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Warhead 3545-1350KV EDF Motor 90mm

Warhead 3545-1350KV EDF Motor 90mm

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The Warhead 1350kv EDF Out-runner motor is ideal for 90mm (3.5 inch) fans using a 7 blade and up rotor combined with a high voltage [5s~6S] set up, ideal for keeping max current draw to optimum levels.

Specs:
RPM/v: 1350kv
Dimensions: 67 x 36mm
Shaft: 5.0mm
Voltage: 11.1V-22.6v [3s~6s]
Weight: 171g
No-load current: 2.8A/11v
Max burst current: 65A
Max Watts: 1150w
ESC: 70~80A
Resistance: 0.014 ohms
Thrust: 1800g [example based on Fly Fly 90mm Fan/6s]
 
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle: 26mm
Mtg. Hole Number & Size: 4 x M3

 

 

  • SKU Warhead1350KV
  • Brand Warhead
  • Shipping Weight 225.0000
  • Length 88.00
  • Width 45.00
  • Height 50.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 1350.00
  • Max Current (A) 65.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 22.00
  • Power (W) 1150.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 5.00
  • Length B (mm) 67.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 35.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 28.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 86.00
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I use this motor in Proxima II glider (2.8m wingspan, 2kg all up weight). I did buy this originally for EDF, however the kV is bit too low. But for Proxima it is perfect fit. My configuration is: 10x6 propeller (Graupner CAM), Turnigy Plush 60A, 3S Zippy Compact 3700mAh 25C, MP Jet turbo spinner with 45mm span. Power input is approx. 550W, I cannot measure thrust but it is more than sufficient. The motor runs perfectly smooth and is cold after landing (also because I use motor to get glider up, not for normal flight). I am very happy with this cheap and powerful motor.

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I use this motor in Proxima II glider (2.8m wingspan, 2kg all up weight). I did buy this originally for EDF, however the kV is bit too low. But for Proxima it is perfect fit. My configuration is: 10x6 propeller (Graupner CAM), Turnigy Plush 60A, 3S Zippy Compact 3700mAh 25C, MP Jet turbo spinner with 45mm span. Power input is approx. 550W, I cannot measure thrust but it is more than sufficient. The motor runs perfectly smooth and is cold after landing (also because I use motor to get glider up, not for normal flight). I am very happy with this cheap and powerful motor.

I honestly have to express my gratitude to have access to all what hobby kind have to offer at it's incredible prices! but specifically with this particular motor! will it have been just to expensive to put 4 screws to mount the motor? I mean if at the prices of high volume production they may have to pay an extra dime! it will have been just to much!

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I honestly have to express my gratitude to have access to all what hobby kind have to offer at it's incredible prices! but specifically with this particular motor! will it have been just to expensive to put 4 screws to mount the motor? I mean if at the prices of high volume production they may have to pay an extra dime! it will have been just to much!

Tried this in fly fly hawker hunter, stock 7 blade fan, motor seems solid enough if kept to its stated limits, pulled nearly 100A wot not good. Ground tested in garden lasted less than 30 seconds 20 at 3/4 throttle and about 7 full i have it on vid, did look good though smoke bellowing out the back. Tested with DC clamp meter didnt get a chance to plug in my emeter, would limit this to 5s or use a fan with less blades. Dont mind the loss at this price, it was a test, even though its kind of a recommended motor for this setup it did drive home the message if you got a plane that needs a 90mm 6s setup look a bit further than a $18 motor.

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Tried this in fly fly hawker hunter, stock 7 blade fan, motor seems solid enough if kept to its stated limits, pulled nearly 100A wot not good. Ground tested in garden lasted less than 30 seconds 20 at 3/4 throttle and about 7 full i have it on vid, did look good though smoke bellowing out the back. Tested with DC clamp meter didnt get a chance to plug in my emeter, would limit this to 5s or use a fan with less blades. Dont mind the loss at this price, it was a test, even though its kind of a recommended motor for this setup it did drive home the message if you got a plane that needs a 90mm 6s setup look a bit further than a $18 motor.

Nice motor well built, however no data sheet included and no mounting screws or bullet connectors this is usually included with most motors. overall a good buy despited shortcommings

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Nice motor well built, however no data sheet included and no mounting screws or bullet connectors this is usually included with most motors. overall a good buy despited shortcommings

The motor is well boxed and comes with the right fittings etc. The motor is well finished and the winding look professional. Have not been able to fire up at this stage but will report back if there is anything untoward

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The motor is well boxed and comes with the right fittings etc. The motor is well finished and the winding look professional. Have not been able to fire up at this stage but will report back if there is anything untoward

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