Designed as a 100cc gas engine replacement, this motor is a great alternative for 3D and sport planes up to 35lbs!
The motor is very well built with strong mounts, end bell and a concentric double bearings at the rear to support large propellers and rotating can, especially during hard 3D flight.
This motor is very well engineered and of the highest quality.
The factory can produce only a limited number of these motors per month due to the increased time in balancing and machining such a large object.
ESC Required: 250A
Input Voltage : 30~70V
Kv : 150 rpm/V
20v Non Load Current: 13A @ 20v
Dimensions: 150x120x118mm (Including Mount)
Equivalent: 100cc Twin Gas Engine
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i am running this motor with fat boy speedy on 2x 4x 3s 5000ma turnigy lipo batteries in parallel with a 28x12 pt prop flying 3D getting about 10 minutes flight with about 50pcnt battery charge left hope to learn how to download darta next and will repost the results shortly regards john snr.this motor made by Zhuhai GS Model Accessories MFG., Ltd.
Hobbyking descriptions and product configuration table don't match the product. Hobbyking, could you fix it please to prevent confusion. I bought one already until I discover the manufacturer website. they have the bigger version, which what I want for my application. It's the CA 120-80-13 , 15000W, 130kV. Hobbyking, when are you going to list this motor ? thank you.Hello everyone, I just bought this motor and Fatboy300 ESC. can someone advice me what size propeller and what battery set up do I need to achieve the MAXIMUM output power (thrust ?). I was thinking to purchase 6 packs of 5cells nanotech 5000mAh, 45C-90C discharge rate. making 15cells 10000mAh unit. Any advice if this is good ? Thank you.1st: Very good Quality!
2nd: PLEASE OFFER SOME SPARE PARTS FOR THIS MOTOR HOBBYKING!!! I ordered now 3 from this motors. After 2 crashes (my fault), the engine shaft is bent and i think also the front and rear plate (the rotating ones) and also the prop-shank. It would be great, if you can sell these 4 spare parts in your shop Hobbyking!? 300 bucks for this motor is cheap, yes, but too expensive if you must buy a complete new motor after a crash.
3rd: Here are some test results: 2,6m Edge 540t from xtreme composite, flying weight 18kg, Turnigy 2200 mah 12s4p, 26x10 carbon-prop from Hobbyking, 6600 rpm, 150A, torqueroll not really possible, thrust is about also 18kg. 27x10 Carbon-prop from HK, 6300 rpm, 180A, better torque performance but I think a 28x10 Carbon-prop would be perfect for this heavy model! Best wishes from Europe, MichaelThe photos and video of my World Models 42pcnt Ultimate say it all.
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I see some one has sent a test report using 14s lipols. Just a little warning, 14s lipols exceeds 50volt DC . Check your local electrical supply regulations. 95 of the worlds electrical regulators require a registered electrician to work on any thing over this voltage, and to provide an electrical permit! This is because 50 volts DC has the potential to KILL. Please take this warning seriously as criminal charges can result.Mine arrived now and I must say: WOOOW, perfect quality, all magnets (28) are installed in the right position! I dont let it run at this time, so i can tell you nothing about the performance, but the motor is also BALANCED!! Cant wait to power my 2,4m EDGE with it! Ps.: I ordered 25 Turnigy 3s 2200 40C for this monster too! Best price: Only 15 $/pack!!! And they are MATCHED!WOW.. I just recived mine. This thing is nuts, looks really well made. Modified the heat wrap going in to the motor to be a bit more sustantial though. Have a good look for a speed controller to run this beast. there are not many around.I am testing the CA120-70 motor for use in my World Models 42 Ultimate conversion to electric power. For details, photos, and videos, check out my build thread on RC Universe.
I got this motor and tested it at no-load in my lab. It got quite hot just spinning at speed. I got it up to 1050RPM and it survives just fine but is quite noisy. There is significant magnet losses (circulating currents in the magnets) which cause magnet heating and possible demagnetization. See the uploaded no-load loss characteristics that are 950W at 7000RPM and 1700W at 10,000RPM