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コントラ回転CR50Lブラシレスアウトランナーモーター株式会社ラジアルモーターマウント

コントラ回転CR50Lブラシレスアウトランナーモーター株式会社ラジアルモーターマウント

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このモンスターコントラ回転ブラシレスモータは、複数の6Sパックを実行することができる大規模なパターン船やスケールモデルに最適です。

仕様:
寸法:50ミリメートルX 90ミリメートル
全長:143ミリメートル(モーター)
重量:696グラム(マウント付き748グラム)
軸径(フロント):6ミリメートル
軸径(リア):13ミリメートル
KV:320回転/ V
最大電圧:29.6vの8S(モーターあたり)
最大アンペア:80A(パーモーター)
プロップサイズ:17x10マックス(8S)
スラスト:16キロ

  • 単位 CR50-Mount
  • Brand -
  • 重量 927.0000
  • 長さ 0.00
  • Packaging Width 0.00
  • 高さ 0.00
  • KV ( RPM / V ) 320.00
  • 最大電流( A ) 80.00
  • 抵抗( MH ) 0.00
  • 最大電圧( V ) 30.00
  • 電力( W ) -
  • シャフトA (ミリメートル) 6.00
  • 長さB ( mm)の 88.00
  • 直径C (ミリメートル) 50.00
  • ことができます長さD (ミリメートル) 34.00
  • 総丈E (ミリメートル) 143.00
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I finally got around to finishing the prop setup and got the rear bell to run a little more true. While the rear bell still does not run completely true, after about 1/8 throttle it runs smooth as silk. Please refer to my first review and my thread on RCG for what I believe to be the things that need to be done so that this motor can be run safely.



My setup for this motor is two Super Simple 100A ESC's and Zippy 25c 5000mah 6s batteries. The SS ESC's have always been reliable for the price for me and that is why I used them. Here are the numbers under load after 15 seconds WOT.



23 volts

65 amps

~3kW total power



I don't have thrust numbers but once the plane is on her feet I will get some and post them. So far it is looking good for the money; you just have to be willing to put a little time and effort in to the motor. Either way, it is a decent alternative to the only other motor of this type and size available that is more than 3x the money.

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I finally got around to finishing the prop setup and got the rear bell to run a little more true. While the rear bell still does not run completely true, after about 1/8 throttle it runs smooth as silk. Please refer to my first review and my thread on RCG for what I believe to be the things that need to be done so that this motor can be run safely.



My setup for this motor is two Super Simple 100A ESC's and Zippy 25c 5000mah 6s batteries. The SS ESC's have always been reliable for the price for me and that is why I used them. Here are the numbers under load after 15 seconds WOT.



23 volts

65 amps

~3kW total power



I don't have thrust numbers but once the plane is on her feet I will get some and post them. So far it is looking good for the money; you just have to be willing to put a little time and effort in to the motor. Either way, it is a decent alternative to the only other motor of this type and size available that is more than 3x the money.

I ordered this motor to go in an ESM Spitfire. I think the contra-prop spitfires are some of the nicest looking planes around, and with this motor it was finally doable for a decent price. The only other CR motor of this size is three times as expensive.



My first impressions of this motor were not very good. It looked good coming out of the bag but when I went to turn the rear bell the magnets were rubbing against the stators. That was honestly the only thing wrong with the motor that I could see other than there was no glue in between the magnets. I have heard of many HK motors throwing magnets so that needed to be rectified as well.



To fix the rubbing I simply took some wet/dry sandpaper and sanded the stators by hand until the magnets did not rub. This honestly only took about an hour of work. Fixing the magnets took a little more time but was not too difficult. I simply filled each gap with JB Weld.



The last thing I did was change the bearings and added a thrust bearing similar to the ones used on helicopters so the bearing on the front bell was not taking any axial force. I also made a new shaft out of 6mm tool steel but only because I wanted to use a collet adaptor for the front. There is nothing wrong with the original shaft, it was just too short.



I have not done a full run-up yet but I did post a video in the video tab of a short test I did the ot

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

I ordered this motor to go in an ESM Spitfire. I think the contra-prop spitfires are some of the nicest looking planes around, and with this motor it was finally doable for a decent price. The only other CR motor of this size is three times as expensive.



My first impressions of this motor were not very good. It looked good coming out of the bag but when I went to turn the rear bell the magnets were rubbing against the stators. That was honestly the only thing wrong with the motor that I could see other than there was no glue in between the magnets. I have heard of many HK motors throwing magnets so that needed to be rectified as well.



To fix the rubbing I simply took some wet/dry sandpaper and sanded the stators by hand until the magnets did not rub. This honestly only took about an hour of work. Fixing the magnets took a little more time but was not too difficult. I simply filled each gap with JB Weld.



The last thing I did was change the bearings and added a thrust bearing similar to the ones used on helicopters so the bearing on the front bell was not taking any axial force. I also made a new shaft out of 6mm tool steel but only because I wanted to use a collet adaptor for the front. There is nothing wrong with the original shaft, it was just too short.



I have not done a full run-up yet but I did post a video in the video tab of a short test I did the ot

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