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TowerPro 4130-7T 425g / 400kV / 72A Brushless Motor

TowerPro 4130-7T 425g / 400kV / 72A Brushless Motor

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TP4130-7T
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TowerPro 4130-7T
Cela fait partie de towerpros nouvelle race de moteurs.
Amélioration de roulement et de la qualité de l'arbre ainsi que stator tordu et la conception de l'aimant.

Spec.
Taille: 51mm Diamètre x 89.2mm L
Poids: 425g
Idle actuelle: 1.6A
Recommende Lipo Config: 5-6cells
Constant: 400kV
Diamètre de l'arbre: 6mm
Max Efficency: 60A
Max charge: 72A
Max Power (W / 60): 1700
Suggestion Prop: 15x10


Moteur est livré avec un alliage solide montage plaque et spinner adaptateur représenté (type pince). vis sans tête et des arbres de retenue peuvent être desserrées pour inverser l'arbre pour montage pare-feu différents endroits.

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    TP4130-7T
  • Brand:
    Non communiqué
  • Capacité ( mAh )
    Non
  • Poids (g)
    450.00
  • Longueur:
    0.00
  • Largeur:
    0.00
  • Taille
    0.00
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i put this motor in to a 60 inch hanger 9 sopwith camel 10lb with a 15-10 apce prop i use 4 2250 15c loong max batteries as a 4500 6cell and fly 10 minutes with better than scale power much more power than the reccommended setup from hanger 9 will hang for ever on the prop or till it falls off to tell side great thrust at take off and great climb rated highly reccommended
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I use this motor in a 150cm wingspan Katana S50 on the recommended Prop 16x8 powered by 3700mAh 5S Lipo. Max current is 37A, power is good to bring the plane vertical to sky. Motor, battery and ESC (also from TP) keep lukewarm. Overall performance and sound is great, I am very happy with this motor.

Cheers, Thomas
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Great motor for scalers! AT 6 about 4 kg!

7500 rpm with 6 cells 3900 and about 48 Amps! Prop Graupner Super Sonic 16 X 8!

(Normally for glow engines)

With 5 cells 3900 and same prop 6400 rpm with 38 Amps.

Also good for 3d Katana S 50 with 6 cells!

Great engine for low budget!
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We used this motor to convert a Hangar 9 Showtime 90 airplane using a Xoar 18X8 wood prop, an 75 amps ESC (Align) and a FlightPower 4900 6S EVO (20C. The final weight is 4,1Kg (9,04pounds). Power is 1600watts and peak RPM is 7200RPM. Flight time is around 6 minutes with the motor and pack barely warm after.

Video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TUnF7TaPRs
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I'm running this one in my H9 P-40 .60 size conversion. Plane weights 9 lbs. Using 6s2p 4400 Mah HXT batts, with an APC 15x10e prop, Im getting 1150 watts @ 7380 rpm. This pulls 54 amps static.Performs fantastic in my plane! Motor and batts come down cool after 6 minute flights, with plenty still left in the batteries. Motor provides plenty of power, and has been problem free. Soon I'll try a 16x10e prop, and pull a bit more out of the motor. I'm totally satisfied, and would buy another one of these!

Jag
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