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T5692 Turnigy Pro Comp Brushless Inrunner Motor 1320kv

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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!

Size: 56x92mm
Kv: 1320rpm/v
Maximum Voltage: 30v
Lipoly Cells: 8s
Max Efficiency: 6000w
Current at Max Efficiency: 190A
Max Current (10s): 375A
No Load Current: 4.2A
Internal Resistance: 0.0043
Shaft: 8mm
Weight: 813g

  • Kv(rpm/v) 1320.00
  • Max Current (Motor) (A) 375.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage (V) 30.00
  • Power (W) 6000.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 8.00
  • Length B (mm) 92.00
  • Can Diameter C(mm) 56.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 84.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 116.00

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TwirlyWhirly555 | Verified Buyer

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Feb 17, 2012

BIG MOTOR , this motor is huge , running on a 150A controller , lowest speed current draw at 15 volts is just above 1 amp , max speed on 15 volts , current is just above 5.8 amps both readings on unloaded motor , great quallity , but better sleving over 3 main wires could be better , as one has split on mine , but i will replace it :)

znus_ | Verified Buyer

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Jan 31, 2012

Running on 8s (esc is the Turnigy AquaStar 240A HV) in a 45" hull. The thing is scary!

terry | Verified Buyer

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Jan 23, 2012

this would go nice behind the hobbyking jet drive for large boats
oh yeah bring it on , 1/4 scale jet boats

zeeek1 | Verified Buyer

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Dec 24, 2011

All I can say is Wow! I wish it wasn;t winter and I could slip this bad boy into my 40" mono to test.

Definately NOT a leopard clone. Different core & windings 4 SURE!!

I haven't recieve my TP power motor yet to compare construction. I will follow up.

This motor has 16 steps as per other poster on this brand as opposed to 12 steps for leopard motors.

For once i am stumped as to who makes these?? Or which brand it is derived from unles HK actually did request a factory to make their own vrand.

I will have to consult some other motor GURU's to see if this is a 4, 6 or even an 8 pole like a Neu 2210.

Core resembles a Neu or Aqua craft UL1 motor in that looking from the outside in, it looks incased. Maybe I will take it apart but, I don't really want to at this time.

WIres that exit the rear vent holes should IMO be better insulated with lots more heat shrink or Med. to large size silicone fuel tubing. 4mm ID require and rear vent holes are approx. 9mm in diamter.

I wish they would tell us how many poles it is so I don;t fry an esc on testing!!!! LOL, will use cheapy esc on bench I guess.

More to come ! Merry X-mas!!!

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