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 a 250 watts brushless outrunner.
Battery: 2~3 Cell /7.4~11.1V
Max current: 28A
No load current: 11V/0.9A
Internal resistance: 0.09 ohm
Weight: 80g (not including connectors)
Diameter of shaft: 4mm
Test Data @ 11.1v:
9x5 - 8.6A - 650g Thrust
10x4.7 - 11.5A - 860g Thrust
11x4.7 - 19.5A - 1140g Thrust
Max Currents (A)
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Total Length E(mm)
Awesome motor - runs on my eflite Piper 450 with a 12 x 7 prop and 30A Turnigy contoller. on 3S - just takes about 23A. Very smooth and powerful. 5 out of 5 pointz.I currently have 4 of these motors on a HK X650F 550mm quad frame and I am very impressed with their performance. The quad is currently 1.8kg and hover is around 50pcnt throttle with a 3s 5000mah battery. The motors were slightly out of balance when I first tested them but with the vibrometer android app and a few pieces of electrical tape this was rectified easily enough.
A couple of small notes would be to swap out the cones on the prop adapters for m6 nuts(far better balanced). I would also be careful not to overtighten as the aluminum threads don't look like they'll stand up to much abuse. A drop of threadlock on the tip of the motor shaft before seating the prop adapter is also a must.
For mounting the motors on my frame the screws that came in the accessory pack were far too small. I purchased some longer 10mm m3 screws also from Hobbyking that did the job.Nice motor, reliable so far and plenty of power. For anybody deciding on a suitable propeller for this 850kv version, here's some data for a couple of slow fly props:
APC 9 x 7.5 SF
Pulled 25 amps @ WOT for 251W on 3S
Turnigy 11 x 4.7 SF
Pulled 28A @ WOT for 291 W on 3S (beyond the limits of the motor!)
Based on the specs of the brand name motor that this Turnigy is based on, it's probably worth treating this motor as 22A continuous- 28A max.
Used this motor for a DJI Wookong based Hexacopter. Motors are strong, efficiency is okay but bearings are not that good. bearings are sounding bad after only about 2 hours flight time in total. also the prop adapters are not centered well. buyed other prop adapters from HK they are also not good if you want to minimize vibration (for AP / Filming). I'll go for more expensive motors from other brands.I bought this for an Eflite Staggerwing which which recommended their 480 1020kv motor.
I wasn't sure how this would do with 850kv, but this couldn't be a better match. The size was perfect, and it was easy to change the location for the mounting screws. 11x7 MA elec. prop pulls it scalelike at half throttle and hold on for dear life at full throttle.I bought this motor to upgrade HK P-51, flew with stock motor for awhile, now went to install and it will not spin without grinding or seize completely!! I guess not much Q.C. on this motor!! Now contact for a new motor!!!small size motor for the power it provides. Good quality. I am using on a pusher.J'utilise ce moteur sur mon arducopter, des hlices en 10*4.7, configuration quadricopter avec des turnigy plush 25 A.
3s 4000 Ma C'est extra je recomande ce moteur!
bons vols a tous!
Julienapc 11x5,5 thrust 900g 19A
apc 12x6 thrust 1050g 25A
apc 13x4 thrust 1130g 25A
, 1044 2. 12 0,25 . . . , , . lBought this to replace my burnt Eflite 480..cant feel the diff great value for the money..planning to get 6 more for a hexa project