This motor is not powerful enough to push T45 hawk 64mm. But still can fly at slow speed. It is better to fit it on mini jet plane or smaller than T45 plane 64mm edf. I will put back the ori motor 3800kv.
will this motor fit in the wemotec fan that comes with donrcs 4800kv wicked combo? im looking to upgrade to his 5400kv motor on 4s but he charges a arm and a leg for it, btw would turnigy 45trust esc handle the 5400kv on 4s? im currently running the 4800kv on 4s and it dosnt even get warm
I have this motor. It should fit but I would recommend the HET 240-15-6000($39)in the Wemotec fan. One thing that we have to be careful of is the shaft mount size. Don's Wemotec is machined for 3mm motor shafts, Effluxrc offers 3.0mm, 3.17mm and other sizes. I think Turnigy used to offer a 6000kv outrunner motor but I have not seen it listed here in about a year, as I was going to buy one to test and then order some more. The Trust 45A ESC should be within the safe margin of 34-38A even with a 4S pack and 5400kv motor from another vendor in the 4-Blade Wemotec fan. Hope this helps!
I wanted to make a note for future reference here that the 2610 5000kv is a very small motor. It only weighs 54g and that should give an idea to it's limitations and where it works best. It works great with 50mm edfs and 64 fans with 3 blades, such as Alfa Model fans. It can also spin an 11" prop in a 6.6:1 gearbox. I have the 2610 5000kv for a 50mm Hoaye fan and this is it's upper limit. I see people trying to put these small motors in high pitch 64mm fans and it just doesn't happen, its over-propping the motor. if the loaded rpm is less than 75% of the no-load rpm, its being overtaxed. For example, in a 64mm Hoaye fan I use a 28-47-8S 4900kv (that motor weight 190g) and it draws 70A on 3S. The 2610 would not draw that much current but it would eventually fail at full throttle becuase it's windings and armatures are small.
Will this motor fit the EDF Ducted Fan Unit 2.5inch 5 Blade HKEDF64 standard fitment as used in the Sonic 64 EDF Wing EPO 1230mm? I like to keep a spare motor handy due to shipping lead times from international warehouse.
This motor is designed for EDF only. If used for swinging your prop, the amp will be too much for this motor at 3 cell. I use this motor PRODUCT (ID: T2836-3200) instead of 70mm EDF, running 4.1x4.1 at 4s, max 48amps (~600w), lots of thrust and speed. This motor should give good thrust using 4.7x4.7 prop at 3s too. or this motor (PRODUCT ID: L2226-3000), 4mm shaft. I use GWS motro mount for these motors. Happy flying!
my motor does not run smooth. It slutters whatever the settings in the esc are. I have a mystery 30A and tried every timing method. With another esc (20A from 50mm skyangel edf) it's the same problem. Other motors run perfectly with this esc. What can be the problem? Is the motor defect? Or do I have to change the settings in my mystery 30A esc?
sounds like a short circuit in the wires or motor. if the motor wires are all together seperate them and c if the stustustutter stops if it does then put heatshrink or tape around the wires as much as possible to insulate them from each other. if it doesnt stop look carefully at the motor i had the stustutter happen because a tiny washer had gone into the motor and was shorting it out when removed them motor worked until i burnt it outis happen b HTH
I had similar observation after installing to Phase 3 EF-16 to replace the stock inrunner. Wattmeter test showed similar result to the stock 5000kv motor, so must be normal without short circuit. Been flying her anyway, no issues, performing great. Interesting the bell comes off easy, no C clip to retain the bell, this could be the reason for the noice and slight vibration. Happy flying!
Creo que ese variador se queda algo corto, yo estimarí*a poner uno de 40A como mí*nimo.
Segun el datasheet este motor consume 33.7 Amperios. Le puedes poner tu variador de 30A pero seguro que te va a petar, y no molaria nada que lo hiciese en pleno vuelo, visualizalo, el variador echando ese humo blanco caracterí*stico mientras que practicamente cae en picado y casi derritiendose, jejejejeje No mola nada.
Have a look at "EDF Ducted Fan Unit 5Blade 2.5inch 64mm" PRODUCT ID: EDF64mm or "60mm Ducted Fan Kit" PRODUCT ID: 601F (3 and 5 Blade) or "EDF Ducted Fan Unit 5Blade 2.5inch 64mm" PRODUCT ID: HKEDF64. Even the "GWS EDF System 64" PRODUCT ID: GWEDF064A or "WS EDF System 55" PRODUCT ID: GWEDF055A but they are both 6 Blade and might draw to much current.
the motor is primarily for 55 - 64mm DF units, but in fact will power 50mm DF units as well - it is more than enough power. I would suggest that the 50 - 55mm are best as this is a budget unit and wise not to push the load limits. Take care when changing shafts in this - they are a very tight fit and with the soft metal easy to skew when inserting in ...
Imo best thing for a stinger is a new 40A 4cell Wsc and a 2200 3 cell 30 lipo... If u burn this out through overuse this motor is a great replacement just stick to the same 40A esc and go to 3cell HTH''''Ps any Vid of second persons F-14 am thinking of the retro top gun Jet for my next purchase.
I used a TP40 40A ESC (w/ heatsink)for my Kyosho A6 (running 4s) and it got really warm. The first 40A ESC I used cut out on me due to overheating. Go with a bigger ESC just to be sure because this motor is power hungry.
xdreamx... u mean u want a powerful motor for ur edf. what motor do u have at the moment. i had my stock f-18 blue angels from hobbyking. but teh motor was not very powerful so i ordered this motor along with a 40A speed controller.
compared to turnigy 2610 4800KV it gives little mor ethrust but might use more current at the same time. i needed more thrust so i chose 5000kv one. will use spare batteries to get mor eflying time *).
great edf for small fans 64mm with no more than 5 blades with not a lot of pitch or it will get to hot
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very good motor. if you want to use the 3.175 shaft, you need to replace the bearings and drill out the bell end of the motor.
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This looks to be a very nice EDF motor. I recently purchased the 4800kv when this was out of stock. I used it with 3 cells in a Wemo 50mm fan and it was pulling about 15 amps and moved the jet along pretty well. I grabbed one of these to try out when they came in stock, should give me a bit more power and speed....sweet!