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Turnigy 2815 EDF Outrunner 4800kv for 55/64mm

Turnigy 2815 EDF Outrunner 4800kv for 55/64mm

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Weight:
108 g
SKU:
T28151A4800
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Turnigy 2815 EDF Outrunner 4800kv for 55/64mm
 
Specs:
Kv- 4800
Dimensions: 51 x 28mm
Shaft: 2.3/3.0mm 
Voltage: 11.1V
Weight: 73g
No-load current: 3.2A
No-load RPM: 55560
Load current: 39.6A
Load RPM: 42560
Thrust: 750g
 
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle: 18mm
Mtg. Hole Number & Size: 4 x M2.5
 
Includes 2 shafts, 2.3 and 3.0mm
  • SKU T28151A4800
  • Brand -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 108.00
  • Length 93.00
  • Width 45.00
  • Height 53.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 4800.00
  • Max Current (A) 39.60
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 11.00
  • Power (W) 0.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 3.00
  • Length B (mm) 51.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 28.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 18.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 65.00
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Very good motor with 5 blade 64edf setup with 60amp ESC and 2200 40c battery. Test result Watt: 480watt @ 42amps. Well balance and good performance with 4 flights.

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Very good motor with 5 blade 64edf setup with 60amp ESC and 2200 40c battery. Test result Watt: 480watt @ 42amps. Well balance and good performance with 4 flights.


reveived with 2 more shafts : a 2.3mm and the stock 3 mm

shaft A (mm) 3mm
outrunner part diameter 32 mm
Length B (mm) 50.5
Diameter C (mm) 28
Can Length D (mm) 18
can diameter next to shaft 20mm
Total Length E (mm) 65

plugs are 3.5mm diameter, wire length is 75 including plugs

No screws given, difficult to find them in my screw box

perfectly suitable and mountable in an HK EDF Ducted Fan Unit 2.5inch 5 Blade product number 11163n and propeller is a replacement part for the JET-TIGER

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reveived with 2 more shafts : a 2.3mm and the stock 3 mm

shaft A (mm) 3mm
outrunner part diameter 32 mm
Length B (mm) 50.5
Diameter C (mm) 28
Can Length D (mm) 18
can diameter next to shaft 20mm
Total Length E (mm) 65

plugs are 3.5mm diameter, wire length is 75 including plugs

No screws given, difficult to find them in my screw box

perfectly suitable and mountable in an HK EDF Ducted Fan Unit 2.5inch 5 Blade product number 11163n and propeller is a replacement part for the JET-TIGER

I use this motor in the Dr. Mad Thrust 50mm 10 blade EDF. With a half charged 3S 11.1v 30C Rhino pack, this motor pulls 33A, and more on a new pack that is charged. The motor is quite large, runs fairly balanced and as far as I can identify, is the same as ExceedRC's 4800kv motor right from the machined bearing housing to the bell. The magnet bell and shaft can be pulled out to facilitate changing the shafts that are included. The shaft is held in with a set screw and will require a 1.5mm hex wrench. Removing a shaft will take some work, just be careful not to bend the shaft as you remove it. I hold the shaft in a bench vise and grab the magnet bell and twist axially. It will turn free with enough force. I will definitely buy another, it is a nice working motor that I would feel comfortable using in 64mm five & six bladed EDFs.

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I use this motor in the Dr. Mad Thrust 50mm 10 blade EDF. With a half charged 3S 11.1v 30C Rhino pack, this motor pulls 33A, and more on a new pack that is charged. The motor is quite large, runs fairly balanced and as far as I can identify, is the same as ExceedRC's 4800kv motor right from the machined bearing housing to the bell. The magnet bell and shaft can be pulled out to facilitate changing the shafts that are included. The shaft is held in with a set screw and will require a 1.5mm hex wrench. Removing a shaft will take some work, just be careful not to bend the shaft as you remove it. I hold the shaft in a bench vise and grab the magnet bell and twist axially. It will turn free with enough force. I will definitely buy another, it is a nice working motor that I would feel comfortable using in 64mm five & six bladed EDFs.

motorun 3s oldugu syleniyor 4s le calistiranlar var celiski !!!

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motorun 3s oldugu syleniyor 4s le calistiranlar var celiski !!!

Tres Bon moteur puissant. Mis sur un Phazer HK Il faut juste commander les bis pour la fuxation

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Tres Bon moteur puissant. Mis sur un Phazer HK Il faut juste commander les bis pour la fuxation

compared this motor to value hobby's edf 4800kv motor. both perform about the same. value hobby edf seems to have a little more punch. this edf is smooth from start to finish. depends on the pilot too. i'm using it with a 64 mm 7 blade fan with a 3s 40c 2250 Rhino battery. not even half throttle needed to send this plane high. i put it on a glider which works great for my needs. it also sounds great with a 7 blade fan.

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compared this motor to value hobby's edf 4800kv motor. both perform about the same. value hobby edf seems to have a little more punch. this edf is smooth from start to finish. depends on the pilot too. i'm using it with a 64 mm 7 blade fan with a 3s 40c 2250 Rhino battery. not even half throttle needed to send this plane high. i put it on a glider which works great for my needs. it also sounds great with a 7 blade fan.

great product ..thanks hk

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great product ..thanks hk

Ottimo motore. L'ho montato sul mio L39 Electrifly con una ventola da 64mm e sono rimasto molto soddisfatto. Velocissimo e il jet riesce a salire in verticale per molti metri anche se non all'infinito...Con una 64mm consuma circa 49 ampere

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Ottimo motore. L'ho montato sul mio L39 Electrifly con una ventola da 64mm e sono rimasto molto soddisfatto. Velocissimo e il jet riesce a salire in verticale per molti metri anche se non all'infinito...Con una 64mm consuma circa 49 ampere

Wow, excellent motor! Got this on the stock 5 blade 64mm EDF with around 750-800 grams of thrust using just a 3S 20C lipo (should be higher, 40C better!!)... Amazing! Good build quality. I will post the Amps and Watts later on, still got to receive the watts meter. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to upgrade their stock EDF without the extra costs of 4S batteries and without cutting away EPO for a bigger fan!

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Wow, excellent motor! Got this on the stock 5 blade 64mm EDF with around 750-800 grams of thrust using just a 3S 20C lipo (should be higher, 40C better!!)... Amazing! Good build quality. I will post the Amps and Watts later on, still got to receive the watts meter. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to upgrade their stock EDF without the extra costs of 4S batteries and without cutting away EPO for a bigger fan!

Very power motor. However, I was running on v. low power and a strange smell appeared. somewhat like an electrical burning smell (but not exact)

3S will be your best, don't go any higher. Also stay below 6 blades

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Very power motor. However, I was running on v. low power and a strange smell appeared. somewhat like an electrical burning smell (but not exact)

3S will be your best, don't go any higher. Also stay below 6 blades

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