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Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6354-260KV Brushless Outrunner Motor

Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6354-260KV Brushless Outrunner Motor

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SK3-6354-260

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Turnigy SK3 Motors are the next leap forward in motor quality and design. We instructed the engineers to source the best quality magnets, bearings and materials available to them and develop a motor that would not only rival but surpasses the quality of many leading motor manufacturers on the market today.

The result is an efficient, high caliber motor using quality double shielded bearings, sintered Neodymium magnets and a string wound stator ensuring an accurate and consistent winding each and every time.

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

Specs.
Turns: 18T
Voltage: 8~10S Lipoly
RPM/V: 260KV
Internal resistance: 0.023 Ohm
Max Loading: 70A
Max Power: 2360W
Shaft Dia: 8.0mm
Bolt holes: 32mm
Bolt thread: M4
Weight: 489g
Motor Plug: 4mm Bullet Connector



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  • SKU:
    SK3-6354-260
  • Brand:
    Turnigy
  • Weight(g)
    790.00
  • Length
    180.00
  • Width:
    71.00
  • Height:
    132.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    260.00
  • Max Currents (A)
    70.00
  • Power (W):
    2360.00
  • Length B (mm):
    54.00
  • Can Length D(mm)
    28.00
  • Max Voltage(V)
    37.00
  • Shaft A(mm):
    8.00
  • Unit Weight (g):
    489
  • Diameter C(mm)
    59.00
  • Total Length E(mm)
    83.00
  • Resistance (mh):
    0.00
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Flying a Goldwing RC Sukhoi, 1879.6mm wing span plane. 8s Lipo w/19x12 prop. Simply awesome
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Just Flew my STREGA GP/EP Size 20-30cc SCALE 1:6 ½ ARF 5.5 kg with this motor and I dont know what some guys are talking about 2 4000 5 s lipos = 10 s 100 amp bulletproof Speedy 18/8 apc prop it has unlimited power , very very smooth and after 8 minutes of hard flying everything very cool , I think lots guys are not setting things up properly as I have been running Turnergy motors for 10 years now and only lost about 3-4 motors , for the cost they are value for the dollar but must must measure amps before use .
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Geht Tadellos in Schnellen Motormodellen an 12s 5.0Ah und eine APC 11X14 und für mehr Dampf 12X14 Latte ! Strom 43 Amp, Schub 4,7 Kg. Zieht wie ein Tier, und Regler YEP 120 HV an 18° Timing . M.f.g Piet v. D. :-)
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Verry Stron Motor with High Torque. Nice for Elektrik Longboard. Baldy mine was broken... Hope it will be Replaced!
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I have been flying this motor on a Monolog 110 pattern plane for 2 years now. Running 8 cells through an 80 amp ESC. All up weight with batteries she runs in at 9 lbs. 3/4 throttle would and does pull this plane much to fast. PLENTY OF POWER!!! APC 16 x 12 prop works perfectly for this set up. Now if I could inject some form of talent serum.....
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Balance: good but not perfect. Bearings: good but can be smoother Durability: not good al all I do not trust this motor any more, it started making strange metal noises 2 flights ago. Puled it apart but could not find anything out of the ordinary. Ordered a good quality Hacker for my big planes. Smaller planes will remain on Turingy.
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Tengo varios SK3 pequeos con buenos resultados.
Pero este modelo es un desastre, en el primes vuelo salio disparada la campana del motor y salve el avin de milagro,. una vez puesta una arandela cerclip decente, y probar de nuevo, el motor empieza a realizar ruidos extraos,se sueltan los imanes y no hay forma de pegarlos ya, cada vez que se gira a altas revoluciones la fuerza centrifuga los desplaza.
He comprado un Axi, y este para a la basura
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OK
So finally I've thrown this motor away.
The reason it's cheap is because frankly it's
rubbish, badly made, poor materials and
will give you nothing but grief.
I spent another 40 bucks on new bearings
when they failed after 5 flights. The magnets
then detached themselves from the can.
Finally the can started to split.
AVOID
Sorry Hobby King I love your gear but this is
shockingly bad.
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Update
Oh dear 5 flights then the bearings collapse.
At least it landed OK.
So I ordered some decent SKF bearings and have installed them. Stay tuned for a further report.
P.S.
The three bearings cost 63pcnt of the complete motor cost, perhaps that
should be taken into consideration when buying one of these.
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Ok so here's the story so far.
Although I'm a committed I.C. nut and have several small 30 sized and
3d foamy type lekky's, this is my first foray into larger stuff.
I intend this to go in my 69in QuiQue Yak 54 which at this present moment in time has my 'old' faithful YS110s sat in the nose.
As you can imagine the marrying of a 4.2kg aerobat with the lightest
MOST powerful engine in it's class always makes my giggle like a
schoolgirl whenever I take her to the flying field such is the sheer
power of the thing.
If you search you tube for 'Johnnies QQ Yak' you'll see what I mean.
I'm in the process of converting her to Electric with this motor and
an 8 cell setup with a dlux 120 amp hv esc but reserve the right to switch to ten cells later if the grin factor is not what I'm used to.
I'll keep popping back on here from time to time to update and explain my findings so keep your eyes peeled. I reckon she'll fly
her electrical maiden within the next week or so.
Meantime,
This motor that you're all looking at came to me beautifully boxed with a very nice set of fittings. I'm not too sure about the ten mm propeller adapter and have obtained an eight mm as a possible replacement subject to trying different propellers out with the setup.
I have used ecalc to obtain the rough set up figures but as this is a new(ish) motor I used the SK6354-13(250) in their database then
altered the set
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