Designed to provide reliable and clean power for 3D parkflyers. This brushlessoutrunner will provide more power and with its high efficiency, long run times. A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with a 77 watts brushlessoutrunner.
Spec. Battery: 2~3 Cell /7.4~11.1V RPM: 1380kv Max current: 7A No load current: 8V/0.4A Current capacity: 9A/15sec Internal resistance: 0.33 ohm Weight: 24g (not including connectors) Diameter of shaft: 3mm Dimensions: 37x28mm
Required; 10A ESC 2S~3S Li-Po / 6 ~ 8-cell Ni-MH/Ni-Cd 6x5 ~ 8x3.8 prop Suitable for sport and scale airplanes weighing 8 to 12 ounces (225g–340g).
I will buy a Great Planes VFO, the recommended motor is a rimfire 300, can i use this park300 instead? how will this perform compared to rimfire300? any better suggestion of a motor from hobby king for VFO? thank yo
You don't really reverse the shaft but rather extend it out the other way. You remove the clip (not visible in the picture) and put it in the grove at the end. Then you need to loosen the set screws so you can push the shaft through while not pushing the stator away from the rotor. Make sure you retighten the set screws.
If anyone is trying to reverse the shaft position by tapping the shaft through,make sure that you use a brass hammer.It will not damage the end of the shaft as easily as a steel hammer.Pressing it through would be the prefered method as it can't accidentally flair the end of the shaft and damaging it.
Here's how: Remove the circlip from the rear shaft. Drill a hole 1 cm in diameter, at least 25 mm (1") deep in a fat block of wood. Put the front (stubby) end of the motor in the hole. Now clamp the motor in a vise with the long rear shaft against the vise jaws and the block of wood against the other jaw. Gradually tighten. You should hear a crack - don't worry - and the shaft will now start moving. Tighten until you have the desired length at the front. Refit the circlip into the rearmost groove in the shaft.
I hadn't thought of that. On the other hand though, if you install the motor in a different airframe needing the prop to spin the other way or longer wires you'll have to desolder them. But that's just another one of those choices we make in our builds.
You built a quadracopter. Are you on RC Groups wih it?
Hya, No i'm not on any Rc Groups with it.I have actually got 2 of Hobbyking's Quadcopters and am now building a 3rd one out of different materials but ususing the Electronic board from Hobbyking.One thing about the frames, they are not consistant quality ply.As the 2nd one, one of the arms cracked at the top because of inferior ply.I've just received another frame to use for spare parts and have repaired this one. The 3rd one is made of Polypropolene pipe with ply centre.easily replaced. Regards rob
I was impressed with a tricopter I saw on FliteTest and thought it to be a good one that I could take indoors when the weather outside got bad. Is yours a kit, arf or rtf? Do you fly it fpv? I curious about the electronics set up too.
I have bought this motor and got the parcel today* at a glance it looks nice. It came into a small black color card board box, dimension of 1.5 x 1.5 x 2.5 inches* prop saver is built-in and they have given motor mount and four screws. The motor connection wires are not silicon wires, they are hard motor winding wire comes with some colored insulator sleeves on it but no connectors. If you rotate the motor by your hand then it is not very smooth, it’s moving like stepper motor and not smooth. First I thought the stator is touching the magnets but there are gaps but very less, hope it will move smoothly on power. I am going to use it in soon and will let know the result. If anyone has already used it then please share their test result and experiences with all of us.
Hello Chua That motor mount is not very good, if you read the review you will understand that motor mount break easily, use HXT motor mount which is very good and strong but light. On HXT motor mount this motor fit easily and even mount holes matches perfectly, just need to use 3x6mm or 3x6mm socket head cap www.link
because this motor can be a good start for light multicopters, because of its shape, large and short. They just need to make a version of it with shortened shaft and ot's nice for small size multicopters.
can this motor be mounted on a Stick mount 10mm stick? www.link
The motor has a well engineered look ,it has a output shaft and a prop saver mount . The true weight including 2mm bullet connectors is 29 Gr. The output shaft is 3mm not 3.17mm and looks like it can be reversed . My motor test run was performed using a Turnigy 3s1p 2200 11.1v 20C battery , the prop I used is a GWS HD 8x6 cut down to 6.5 inches and balanced . The test run gave 10k RPM and 9.6 Amps and 120 watts ,in burst and a steady 80 watts at half throttle . The motor is a single wind and handled the watts without overheating , altogether the 77watt rating is very conservative . The ESC I really like and used is a HK blue series 12 Amp that can up to 4S batteries with ease and is very smooth . Ampmister
tres bon petit moteur, leger et robuste, j'en ai commande 4 pour me faire un quadrirotor avec une carte kkMultiCopter Controller Blueboard pour un poids de 660 grs avec lipo 11,1 de 2200 Mah, tration enorme, et bonne finition equipe avec des esc H-KING 20A, convient parfaitement et vole du tonnerre
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Overall good performance...just connecting cable length is 9cm...comes with no connectors...I am using it for depron Extra 300 (RC powers.com)
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I bought this to use on my eflite 4-site f3p. I started using the 2s 500 mah batteries which worked fine, but then I bumped up to the 3s 360mah rhinos and this thing is full 3d on an 8x4 prop and 224g UAW. I would definitely recommend this product. I got 3-4 min flights on the 3s 360mah and 8-10 min flights on the 2s 500mah. the wires coming out of the back have their own little slot in the motor housing which helps the stability of them to keep them from getting broke off. I am very pleased in the quality and value of this motor.
This is a well crafted motor. Out of the box the motor comes with 9 cm cables with no connectors so you can match the connector type you use in your ESC. The motor comes with a prop saver and a colet type adapter so most propellers in the recommended 6x5 to 8x3.8 range can be fit. I tested this motor with different propellers on a 280g foamie with a 12A ESC and 3S1P 1300 mAh 15C LiPo. I found the 7 x 3.5 propeller works the best producing optimum thrust at half throttle while leaving enough power to get you out of trouble at full thrust.