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XK5692-540KV Brushless Inrunner

XK5692-540KV Brushless Inrunner

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1158 g
SKU:
XK5692-540KV
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XK5692-540KV Brushless Inrunner

Specs.
Max Amps: 88A
Max Volt: 29.6V
Max Watts: 2600W
Rpm/V: 540kv
Resistance: 0.0241 ohms
No-load Current: 1.2A(15V)
Dimension: 55.8mm x 92mm
Mounting hole depth: 8mm
Length of extend Shaft: 20mm
Shaft diameter: 6mm
Weight: 895g

  • SKU XK5692-540KV
  • Brand -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 1158.00
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  • Kv(rpm/v) 540.00
  • Unit Weight (g) 895
  • Max Current (A) 88.00
  • Resistance (mh) 24.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 30.00
  • Power (W) 2600.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 6.00
  • Length B (mm) 92.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 56.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 85.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 112.00
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This is a good motor and the biggest inrunner I have seen. I am planning to put it on a pylon racer to replace a .90 fs engine. This motor has the power equivalent of a 20-35cc engine. I am using an 8mm prop adapter that fits a 6mm shaft and it turns props well. Aircraft ESCs have a little trouble getting it started especially with large diameter props. It turned an 18x8 wood prop on a 4s lipo at 70Amps at almost full throttle. This is the biggest prop it can/should turn. I also tested a 12x10, 12x12e, and 11x14 all reached 72A on 6s lipo. I might use 8s lipo only for short bursts of speed to keep the amps in a safe range. I am hoping for speeds from 120-170mph. I will add comments later when I get the plane ready.

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This is a good motor and the biggest inrunner I have seen. I am planning to put it on a pylon racer to replace a .90 fs engine. This motor has the power equivalent of a 20-35cc engine. I am using an 8mm prop adapter that fits a 6mm shaft and it turns props well. Aircraft ESCs have a little trouble getting it started especially with large diameter props. It turned an 18x8 wood prop on a 4s lipo at 70Amps at almost full throttle. This is the biggest prop it can/should turn. I also tested a 12x10, 12x12e, and 11x14 all reached 72A on 6s lipo. I might use 8s lipo only for short bursts of speed to keep the amps in a safe range. I am hoping for speeds from 120-170mph. I will add comments later when I get the plane ready.

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