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Turnigy LD3727A-1300 Brushless Motor

Turnigy LD3727A-1300 Brushless Motor

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Turnigy L3727A-1300 Brushless Motor
 
Specifications:
Dimension: 37mm x 27mm
Weight: 86g Inc 4mm Gold Connector (105g inc all fittings)
Kv: 1300rpm/V
Voltage: 11.1v (3s)
Max Power: 450w
Max Current: 42A
No load Current: 2A
Diameter of shaft: 4mm
Thrust: 1150g
ESC: 60A
 

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  • SKU:
    244000001
  • Brand:
    No
  • Shipping Weight(g)
    146.00
  • Length
    93.00
  • Width:
    45.00
  • Height:
    52.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    1300.00
  • Max Currents (A)
    42.00
  • Power (W):
    450.00
  • Length B (mm):
    27.00
  • Can Length D(mm)
    12.00
  • Max Voltage(V)
    11.00
  • Shaft A(mm):
    4.00
  • Unit Weight (g):
    86
  • Diameter C(mm)
    37.00
  • Total Length E(mm)
    51.00
  • Resistance (mh):
    0.00
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The ad picture for this motor shows the prop shaft coming out of the front of the motor opposite the end where the X mount attaches. The motor I received had the shaft sticking out of the back of the motor where the X mount attaches. This made it unusable for me. I almost sent it back. I removed the prop shaft , ground a new flat for the retaining grub screw & put the shaft back in so as to be sticking out of the front of the motor. I should not have had to do this.
I used a 3 cell 20C lipo with a 40A ESC & a 9/5 orange GWS style prop. . Ran static mounted to my bench for a good amount of time. ESC was barely warm to the touch. Motor runs strung. The extra weight of the "can" definitely helps provide strong torque.
If the prop shaft had been in the front position as pictured in the ad I would have given 5 stars.
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I used a 30a turnigy plush ESC and it works fine. There's no need to buy expensive ESCs.
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27.5A , 291 watts at 10.46 volts with an apc 8X7, thrust > 710g

28.17A , 293 watts at 10.38 volts with an apc 9X5, thrust > 1050g
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Using this motor with red brick 50A opto on 9/5... launches my 1.9Kg FPV wing no problems, comes down warm.... excellent beefy little motor.
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ok ... thankss...................
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I use this motor in my 1.6m flying wing, works really well with TP propellers 9x6 and 50A ESC. Vertical flight is not a problem :)
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