Designed to be a direct swap out for your 25 size glow engine. This 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 25 size glow engine.
Battery: 3~4 Cell /11.1~14.8V
Max current: 44A
No load current: 11.1V/1.6A
Internal resistance: 0.045 ohm
Diameter of shaft: 5mm
14.8v - 13X4 Prop - 26A - 2200g Thrust
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This motor is installed on one of my custom stick planes. Due to weather I have not had time to fly it yetI have purchased two of these motors. Overall quality of the motor is very good however there is a problem with the collet adapters that are included with these motors. Note that the motor is rated for 600watts. Well you aren't going to be using some cheap prop with a thin hub to get 600watts. Most will be using something like an APE prop which has a very thick hub, or a Master Airscrew. That means you will have to purchase a longer collet adapter like the Hyperion long 5mm adapter. So whatever the price of this motor is tack on an additional $14 for an adapter that will actually work.I used the moto glider laminate 2 meters 1750g of carbon folding propeller 13x6, 5 and a pack of 2200mAh. The model in this nicely set up then and not vertically but in 10-15 seconds are my height to glide.
I am fully satisfied with the enginethis is the first of the G motors i have bought and i love them they have a smooth start no judder and can handle a 4000mAh connected to HobbyKing 60amp ESC with 4amp UBEC. they are solid it has a 5mm shaft but it does`nt come with 3.5mm connecters for the ESC just bare soldered tips to fix your own connecters.I will be buying more of the G motor`s.Motor seems to have plenty of power.This product replaced the stock motor in my PZ P47D. I also put a 60 amp esc and a 10x10 APC E propeller. Let me tell you, this thing moves! I am also using a Zippy 2200 4 cell 40C battery. The number are: 34 amps 522 watts @ 16.56 volts. This is giving me a top speed of around 83 mph (gear down) and with the gears up should be in the ball park of 94 mph. Vertical is endless! I also use the factory 3 cell 2200's (25C) and the flight is very nice. My only complaint is that it doesn't come with the banana plugs, not even loose in package for you to solder them on yourself. BUT for the price, I can get 2, buy the plugs, solder it for the price of the Eflite.I have recently bought 6 of these motors for an over-sized hexacopter I'm building. While I haven't run them yet so I have no data on them, I did take them apart for a good inspection.
I'm very happy with these motors, all the magnets in all 6 motors were glued down perfectly centered and all. Shafts perfectly straight and no scratches what so ever. I bought some really good bearing oil which I will apply to all the bearings before I run them up for the first time. 5/5 so far, thanks HK.I bought this as a replacement for my Parkzone BF109. It fit perfectly and I matched it with a TURNIGY TRUST 55A SBEC Brushless Speed Controler. I haven't flown it yet but here are the bench test stats:
Output 50pcnt Output 100pcnt
Watts Amps Watts Amps
80.4 7 331 31.3
Should be a monster!bardzo super posiada wszystkie potrzebne funkcje.pozdrawiam.