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Turnigy 2815 EDF Outrunner 3500kv for 55/64mm

Turnigy 2815 EDF Outrunner 3500kv for 55/64mm

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Turnigy 2815 EDF Outrunner 3500kv for 55/64mm
 
Specs:
Kv- 3500
Dimensions: 51 x 28mm
Shaft: 2.3/3.0mm 
Voltage: 11.1V
Weight: 74g
No-load current: 1.9A
No-load RPM: 38460
Load current: 17.8A
Load RPM: 32780
Thrust: 485g
 
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle: 18mm
Mtg. Hole Number & Size: 4 x M2.5
 
Includes 2 shafts, 2.3 & 3.0mm
  • SKU T28151C3500
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Shipping Weight 110.0000
  • Length 90.00
  • Width 45.00
  • Height 55.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 3500.00
  • Max Current (A) 1.96
  • Resistance (mh) 36.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 12.00
  • Power (W) 19.60
  • Shaft A(mm) 3.00
  • Length B (mm) 48.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 28.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 17.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 64.00
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I have a put a post in the forum with stats for this motor a few of its brothers and sisters but ill put them here too. Motor is good quality and I think will run on 4S fine if kept under 500W.

3S 64mm 5 Blade Fan 19A, 220W, 11.7v 450g thrust (in plane)

4S 64mm 5 Blade Fan 30A, 450W, 11.7v 640g thrust (in plane)



3S 64mm 6 Blade Fan 19A, 216W, 11.45v 480g thrust (in plane)

4S 64mm 6 Blade Fan 29.5A, 430W, 14.8v 640g thrust (in plane)

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I have a put a post in the forum with stats for this motor a few of its brothers and sisters but ill put them here too. Motor is good quality and I think will run on 4S fine if kept under 500W.

3S 64mm 5 Blade Fan 19A, 220W, 11.7v 450g thrust (in plane)

4S 64mm 5 Blade Fan 30A, 450W, 11.7v 640g thrust (in plane)



3S 64mm 6 Blade Fan 19A, 216W, 11.45v 480g thrust (in plane)

4S 64mm 6 Blade Fan 29.5A, 430W, 14.8v 640g thrust (in plane)

I bought 2 of these for a GWS-262. I use 2 25A tower pro ESCs and a turnigy 2200mah lipo. Its too much for the lipo, it gets hot and puffed out. I'll try a 2600 mah next. Great motors, lots of power. Great value.

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I bought 2 of these for a GWS-262. I use 2 25A tower pro ESCs and a turnigy 2200mah lipo. Its too much for the lipo, it gets hot and puffed out. I'll try a 2600 mah next. Great motors, lots of power. Great value.

Looks are good, some flaws.

I had to rebalance both of my motors, I needed lots of CA to balance them but after balancing they ran fine.



Axles supplied with motors were 2.3mm , 3mm and 3.3mm , but 3.3 mm will not fit because the hole is already almost too tight for 3mm axle!

I had to use brute force and hammer to get 3mm axle of and install 2.3mm.



Real life performance will tell more.

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Looks are good, some flaws.

I had to rebalance both of my motors, I needed lots of CA to balance them but after balancing they ran fine.



Axles supplied with motors were 2.3mm , 3mm and 3.3mm , but 3.3 mm will not fit because the hole is already almost too tight for 3mm axle!

I had to use brute force and hammer to get 3mm axle of and install 2.3mm.



Real life performance will tell more.

Motor appears to be of good quality. On a GWS 64mm, 6-blade fan, Hyperion 3S 2500mAh 25C, Phoenix 25A ESC-low timing, I was pulling 22 amps and 239 watts at 11 volts WOT. Sorry no thrust data, but holding the unit in my hand produced impressive thrust for a 64mm fan. The website says 17.8 amps as 'load current'. If I understand that to mean max continuous, than a five blade fan may be better. No thrust data, but impressive for 64mm unit.

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Motor appears to be of good quality. On a GWS 64mm, 6-blade fan, Hyperion 3S 2500mAh 25C, Phoenix 25A ESC-low timing, I was pulling 22 amps and 239 watts at 11 volts WOT. Sorry no thrust data, but holding the unit in my hand produced impressive thrust for a 64mm fan. The website says 17.8 amps as 'load current'. If I understand that to mean max continuous, than a five blade fan may be better. No thrust data, but impressive for 64mm unit.

Awesome motor, 540W on peak with a 5*5 prop and a 3S 1600 35C hyperion.

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Awesome motor, 540W on peak with a 5*5 prop and a 3S 1600 35C hyperion.

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