Designed to provide reliable and clean power for 3D parkflyers. 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 an 85 watt brushless outrunner.
Battery: 2~3 Cell /7.4~11.1V
Max current: 9A
No load current: 11V/0.5A
Internal resistance: 0.18 ohm
Weight: 25g (not including connectors)
Diameter of shaft: 3mm
7.4v - 8x4.3 prop - 8.5A - 355g Thrust
11.1v - 7x3.5 Prop - 7.2A - 420g Thrust
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Very powerful motor! No competitor in its price range. Excellent equipment and packaging that can be used to store useful things. It comes with a spare shaft. It is recommended for aircraft weighing up to 250 grams.Has to be one of the best packaged motors i've had, arrvied in a clear case with prop adapter/screws/motor mount & spare shaft. Ordered at same time as the skywalker mini, but find it too big to mount on the wing.Great little motor. I have been using mine for foam board planes. produces way more than enough power for most of them. the motor comes with an extra shaft, prop saver - no O-rings with mine, and the motor mount with screws. you will need your own connectors as mine did not have any. 2MM connectors will work fine. Great deal.It is a shame that the shaft con not be changed as I would have liked it to be longer on the non mounting face. Looks like a mod to the model or else try a different motor.Tried to turn the shaft around. .Heated it, screws out, everything, finally damaged the bell trying to push it out. Has some kind of lock-tite on it and can't get it out.
No good now.Nice motor - small light and powerful - I'm using to replace a brushed 380 and this is 1/3 the weight and 1.5 x the power - really makes a difference. - also the ability to mount the prop on both sides is a nice feature.not to happy with the windings on thesenot very happy with hte overall quality of these motors. the winding are poor.Perfect motor for my F3P plane! I will use with Turnigy Nanotech 460mah, 8-10A ESC and 8x4,5 propIt's got some power. Ran it on a 3s & 8x4 prop on an cub and kept it flying well at half throttle. Put a 2s & 9x6 prop also flew well on half throttle. I have since bent the shaft from multiple crashes and the replacement is out of stock. I am going to try and salvage one out of an old cd rom drive as I have herd that works well.