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T5682 Turnigy Pro Comp Brushless Inrunner Motor 1700kv

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When you need serious power for your large scale perfomance boat or 1/5 scale RC car, look no further than the Turnigy Pro Comp series inrunners. These superbly engineered motors offer high quality, ultra high performance & reliability. The motor is re-buildable and features removable end caps, the motor shaft has a machined flat and is 8mm in diameter to handle the extreme torque produced by this monster of a motor!

Specs:
Size: 56x82mm
Kv: 1700rpm/v
Lipoly Cells: 6s
Max Efficiency: 4800w
Current at Max Efficiency: 180A
Max Current (10s): 265A
No Load Current: 4.4A
Internal Resistance: 0.0038
Shaft: 8mm
Weight: 690g

  • Kv(rpm/v) 1700.00
  • Max Current (Motor) (A) 265.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage (V) 25.00
  • Power (W) 4800.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 8.00
  • Length B (mm) 82.00
  • Can Diameter C(mm) 56.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 74.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 106.00
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straton | Verified Buyer

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Apr 16, 2012

I had a minor problem with one of the wires. Shrinking tube was not double as on other two, and after heating it, to change stock connectors, was cut a few centimeters due to heat. Then motor was tested under a load at 180A at 6s with a lot of cooling air. Rpm was 26K. After 4 min of almost full throttle smoke started coming out of the motor and I could here a "screatching noise". I stopped motor and thought the bearings were shot. Well, something worst had happened.The spindle/rotor of the motor holds the magnets together with a bit of blue epoxy(2 drops each only!!!) and a thin film of I guess, polyamide". Magnets had broken both epoxy and film and touching inside of motor. Final result 2 of them were badly scratched. Now I need to re-glue them with a very good epoxy hopefully, and balance the whole thing. That means a lot of work...

jeffrey | Verified Buyer

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Mar 30, 2012

This is a Great Motor,and for the price you can't beat it. I have been running it in my 42' Mono now for 2 mounths every day,(5s 40c Batts) and no problems.This motor would also work great in a 1/5 scale truck or buggy.Awsome power,around 6 Horse Power,Instant throttle response.Will buy more as soon as they come back in stock.(hope they get more).Would recommend this motor for anyone needing massive power.

Eric | Verified Buyer

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Feb 19, 2012

Wow... I fired up this bad-boy today for a quick test free-holding it. It spins up to max speed instantly with no load. Running at max speed It is incredibly smooth. Someone took the time to do a high quality build here and custom balanced the internal shaft and magnets.

What an impressive motor. This is beyond belief.

grsboats | Verified Buyer

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Feb 17, 2012

Just got my hands on this big block and what I can say its a tremendous powerhouse to be used on 1 meter cat.Would like to know what is the best esc to connect to this beast?

Michael | Verified Buyer

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Jan 04, 2012

Wow! What a monster! It is definatly a TP Power Motor- Parts inside and Cables from the same manufactor. More Power then the Leopard 5682! Using this Motor in a 1/5 Redcat Rampage XBe- Insane Power!
This is a powerful High Quality Motor with incredible Torque.
4 Pole 18 Slot. Super Low Price!!! Buy, Buy, Buy!!!

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