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Turnigy 1811 Brushless Indoor Motor 3800kv

Turnigy 1811 Brushless Indoor Mo...

Turnigy 1811 Brushless Indoor Motor 3800kv

Dimension: 22mm x 18mm, 30mm(with shaft)
Weight: 11g  (kv2300) (not including connectors)
Diameter of shaft:F2mm
Length of front shaft:F8mm
Lamination thickn...
T1811-3800

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T1811-3800


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Overview
Turnigy 1811 Brushless Indoor Motor 3800kv
Dimension: 22mm x 18mm, 30mm(with shaft)
Weight: 11g  (kv2300) (not including connectors)
Diameter of shaft:F2mm
Length of front shaft:F8mm
Lamination thickness: .2mm
Magnet type: 45SH




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Specs

Additional Information

  • Blade Count:
    N/A
  • Speed (Sec/60deg):
    No
  • Diameter X(Inch)
    No
  • Torque(kg)(min. 0.01kg)
    No
  • A(mm):
    No
  • B(mm):
    No
  • C(mm)
    No
  • D(mm)
    No
  • E(mm):
    No
  • F(mm):
    No
  • SKU
    T1811-3800
  • Weight(g)
    43.00
  • Length:
    64.00
  • Width:
    39.00
  • Height
    39.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    3800.00
  • Max Currents (A):
    7.00
  • Power (W):
    0.00
  • Length B (mm)
    21.00
  • Can Length D(mm)
    7.00
  • Max Voltage(V):
    7.00
  • Shaft A(mm):
    2.00
  • Unit Weight (g)
    N/A
  • Diameter C(mm)
    18.00
  • Total Length E(mm):
    30.00
  • Resistance (mh):
    0.00
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Working well on my Nutball with a 6030 prop, Plush 10a esc, 2s battery.

First nutball i built using a multi-star 1104 3100kv motor. Because of the mounting its pretty much permanent once mounted... Works well enough until you encounter some frontal damage. Tried the 1811 because the motor mounts are accessible.

As noted under the international reviews/discussion the motor wires need to be protected or not subject to abuse/improper handling.
Great little motor for a pusher microjet such as the X16 chuck glider. Weight rtf is about 100g, and it goes like a missile on a GWS 3x3 prop, 350 2s Lipo.
Small in size but pack with speed
piccolo e molto potente ottimo per BONSAI TURNIGY
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This motor stinks. I had already made the plane and had everything ready to go except for the motor. When the motor arrived I soldered the connectors on and excitedly installed it on my plane. All of my excitement was quickly diminished when I turned on everything and the motor sat there having a seizure going back and forth. I tried this on many esc and all had the same result. Please skip the pain and DON'T buy this motor.
Great motors, i used them for Lama V4 bl conversion. I put 3s battery and eXtreme props with slightly lower pitch, and lama has 500gr pulling force. And all that with full thottle, and motors draw only half of their max current, and stay cool. Amazing small and light motors.
PS: Yes, for lama you must put 3s battery or it will barely lift from ground.
I use this motor in a NE skysurfer that I rebuildt th electrics in. About 116g without battery. I use a 7a esc and 350 mah battery. The plane have plenty speed and endless vertical. I would recomend it for planes 60-150g.
Just recieved my motor yesturday on 8/2/12 put it on my mini popwing with a two cell 500 mah, 4.1x4.1 prop, I like motor plenty of power if you wana see check out video i will post up. I will name it mini popwing

I'm using this with the Bonsai. Power seems ok for the moment, not more I can add really. One more thing, I thought it would come with mounting screws. Lucky me I have a bag of screws around or I'd be screw*d!
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