Well... yes, but it is the maximum load current, and YEP can take a 55A in burst, so if you are not making a hard 3d it should be fine. If you're still not sure, just take the 60A version and you will have some power reserves.
When i use this motor in a HK500 i can't a 6S Lipo right? So i would have to use the 3S 11.2v Lipos. Or can it run with 6s 22v?
I'm kinda confused since they recommend 6S with the HK500.
Thanks in advance! :-)
I got two questions, one i cannot find a pinion gear that is 3.17mm to fit this on this website, and two what size is the pinion gear that comes with the white canopy HK450n heli, amd will it fit this motor?
Neither of the 2 white canopied HK450's come with a pinion gear,they recommend a 12/13T pinion gear.I can find on the website a pack of 2 pinions 11/13T which are 3.17mm,they are part#V2-150,or there is a 13T on its own part#V2-150-13T.If you use an 11T this will give a head speed of 2550rpm,and if you use the 13T this will increase the head speed to 3000rpm,a 12T if you can find one will give a head speed of 2750rpm.For 3D flying the higher head speed is better,for training or more sedate flying then go for the lower head speed.
Ola, para 500 nã*o serve para que nã*o esta a iniciar.
Serve para iniciar mas nã*o é* um bom motor, para os 450 a furaç*ã*o nã*o serve també*m, assim considero que nã*o serve nem para o 500 nem para o 450.
mas há* outras aplicaç*õ*es que podem ser utilizadas, que é* o meu caso, esta num modelo parecido ao funjet.
The Kv number is just turns per volt (1500Kv=1500 turns per Volt). Lower Kv generally means more torque, but the real number to watch is WATTS. Watts=Volts x Amps. A motor running 6s at 40 Amps develop 888 Watts, just the same that a motor running a 3S at 80 Amps (888 Watts). In that case the two motors would have the same "power", but the one running in 3s will be "hungry" for Amps.
i ask this question because i think that there is some theory that you can increase the volts in amotor and make it more powerfull as long as you keep it cool. like the edf series that the same 28mm motor with 2100 kv can get to 900w insted of 450w of asimilar motor of 2800kv. maybe because the motor is cooled very good by the air flow. by the way if you will open all these small 27 28mm motors you will see that they are exactly the same inside the onley diference is the cooling holes and the kv
Fitted in a Eurofighter pusher.
First I must admit the material seems to be very, very soft.
Two out of 4 mounting holes do not hold the screws firmly.
Tightening them around 40 broke the windings. I used the screws delivered with the motor. One screw got loose during test run...I now glued the motor to the plane and consider tapping M4 threads.
Test run on 4,75x4,75 gave around 39,5A on 2200mAh Zippy 20C 3s.
First flight motor started to small a bit. Compared to the turnigy 2836 33200kV this motor really is worth what you pay for. Probably I better had invested 6$ more on the other type.
Second flight pending - need to improve air flow of the propeller.