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Turnigy G15 Brushless Outrunner 950kv

Turnigy G15 Brushless Outrunner 950kv

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Designed to be a direct swap out for your 15 size glow engine. The Turnigy EasyMatch G15 brushless outrunner will provide more power and with its high efficiency, long run times.
A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with a 15 size glow engine.

Spec.
Battery: 3~4 Cell /11.1~14.8V
RPM: 950kv
Max current: 34A
No load current: 10V/2.0A
Current capacity: 42A/15sec
Internal resistance: 0.03 ohm
Weight: 152g  (not including connectors)
Diameter of shaft: 5mm
Dimensions: 73x35mm

Required; 
45A ESC
3S~4S Li-Po / 8 ~ 12-cell Ni-MH/Ni-Cd
10x6 ~ 13x6.5 prop
Suitable for sport and scale airplanes weighing 36 to 56 ounces (1.02–1.59kg).
  • SKU G15-950
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Shipping Weight 243.0000
  • Length 89.00
  • Width 47.00
  • Height 52.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 950.00
  • Max Current (A) 34.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 15.00
  • Power (W) 500.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 5.00
  • Length B (mm) 56.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 35.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 33.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 73.00
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Very pleased with this motor on the Tundra, but... i want more!

The best combination i got was with a prop 1260 HD - 418W @ 38A / 3S Lipo (12V) plenty of power to pull up from hovering with no trouble at all.

Other was a Dynam prop13x6 (from the Devil 3D Pitts, SU-26, Sbach342) but unfortunately it pulls 55A @ 623W on 3S (12V), this will give you the power for extreme 3D flying (200W per 450gr) and about 3min flight on a 2200mAh 40C pack.

I would like to get a better efficiency motor for my Tundra keeping the power range in the 450W and the Amp draw below 30, does anyone have suggestions.

Happy flights,

Sergio Lopes

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Very pleased with this motor on the Tundra, but... i want more!

The best combination i got was with a prop 1260 HD - 418W @ 38A / 3S Lipo (12V) plenty of power to pull up from hovering with no trouble at all.

Other was a Dynam prop13x6 (from the Devil 3D Pitts, SU-26, Sbach342) but unfortunately it pulls 55A @ 623W on 3S (12V), this will give you the power for extreme 3D flying (200W per 450gr) and about 3min flight on a 2200mAh 40C pack.

I would like to get a better efficiency motor for my Tundra keeping the power range in the 450W and the Amp draw below 30, does anyone have suggestions.

Happy flights,

Sergio Lopes

Don't bother buying this motor unless you live in Russia. The Accessory Pack which is required for mounting the motor is only available in the Russia warehouse. Yikes ! Are you kidding me?

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Don't bother buying this motor unless you live in Russia. The Accessory Pack which is required for mounting the motor is only available in the Russia warehouse. Yikes ! Are you kidding me?

amazing motor strong and powerful i put it on my hobbyking edge 540T epp on 3s 2200mah and 13x65 apc prop for unlimited vertical pulls

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amazing motor strong and powerful i put it on my hobbyking edge 540T epp on 3s 2200mah and 13x65 apc prop for unlimited vertical pulls

je n'ai pas eu avec le moteur le support en crois n'y l'adaptateur d'helice

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je n'ai pas eu avec le moteur le support en crois n'y l'adaptateur d'helice

Great replacement for the Parkzone BL15. The included accessory package with a spinner is a nice 'gift'; however, the spinner is hollow and flimsy. When tightening the spinner, the 'nose' will twist off. Make the spinner a solid piece of aluminum.

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Great replacement for the Parkzone BL15. The included accessory package with a spinner is a nice 'gift'; however, the spinner is hollow and flimsy. When tightening the spinner, the 'nose' will twist off. Make the spinner a solid piece of aluminum.

When the specs state 3S~4S Li-Po and 36 to 56 ounces (1.021.59kg), it means 3S for 36 oz (maybe); but definitely 4S for 56 oz.

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When the specs state 3S~4S Li-Po and 36 to 56 ounces (1.021.59kg), it means 3S for 36 oz (maybe); but definitely 4S for 56 oz.

Motor died after 2-minutes-flight in my PZ Corsair:
'Couple of missing magnets - bearing damaged.
===> Waste of Money!

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Motor died after 2-minutes-flight in my PZ Corsair:
'Couple of missing magnets - bearing damaged.
===> Waste of Money!

I use it in a E-flight LR-1A Progo om 3S and whit a 10x8 prop. Draws just under 30A, plenty of power. I am very happy with this motor and will buy one again.

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I use it in a E-flight LR-1A Progo om 3S and whit a 10x8 prop. Draws just under 30A, plenty of power. I am very happy with this motor and will buy one again.

my motor seized up or something on the 3rd flight. created so much heat it melted the motor mount on my parkzone extra 300 and ripped itself out of the plane in mid flight and took the cowl with it. Hobbyking is making me send it back for a warranty. was using a 11x8 prop with red brick 50amp esc :(:(

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my motor seized up or something on the 3rd flight. created so much heat it melted the motor mount on my parkzone extra 300 and ripped itself out of the plane in mid flight and took the cowl with it. Hobbyking is making me send it back for a warranty. was using a 11x8 prop with red brick 50amp esc :(:(

I've had 3 G10 motors on 3 ww1 birds, and they behaved beautifully, so for my last project I also chose a G motor, a G15.
I chose a 12x6 prop to power my latest build and at WOT it comes to 42 Amps with a Turnigy Nano 3s 3300 mah battery pack and a turnigy dlux 55 amp speed controller.

My Sopwith Snipe (WW1) is a bit heavy (124cm/1.54kg without the battery), but it goes vertically without a problem.

Propeller adapter is straight, but I have a feeling you have to be lucky to receive one that is straight, because of 4 of the motors I've ordered 2 were straight and 2 crooked.

All in all the motor has plenty power and performs well.

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I've had 3 G10 motors on 3 ww1 birds, and they behaved beautifully, so for my last project I also chose a G motor, a G15.
I chose a 12x6 prop to power my latest build and at WOT it comes to 42 Amps with a Turnigy Nano 3s 3300 mah battery pack and a turnigy dlux 55 amp speed controller.

My Sopwith Snipe (WW1) is a bit heavy (124cm/1.54kg without the battery), but it goes vertically without a problem.

Propeller adapter is straight, but I have a feeling you have to be lucky to receive one that is straight, because of 4 of the motors I've ordered 2 were straight and 2 crooked.

All in all the motor has plenty power and performs well.

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