Designed to be a direct swap out for your .10 size glow engine. The Turnigy EasyMatch G10 brushless outrunner will provide longer run times and more power and with its high efficiency. A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with a .10 size glow engine.
Battery: 2~4 Cell /7.4~14.8V
Max current: 42A
No load current: 11V/1.2A
Internal resistance: 0.035 ohm
Weight: 140g (not including connectors)
Diameter of shaft: 5mm
11.1v - 13X4 Prop - 21A - 1570g Thrust
11.1v - 12X6 Prop - 26A - 1590g Thrust
14.8v - 10X5 Prop - 25A - 1650g Thrust
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A lot of power, and not much weight. Replaced a FunCub Motor, and it was a perfect fit after reversing the shaft. Don't reccomend it for pusher configurations, there are other models that are a better choice, but as it stands, it is a nice motor.Used this motor for the first time today in myT28. This is a good motor with adequate power but less than my Neo 10. Nevertheless, I am pleased with this one compared to the Turnigy 2836 I ordered, which very very disappointing.Install yesterday and was amazed with the power which is very similar to my Neo 10, at half the cost. Will be buying more of these soon.Excellent motor. Use it in my Funcub with a 11x5.5 prop on 4s. Hasn't missed a beat!Awesome for 2000g quadcopters!! check out the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzqyP8ZPR70
Just fitted this motor on my Multiplex FUNCUB in place of a SK3536 910kv.
For nearly the same price, the G10 is far much better.
On 3S with a wooden prop13x6 light electric, i have around 37amps on first prop spins.
Biggest point, the motor is far much quiet than the 3536.
I put this 10 in my Fun Cub and 12X6 prop using 2200 3cell battery,40 ESC and have plenty of thrust to make it go straight up. You can reverse the shaft on these and my one crash hit right on shaft adaptor and the shaft didn't bend. I can say for the money this motor is pretty good quality fairly quiet and so far no problems. I'm going to try a 13X4 prop with it for my Fun Cub and see how that works as it is a little less amps and almost as much thrust. Flight times are a good nine minutes with safe time left doing aerobatics and tuch and go's. Don't think you can go wrong and would reccomend this motor.This G10 motor is underrated at 375 watts. Installed in a 3DHS 42" AJ Slick, data from the ICE 50 ESC shows the following results using a Turnigy Nano-Tech 4S 2650 mAh 25-50C battery, 13 X 6.5 prop during the first full throttle event: Volts = 14.3, Current 40.0 Amps, Watts = 572. During the 6.5 minute flight the ESC temperature never reached above 55C (131F). The flight performance was startling with unlimited vertical and high speed level flight. The front of the motor had unobstructed air flow and judicious throttle management was used.The G10 motor is underrated at 375 watts. Installed in a 3DHS 42" AJ Slick, data from the ICE 50 ESC shows the following results using a Turnigy Nano-Tech 4S 2650 mah 25-50C battery and 13 X 6.5 prop during the first full throttle event: Volts = 14.3, Current 40.0 Amps, Watts = 572. During the 6.5 minute flight the ESC temperature never reached above 55 degree celceius (131F). The flight performance was startling with unlimited vertical and high speed level flight. The front of the motor had unobstructed air flow and judicious throttle management was used.The Motor came and looks great I have yet to mount it to my plane. Hobby King please fix your specifications. The shaft is 5mm not 4mm Otherwise so far things seem good. Once they are mounted on the plane I will do a followup post to let people know