Will it be ok if I use a 70 amp esc in a 4s lipo setup. Another option is to go with the 60 amp esc but the hk redbrick does not offer one with a bec. I'd rather a 70 amp but please let me know because I dont want to take a risk
As far as I understand is this the current specified for the max. voltage, which is 4S. this means that you can go with a 60A esc, but even a 50A esc is sufficient. I use it in a HK450 heli with 3S setup with a 40A HK blue series controller. But anyway, you can use the 70A esc as well, it only has a little bit more weight. br, Stephan
On 4s, you won't be pulling so many amps. I'm running this with a Hobbywing Platinum Pro 40A ESC in a 4s setup on an HK 450 Pro, and everything is staying really cool. (<40c) Seems to give a bit more power than a Typhoon 2215H that I've also used in both 3s and 4s setups on my 450 Pros.
Your question is not so clear. You can load this motor up to 500W. Now about the rotation speed-3S=2500x12.4V=31000rpm 3S (10-12.4V)2500x10V=25000rpm. 4S (13.2-16.5V) 2500x13.2=33000rpm, 16.5Vx2500=41250rpm. Good luck.
I had reverse the saft some weeks ago. It is working fine...but now nothing keep the rotor and the stator together* only the magnetism of the magnets and the pressure of the propeller. If the propeller is installed in the wrong way or the saft turn reverse the can and the propeller will go backwards. Thanks
I'm putting this motor on a flat wing foamy F-22 pusher jet. With a 50 amp speed control and an apc 6-5.5 prop. With an all up weight,with a 2200 3 cell battery, of 24 oz. it has the high rpm to spin a small prop. Reversing the black and red wires between the speed control and motor will reverse the motor rotation.
danikronos, I run a 2200 kv in my foamy easy star and 2700kv in my fun jet.
I'm putting a Turnigy Typhoon model 2218 with appx. 3450 kv in my HK450GT,same as in my other 400 size heli. For the most part I think a lot of motors work well in different applications. I am no Electrical Engineer.They know best. Funny my Typhoon had a similar part Also notice that Turnigy has a series of 450 H2218 all the way to 3550kv
jailheat, you asked this a while ago. I don't want to insult your intelligence but did you put the "C" clip back on the new end. They are super small and if you blink you miss it. It goes in a groove right above the bearing on the original shaft side. There are acctually you tubes and tools. I assume you got the grub screw on opposite side. RC cars have dozens of C clips ugg
To put the C clip at the end of the shaft I should make a a groove. But, as the shaft is milled from 4 mm (for fitting in the two 4mm bearing) to 3.17mm I don't have enough place in the shatf to do this modification.
The grub screw cannot be installed at the end of the shsft: here is a bearing
brutus315 what funjet are you running this in and how fast does it push it with what set up if you dont mind me asking im thinking about getting a real funjet from a diff. supplier and was wondering what set up to go with
They put the shaft in there so you must be able to put it 10mm wider in. Unlock the grubscrew an push it through. But you might need a small ring with grub screws on the back to hold the shaft.
I was reading where the 2233-2900 at 16v puts out 2100kv and the 2233-2500 at 16v puts out 41,000. Ok, which motor would be best for a rc boat at 22" on 3S. They say the 2900 is really a 2100kv and the 2500 puts out 2600kv. I run 3S lipos. Power on 2500 is 500 watts and the 2900 is 600 but at 4S, so which would be BEST. Best to read the 2900 review. I generally run lower kv and higher voltage to keep things cooler and efficient.Oh yes, thanks.
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Bought this for a RiteWing 48" Lightning kit. I will be running a pair of 2200 3s 30c lipos and a 60amp Sentry ESC. I will be using a 7x6 prop to start and will post the amp numbers as soon as I get it in the wing.
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8 pole motor. Headspeed 2200 rpm with 14T pinion and 2200mAh 3S at 12A.
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Running on 3S 1800 40C, camspeed prop 6x6, 50A, 550W, quite hot at the end of the run, but unlimited power on my rcfoamfighters, ff-117!
Comprei para uma Zagi de 120cm bem rápida, calculei 180km/h com hélice 6x5. Peso de 68g. Porém esta parado pois não vem nenhum adaptador de hélice ou para fixá-lo. Precisa comprar um suporte 16-19mm e prendedor de hélices para shaft 3,17 ou 3,2.
Bought two for use in planes with 5-6 inch props and 40A ESCs. The shaft is 4mm stepped down to 3.17mm and prop adapter is needed. I also have one of these, but 2160kV, in a funjet - does a bit over 170km per hour with a 7x6 APC prop. on 3S