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Turnigy 2810 EDF Outrunner 4600kv for 55/64mm

Turnigy 2810 EDF Outrunner 4600kv for 55/64mm

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95 g
SKU:
T28102A4600
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Turnigy 2810 EDF Outrunner 4600kv for 55/64mm
 
Specs:
Kv- 4600
Dimensions: 46 x 28mm
Shaft: 2.3/3.0mm 
Voltage: 11.1V
Weight: 59g
No-load current: 2.5A
No-load RPM: 51280
Load current: 29.3A
Load RPM: 37740
Thrust: 580g
 
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle: 18mm
Mtg. Hole Number & Size: 4 x M2.5
 
Includes 2 shafts, 2.3 & 3.0mm
  • SKU T28102A4600
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Shipping Weight(g) 95.00
  • Length 91.00
  • Width 45.00
  • Height 55.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 4600.00
  • Max Current (A) 2.30
  • Resistance (mh) 37.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 12.00
  • Power (W) 23.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 3.00
  • Length B (mm) 43.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 20.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 12.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 58.00
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Just got it today. Had to change the shaft for my 64mm EDF. A bit of a headache to change it.... needed a piece of wood with a hole and a small hammer...

I installed it in my lanyu T-45 hawk to replace the 4300kV stock motor that gave just a marginal performance. Just came back from the field from a late afternoon/evening test of the new setup. With this new engine it's no rocket, but I can do much more in terms of aerobatics, so I'm quite pleased with it.

Also it does not demand too much from the esc and battery. A quick test with a fully charged nanotech 2200mAh 3s 35-70C gave me an average around 28A WOT with a peak of 31A over a one-minute run, so the nominal max current seems to be spot on for a 5-blade 64mm EDF! So I'm confident my blue series 40A ESC is enough (sorry, no static thrust measurement).

All in all a great buy for ~$10. Very happy.

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Just got it today. Had to change the shaft for my 64mm EDF. A bit of a headache to change it.... needed a piece of wood with a hole and a small hammer...

I installed it in my lanyu T-45 hawk to replace the 4300kV stock motor that gave just a marginal performance. Just came back from the field from a late afternoon/evening test of the new setup. With this new engine it's no rocket, but I can do much more in terms of aerobatics, so I'm quite pleased with it.

Also it does not demand too much from the esc and battery. A quick test with a fully charged nanotech 2200mAh 3s 35-70C gave me an average around 28A WOT with a peak of 31A over a one-minute run, so the nominal max current seems to be spot on for a 5-blade 64mm EDF! So I'm confident my blue series 40A ESC is enough (sorry, no static thrust measurement).

All in all a great buy for ~$10. Very happy.

This EDF is good in quality and powerfull... the wires are strong and attached to the core very strongly. The motor is so attractive...

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This EDF is good in quality and powerfull... the wires are strong and attached to the core very strongly. The motor is so attractive...

This motor is fast and good on 3S, i use this on the 64mm ducted fan unit you can find it under EDF accessories.

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This motor is fast and good on 3S, i use this on the 64mm ducted fan unit you can find it under EDF accessories.

Received them today and they look like nice motors. I will post more once I can find screws to mount them because they come with NO screws for mounting. So now I need to find out what size the screw holes are!!!

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Received them today and they look like nice motors. I will post more once I can find screws to mount them because they come with NO screws for mounting. So now I need to find out what size the screw holes are!!!

Great motor for the price.I put it on a 64mm EDF fan that I got from HK for $3.99. I put this set up on a HK riccs Mirage 2000 to upgrade the stock system,and now I can do grass take-offs.

I didn't get the 3 different shafts that's included,they only gave me the 1 that was in it.

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Great motor for the price.I put it on a 64mm EDF fan that I got from HK for $3.99. I put this set up on a HK riccs Mirage 2000 to upgrade the stock system,and now I can do grass take-offs.

I didn't get the 3 different shafts that's included,they only gave me the 1 that was in it.

450 g trust on 3 S lipo with 55 impiller with lips

Come without screws :(, all 3 shafts 3.17

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450 g trust on 3 S lipo with 55 impiller with lips

Come without screws :(, all 3 shafts 3.17

Otimo motor para jatinhos leves (ate 400 gramas) com seu alto KV da uma excelente performace. Recomendo.

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Otimo motor para jatinhos leves (ate 400 gramas) com seu alto KV da uma excelente performace. Recomendo.

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