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Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6364-245kv Brushless Outrunner Motor

Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6364-245...

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 surpass the quali...

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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 surpass 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.

Turns: 14T
Voltage: 10S Lipoly
RPM/V: 245kv
Internal resistance: 0.018 Ohm
Max Loading: 70A
Max Power: 2700W
Shaft Dia: 8.0mm
Bolt holes: 32mm
Bolt thread: M4
Weight: 718g
Motor Plug: 4mm Bullet Connector


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I'm running this along with 2x 11,1V 5ah 25-30C batteries on my electric longboard. It can pull me (70kg/154lbs) up any hill with ease! I've travelled about 40km/64miles without as much as a hiccup. The ESC did automatically turn the motor off once when I had been travelling uphill for about 1,5km/1mile and it got too hot. But that was really pushing it to the limit.

My only complaint would be that it's not small enough for me to mount two of them on the same board!
Fliege den Motor mit 8S und einer 20x10 Latte in einer Porter Big ( 2,70m Spannweite) bei max 65A.Geradeausflug scalemssig 18A.
Schleppt Segler bis 7 Kg ohne Probleme. Da geht auch noch mehr.
Fr den Preis ein super Motor
Esc turnigy K-force 120-hv. Turnigy lipo 2x5s 5000mah 25c (10s). Xoar 18x10 prop.
Static test. 71A, 2450W, 7710rpm.
I'm currently using this motor on a 73" sbach on 10S setup. I was going to go 20x10 but ended up bottling out and going with a 19x10 prop (APC-E - I'll be changing to an Xoar wood).<br>
Fresh pack it pulls 3.3kw @ 10kg, half minute of running (to take the edge off the packs) it goes to 2.8kw @ 8kg thrust. Half a minute full throttle running, the motor does get pretty hot. So I'm pretty glad I didn't go 20x10, as I think it may have been too much for the motor. Plus my sbach only weights 5.5kg, so I still have a 1:1.6 thrust ratio.<br>Ended up using a throttle curve on my transmitter to tame it down, as 2/3 throttle was unlimited vertical.<br>Reliability wise, too early to say but it does seem well made. However the rear fan in the motor makes it very difficult to pull apart (I stopped when I got that far as I didn't want to break it).<br>Si.
Mounted mine on a 5,8 kilos BH Pitts with 2 x 4 S LiPo 5000 Turnigy 40 C (33,5 Volts fully charged)

APC 19 x 12 light electric prop


Turnigy 5/7 Amps UBEC

6 digital 42g servo

Max power 1967 Watts @ 66,15 Amps and 6600 grams static thrust

No vibrations at all, motor and Lipos batteries are warm after a 10 minutes acrobatic flight, esc is cold, plane is clean and pilot is happy !

Recommended motor

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Sehr guter Motor. In einer Sebart Katana 120 S betrieben:
8S 4000 mAh, LS XOAR 20x10, Strom 77 Ampere, Drehzahl 6800 U/min.
Gemessen mit vollem Akku.
Leistung mehr als ausreichend, habe LS auf 19x10 reduziert.
Temperatur Motor nach Landung um die 50 Grad Celsius.
Regler uebrigens Turnigy Sentilon 100 A (V4), Timing high ist Pflicht, kann selbst bei Ansprechverzoegerung "normal" kein Sync-Verlust beim Motor gasgeben feststellen. Habe zunaechst aus Sicherheitsgruenden die Ansprechverzoegerung auf "verry slow" gestellt, damit ist aber kein sicheres tourquen in Bodennaehe moeglich. Habe am Sender lediglich auf dem Gas eine Verzoegerung von 0,5 Sec beim Gasgeben programmiert. Fliege mit leicht erhhtem Standgas, so dass der Motor auch bei Drosselstellung immer leicht dreht...

Bringt LEICHTE Luftschrauben an, es lohnt sich !
Good motor. My Saab Safir scale 1/4. Weight 7s (5000mAh) lipos = 8.12kg
Prop: 20 x 12" And 20 x10". Max thrust:7.5kg. 5900 rpm.
Motor big bearings is good.
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