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Turnigy L3010C-1300KV (420W)

Turnigy L3010C-1300KV (420W)

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L3010C-1300BM
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Turnigy L3010C-1300KV (420W)
 
Specifications:
Dimension: 37mm x 18mm
Weight: 87g
Kv: 1300rpm/V
Voltage: 11.1v (3s)
Max Power: 420w
Max Current: 40.1A
No load Current: 1.8A
Diameter of shaft: 4mm
Thrust: 1650g
ESC: 45A~50A
  • SKU L3010C-1300BM
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Shipping Weight 125.0000
  • Packaging Length 93.00
  • Packaging Width 45.00
  • Packaging Height 55.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 1300.00
  • Max Current (A) 40.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 11.00
  • Power (W) 420.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 4.00
  • Length B (mm) 18.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 37.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 12.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 77.00
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Good value although would be good if it included prop nut to go with the threaded shaft.

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Good value although would be good if it included prop nut to go with the threaded shaft.

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I put one of these on a homebuilt. Wingspan 36", weight about 2 pounds AUW.

I used a 12x10 folding prop, (I cut down the length of the shaft) It draws 40 amps on a 5000 2S or 3300 2S batteries. The plane makes almost no motor noise at full throttle, at 60pcnt throttle it is all but silent in the air. I have considered a less aggressive prop to see if there is more speed but it flies very well with this setup.

I like the mount Makes it easier to work on if any service is needed.

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I put one of these on a homebuilt. Wingspan 36", weight about 2 pounds AUW.

I used a 12x10 folding prop, (I cut down the length of the shaft) It draws 40 amps on a 5000 2S or 3300 2S batteries. The plane makes almost no motor noise at full throttle, at 60pcnt throttle it is all but silent in the air. I have considered a less aggressive prop to see if there is more speed but it flies very well with this setup.

I like the mount Makes it easier to work on if any service is needed.

9 x 4.5 3 blade, stable 11.1V, 45amp, ~490watt. 1 minute. Very hot but no melting or burning smell. Motor would be happy all day at 420watt. Weakened and exploded a slo fly prop on the bench for fun so wear safety glasses. Same weight, size, and price as my hextronic 750's. Better winding, magnet assembly, and balance than the hextronics comparing 4x motors. Over double the power. Angry verticals on almost anything you strap it to. Very happy. Now where are the spare shafts?

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9 x 4.5 3 blade, stable 11.1V, 45amp, ~490watt. 1 minute. Very hot but no melting or burning smell. Motor would be happy all day at 420watt. Weakened and exploded a slo fly prop on the bench for fun so wear safety glasses. Same weight, size, and price as my hextronic 750's. Better winding, magnet assembly, and balance than the hextronics comparing 4x motors. Over double the power. Angry verticals on almost anything you strap it to. Very happy. Now where are the spare shafts?

this is little smart monster very good power i can fly half throttle 3d stunt .. very good motor in cheap price

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this is little smart monster very good power i can fly half throttle 3d stunt .. very good motor in cheap price

Used 60amp Esc burned out on 5th flight don't recommend to buy it used 11.1v turnigy 1000amp lipo battery

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Used 60amp Esc burned out on 5th flight don't recommend to buy it used 11.1v turnigy 1000amp lipo battery

Fantastic motor. I installed it in HK's 33" wingspan 4 aileron Pitts turning a 10x6 or 11x4.7 prop, using 1300mAh nano 3 cell and HK 50amp ESC. Performance is absolutely spectacular!!!

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Fantastic motor. I installed it in HK's 33" wingspan 4 aileron Pitts turning a 10x6 or 11x4.7 prop, using 1300mAh nano 3 cell and HK 50amp ESC. Performance is absolutely spectacular!!!

VERY STRONG, I USE IT IN MI ASPIRE EP GLIDER, 2 MTS OF WING SPAN, GO WELL, POWERFUL AND SIMPLE TO USE. JUST NEED A SUGGEST OF ESC PLEASE

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VERY STRONG, I USE IT IN MI ASPIRE EP GLIDER, 2 MTS OF WING SPAN, GO WELL, POWERFUL AND SIMPLE TO USE. JUST NEED A SUGGEST OF ESC PLEASE

com uma fora extrema, vou usar este motor em um pastinha com 1.3m de asa, baterias de 2.2 3s, espero ter muita fora e baixo consumo.

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com uma fora extrema, vou usar este motor em um pastinha com 1.3m de asa, baterias de 2.2 3s, espero ter muita fora e baixo consumo.

Realyy good engine and high quality, I am using it on flying wing 100cm with 9x6 . it is flying really fast, also using on handmade depron extra 300 wingspan 80cm it is flying like a jett :)

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Realyy good engine and high quality, I am using it on flying wing 100cm with 9x6 . it is flying really fast, also using on handmade depron extra 300 wingspan 80cm it is flying like a jett :)

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