss wird. Dann verliert der Motor seine Magnete immer wieder. Auch ein einkleben mit UHU Plus war nicht hilfreich. Fr den Preis hat der Motor eine sehr gute Leistung.