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Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 2830-920kv Brushless Outrunner Motor

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Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 2830-920kv Brushless Outrunner Motor


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Turnigy SK3 brushless motors are yet another step forward in motor evolution.

Once again we instructed our engineers to develop a motor that would not only rival but surpass the quality of the leading motors on the market today using the best quality magnets, bearings, and materials available.

The result is an outstanding series of motors that are efficient, strong, and robust enough for the most discerning modeler.

All of the SK3 series use quality double-shielded bearings, sintered neodymium magnets (the strongest type of permanent magnet commercially available), and a string wound stator to ensure accurate and consistent winding each and every time.

The Turnigy SK3 motors are suited to modelers who are seeking a top-quality brushless motor without compromise.

• Double shielded bearings
• Sintered neodymium magnets
• String wound stator
• High-quality finish
• Super-smooth operation

Voltage: 6.4~12.6V (2~3S LiPoly)
RPM/V: 920kv
Max Power: 180W
Max current: 17A
Idle current: 0.95A
Resistance: 140mh
Shaft: 3mm
Bolt holes spacing: 16 x 19mm
Bolt thread: M2
Plug: 3.5mm Bullet
Suggested ESC: 20A
Motor dimensions: 28 x 30mm
Weight: 55g

Mount & screws
Prop adapter

Performance Data (2S):
12x8: 85W, 11A, 587g static thrust
13x10: 103W, 14A, 670g static thrust
14x8.5: 107W, 15A, 650g static thrust

Performance Data (3S):
11x3.8: 134W, 12A, 677g static thrust
11x5.5: 160W, 15A, 821g static thrust
11x7: 178W, 17A, 918g static thrust

  • Kv(rpm/v) 920.00
  • Max Current (Motor) (A) 16.00
  • Resistance (mh) 140.00
  • Max Voltage (V) 12.00
  • Power (W) 150.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 3.00
  • Length B (mm) 32.00
  • Can Diameter C(mm) 28.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 30.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 48.00

Dimension Diagram Guide

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Rick | Verified Buyer

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Seems OK

Nov 16, 2022

I bought this for an older ARF. It wasn't a perfect fit because Electrifly uses a proprietary mount in order to get people to buy their overpriced merch, but with a little engineering I fit it in. It runs but I have not yet flown it.

Marianne | Verified Buyer

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Very good motor

Apr 22, 2022

I use these motors in 1/16 scale tank models. They are perfect, they don´t need a lot of current, are quiet and have a lot of power.

Maxime | Verified Buyer

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Good but...

Sep 06, 2021

Good motor but not with a Tower Pro Slowfly Propeller 9x6 Bone as the motor after 2mn flight at 50/60% throttle was VERY hot.
My 3D printed Albatros didn't appreciate.
No recommanded proppeler in description. No manual. It's why I put only 3 stars on overall rate.

erwin | Verified Buyer

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a good replacement

Jan 30, 2020

I tested the 2836 with my Dachgleiter 2800 g weight no problem with 9" propeller and Battery 11,1 V This motor is a replacement for planes up to 2000 g .

SandyGabby | Verified Buyer

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Inexpensive perfection

Aug 12, 2019

Every plane that I have built over the last 6 years has an Aerodrive SK3 motor. I have purchased over 50 of the SK3 motors of various sizes and have not had a failure yet. They are installed in planes from 8 ounces to over 20 pounds.

Mike | Verified Buyer

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Barely enough for the Phoenix 1600 on 3S

Jun 03, 2019

I've been looking for something to fit the HK Phoenix 1600 motor glider running the stock prop and spinner on 3S. This motor is up to the task if you use throttle management. After running down a 1500mAh pack at 50-100% throttle the motor came down very hot to the touch but I think I will stick with it as I tend to use too much throttle on maidens.

Michael | Verified Buyer

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Ok in Phoenix 1600

Apr 26, 2019

Bought this for the phoenix1600 glider as a replacement for the stock motor that burned out and hobbyking’s SK3 2822 replacement that also burned out due to a faulty esc (now replaced). The 2822 was way undersized anyway.
This motor runs about 15.1A on the stock prop using 3S 1500mah nano tech pack. Doesn’t get very hot in bench testing.
Main problem is the shaft is pointed the wrong direction for this style of plane so you’ll need a set of small Allen keys to reverse it. It has flat keyed parts on the shaft that would put it at a weird length so I didn’t use them.
Can recommend this motor size and kv for the Phoenix 1600 with stock prop which measures around 10x5 but isn’t marked. Just try get the version with the shaft coming out of the stator end to avoid having to swap it around.

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