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Turnigy 2226-3000 70mm EDF Outrunner

Turnigy 2226-3000 70mm EDF Outrunner

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SKU:
L2226-3000

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Turnigy 2226-3000 EDF Outrunner
 
Specifications:
Suits: 70mm EDF Unit
RPM/v: 3000kv
Max RPM: 44000
No load current: 4A
Max Current: 40amp
Max Watts: 600w
Thrust: 1200gram
Voltage: 14.8v (4s)
Diameter of shaft: 4mm
Bolt Holts: 19mm
Weight: 98g
ESC: 45A
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  • SKU:
    L2226-3000
  • Brand:
    Turnigy
  • Weight(g)
    132.00
  • Length
    92.00
  • Width:
    45.00
  • Height:
    55.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    3000.00
  • Max Currents (A)
    40.00
  • Power (W):
    600.00
  • Length B (mm):
    47.00
  • Can Length D(mm)
    28.00
  • Max Voltage(V)
    15.00
  • Shaft A(mm):
    4.00
  • Unit Weight (g):
    98
  • Diameter C(mm)
    29.00
  • Total Length E(mm)
    62.00
  • Resistance (mh):
    0.00
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I can't imagine everybody who buy's things from hobbyking , they would immediately test it in front of a camera ! If my ESC would get damaged by this crazy experiment or a lipo would start burning or blowing into my face who would than be responsible ?
hobbyking do you assume that responsibility ? How can you guys ask to do something so dangerous !!! ? Why not test it yourself or your children ???
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Got the item broken, some idiot from hobbyking asked me to take photo and video to prove the damage. Please note that connecting a faulty motor to your ESC might damage your more expensive ESC. Now imagine a child following instructions from IDIOTS like that burning up the house just because they need to see live video or photo while the motor is burning down ?
I can't imagine everybody who buy's things from hobbyking , they would immediately test it in front of a camera ! If my ESC would get damaged by this crazy experiment or a lipo would start burning or blowing into my face who would than be responsible ?
hobbyking do you assume that responsibility ? How can you guys ask to do something so dangerous !!! ? Why not test it yourself or your children ???
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Great motor. Feels good and no issues with bearings. Doesn't come with any accessories. Fitted to a 70mm EDF in my LX F-117.

Running on a 4s 2200 and a YEP60a ESC produces 872w and draws 55a at max throttle.
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Great EDF motor! i use it on my Freewing f 16
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I fitted one of these to a six blade fan on 4 cells in a DH Vampire. It lasted about 6 flights before one of the motor bearings totally disintegrated ruining the motor and fan. For less than 7 I suppose you get what you pay for?
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This motor is an absolute screamer. I have it on a funjet,4 cell,with a 6x4 prop and is running 140mph. Motor and ESC comes down barely warm. You bet I'll buy more of these.
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This motor is quiet amazing :) having worn out a efite 15 df motor in my funjet ultra that cost 60 quid I thought I give this a go for less tan a Tenner it's got to be worth a go.So out the box the first thing is the magnets are very strong and the power leads are a heavy gauge so looks good.
well I stuck it in the fun jet with a 4.5x 4.5 apc speed prop on it (same as I ran before hooked up a 2600 gens ace 40c 4s and hit the throttle :D. it's a screamer !! As quick as the efite sound really sweet to
38 amps ,595watts run time 3minutes AFT no signs getting hot brilliant :) hope it lasts
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Very well performing motor on my Hobbyking Bae Hawk with 70mm ChangeSun 10-blade EDF and 3000MAh 4S lipo. Gives about 1,4KG thrust on AUW of 1,2KG. Balanced perfectly on first try, really happy with performance. Static Amp draw about 44A @ 650W :)

Will buy more of these combos for - yet to be built - flying wing 4m span (2x EDF) sound is awsome, Whooshhh instead of whine :)
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I fitted one of these to a cheap e-bay 6 bladed edf. Powered by 2x 3 cell 2200 batteries in series 'giving a total of 6 cells' the performance of this little motor is quite amazing..... I would buy another no problem....
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