Tensione in ingresso: 7.4V ~ 11.1V (2 ~ 3S Li-Po)
Kv: 1100rpm / V} entro il 10%
Capacità di corrente: 35A / 30s
Dimensioni: 35 millimetri X 36 millimetri / 1.38in 1.41in X
Diametro albero: 4mm / 0.16in
Peso: 106g / 3,74 once
Numero di poli / magneti: 14
Peso modello consigliato: 1000 ~ 1900g / 35 ~ 67 once
Potenza equivalente: 0,25-0,30 motore bagliore IC
Statore Dimensioni: 28x14mm
Potenza: 400W +
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I purchased this quite a while ago, before there were many reviews on it. I just installed it in my plane now, and when checking here to find out which prop to use, noticed the many review comments about bad bearings. Great.
Disappointing, because I used this to replace the geared inrunner from my Hobby Zone Typhoon that got smoked along with the ESC and battery when the gears cogged when I turned on the motor. That's why I switched to an outrunner.
At least I didn't run it and smoke the motor as happened to others, and have to replace two motors. As long as I'm replacing the bearings, I might as well go with some sealed ones from Boca.I use this motor in my Parkzone T28 Trojan. To fit it I made a nice motormount out of 4 M3x30 bolts.
I have flown about 12 flights now with a Master Airscrew 10"x7" 3 blade. It pulls like crazy and delivers unlimited vertical yet without exessive speed. And cruises super at 1/3 gas or even less. For me this is the combination to use. And I never even upgraded the stock Esc.
Flight times with the 2200mAh Nanotech are anything between 7"30 and well over 10"00 pending on your style. I practiced very low passes at slow speed the otherday and got to 15 minutes befor I made an error. (Note to myself; got to practice aileron usage whilst flying towards me) Next HK order will contain lots of foam glue :-)Tr35-36C 1100KV @3S/11.1V 1300mAh
Mounted on a 2,50 m/1100 g glider with 10x6 Cam Prop and 30A Turnigy 30A Esc.
After 1 year flight still good flight performances, low consumption on this set up.Has been used on same plane with 1500 mAh Cam_Prop 11x6 and 40A Tr Esc : nice fit for increased rate of climb.
Happy with it.
DomI have this motor installed in my House of Balsa P-51D 1/12 scale Mustang, along with a TURNIGY Sentry 40amp Speed Controller, and a
Turnigy 2200mAh 3S 20C Lipo Pack. Turned out to be a great set-up. Plenty of power, and a great improvement over my original setup.I have installed this in my House of Balsa P51D 1/12 scale Mustang. Works great. Much more power than my original setup. Finally flies like a Mustang. Using a TURNIGY Sentry 40amp Speed Controller and a Turnigy 2200mAh 3S 20C Lipo Pack. Turned out to be a great setup.
Great little motor. Can't beat it for the price. I've used it in place of a recommended Park 480 motor and it's done better than the 480 could have. I'm spinning a 12x6 prop and the temps are still very low. Running this motor on an Eflite Extra 260.Have 2 of this engine... but have some problems... a coupple of times the engine want "start". Just shakes... not turning the propp!!! Happend 2 times in midd air.. have to glide down and land. Battery out and back inn and problem is solved. Almost like airbraik is on or something. Have happend whit both engins, on to difrent planes/ESC's. Any idea whats the problem? using plush 30A esc...Have done a couple of flights with this motor in MPX Acromaster with D-MG16 servos all around, K-Force 40 and Rhino 2350/25c as well as Turnigy 2200/25c. At the begining I was using APC-E 12x6, but in second flight at very high speed the shaft have bent. As I had a spare shaft, I've changed it and fly with 11x5,5 APC-E. With 12x6 timing in K-Force was set with 11,25 degrees whilst with 11x5,5 timing is 18,75 deg. Now there is no problem with shaft. Model weight is 1050g and after 7 minutes of medium/hard 3D it consumes about 1800mAh. I really don't understand people who put in Acromaster or Gemini motors of 3542 size? I do have a 3542 1000kV sitting of a shelf but I won't use it in Acromaster. It's just too heavy. Of course you can do the setup with 60A ESC and 3548 motor with 3000-3600 battery but then it will fly like a brick :) => no 3D, Fast Forward Flight only. With this class and kV this is the best motor for these models.Mine burnt out after about 30 flights and now I have been waiting 2 months for them to be back in stock so I can get my plane back in the air. Are they ever going to be off backorder??I installed this motor on the Orange Extra 300 BNF by Horizon Hobby to replace the heavy canned stock motor equipped. I am using a Mystery 40amp ESC with a APC 12x7E. Current numbers are as follows,
APC 12x7E/Mystery 40ESC/Turnigy 2200 3S 30-40c/ = 465W
Temp on ESC/Motor/Batt are handwarm
This plane torque-rolls at 60pcnt. It rockets upwards at 75pcnt.
I recommend this combo for anyone who has the Orange Extra, you will love it. Gives it that "Extra" Wookie Wookie!!!