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Turnigy 4300kv 2810 EDF Outrunner 55 / 64mm

Turnigy 4300kv 2810 EDF Outrunner 55 / 64mm

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95 g
SKU:
T28101A4300
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Turnigy 4300kv 2810 EDF Outrunner 55 / 64mm
Spécifications:
kV- 4300
Dimensions: 46 x 28mm
Shaft: 2.3 / 3.0mm
Tension: 11.1V
Poids: 59g
Courant à vide: 2.0A
Aucune charge RPM: 48540
Courant de charge: 29.0A
Charger RPM: 36240
Thrust: 620g
Trou de montage Bolt Circle: 18mm
Mtg. Numéro du trou et Taille: 4 x M2.5
 
Comprend 2 arbres, 2.3 et 3.0mm
  • UGS T28101A4300
  • Brand -
  • Poids (g) 95.00
  • Longueur 92.00
  • Largeur 44.00
  • la taille 53.00
  • Kv ( rpm / v) 4300.00
  • Max Current (A) 29.00
  • Résistance ( mh ) 0.00
  • Max Tension (V) 11.00
  • (W ) 0.00
  • Arbre A ( mm ) 3.00
  • Longueur B ( mm ) 46.00
  • Diamètre C ( mm ) 28.00
  • Longueur Can D ( mm ) 12.00
  • Longueur totale E ( mm ) 60.00
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Excellent for the 64mm EDF's .. I run with a 5 blade stock fan and it sings on 3S and is ballistic on 4S. Note that this has no clip on working end of shaft and therefore is only designed to work in tractor mode. Good budget motor. Flies my Lanyu 64mm T45 a treat - youtube "solentlifeuk"

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Excellent for the 64mm EDF's .. I run with a 5 blade stock fan and it sings on 3S and is ballistic on 4S. Note that this has no clip on working end of shaft and therefore is only designed to work in tractor mode. Good budget motor. Flies my Lanyu 64mm T45 a treat - youtube "solentlifeuk"

I use this in a Stinger 64 Jet with a 2200mah battery. I am very pleased with the performance of this setup.

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I use this in a Stinger 64 Jet with a 2200mah battery. I am very pleased with the performance of this setup.

It's shiny, how can you resist it?

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It's shiny, how can you resist it?

Good quality motor, came with 2 other different shafts...which was handy coz i needed to change it to suit my impella, after undoing the allen grub screw it took quite bit a force, use a wooden mallet to gently knock it out, but all good once done no harm done and it works great, much better than my stock 4300kv EDF motors that came with my ARF jets, loaded this into my F86 screams along

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Good quality motor, came with 2 other different shafts...which was handy coz i needed to change it to suit my impella, after undoing the allen grub screw it took quite bit a force, use a wooden mallet to gently knock it out, but all good once done no harm done and it works great, much better than my stock 4300kv EDF motors that came with my ARF jets, loaded this into my F86 screams along

I have mounted on EDF Ducted Fan Unit 5Blade 2.5inch 64mm, 55A esc, battery 2000mAh 3S1P 45C ZIPPY Flightmax. Is very powerful and runs really strong

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I have mounted on EDF Ducted Fan Unit 5Blade 2.5inch 64mm, 55A esc, battery 2000mAh 3S1P 45C ZIPPY Flightmax. Is very powerful and runs really strong

Eccellente motore,finalmente un Bl che spinge e consuma ragionevolmente...Grazie,HobbyKing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Eccellente motore,finalmente un Bl che spinge e consuma ragionevolmente...Grazie,HobbyKing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm using this motor with the HK 5 blade 64mm EDF: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=11163



I haven't flown with this setup yet, but the EDF pulls about 26A on a 3s 25C LiPo. I was hoping for a little more, but let's fly with it first.

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I'm using this motor with the HK 5 blade 64mm EDF: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=11163



I haven't flown with this setup yet, but the EDF pulls about 26A on a 3s 25C LiPo. I was hoping for a little more, but let's fly with it first.

Bought 2 of this model for my Starmax A10. Both are badly unbalanced! After balancing the rotor with some epoxy between the magnets, now seems to turn smoother. Did expect a better quality for the price and the brand!

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Bought 2 of this model for my Starmax A10. Both are badly unbalanced! After balancing the rotor with some epoxy between the magnets, now seems to turn smoother. Did expect a better quality for the price and the brand!

Fitted to this fan unit :

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=4238



It pulls 425 watts @ 38 amps on 3s.....Motor stays cool!

sounds very smooth, will buy again!

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Fitted to this fan unit :

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=4238



It pulls 425 watts @ 38 amps on 3s.....Motor stays cool!

sounds very smooth, will buy again!

Have Installed motor on to 64mm jet tiger as stock motor burnt out after 5 flights.



This New Motor Kicks Ass Sounds Much Better Know cant Wait To Fly The Jet Tiger Now With This New EDF Motor.



I TESTED IT. IT PULLS 348 WATTS AND MOTOR PULLS 32A WITH 2280 11.1V LIPO AND 30A ESC

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Have Installed motor on to 64mm jet tiger as stock motor burnt out after 5 flights.



This New Motor Kicks Ass Sounds Much Better Know cant Wait To Fly The Jet Tiger Now With This New EDF Motor.



I TESTED IT. IT PULLS 348 WATTS AND MOTOR PULLS 32A WITH 2280 11.1V LIPO AND 30A ESC

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