Designed to be a direct swap out for your 25 size glow engine. 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 25 size glow engine.
Spec. Battery: 3~4 Cell /11.1~14.8V
Max current: 32A
No load current: 10V/2.4A
Current capacity: 44A/15sec
Internal resistance: 0.03 ohm Weight: 193g (not including connectors) Diameter of shaft: 5mm Dimensions: 78x35mm
50A ESC 3S~4S Li-Po / 10 ~ 14-cell Ni-MH/Ni-Cd 11x8 ~ 14x7 prop Suitable for sport and scale airplanes weighing 3 to 5.5 pounds (1.4–2.5kg).
Hola, Le recomiendo usar 4S tal como recomienda las especificaciones, recuerda que cambiar una variable modifica todo el diseñ*o, osea debes calcular el ESC y el propeler, puedes exceder la capacidad de potencia y quemar el controlador. saludos
hola una consulta compre este motor y lo puse en un yack 54 carbon z con una helice 11*8 y una bateria de 4 celdas 2800mhs
y se pasa de vueltas lo quiero para hacer 3d alguien me aconseje y me enseñ*e que helice le tengo que poner gracias agradesco una ayuda
hola, puedes utilizar una hé*lice con una relació*n menor osea 11x6 por ejemplo. existen hé*lices tipo slow fly que permiten mantener la potencia pero a una velocidad menor. para realizar cá*lculos debes tener toda la informació*n, peso del avió*n, tipo de motor, ESC, hé*lice a utilizar, tipo de baterí*a entre otros, con eso puedes realizar un cá*lculo.. esta es mi configuració*n: Yak54 50inch, bateria 2650 35, ESC 50C, tengo dos helices una de 12x6 y otra de 12 x 4 evidentemente la segunda al mismo nú*mero de vueltas 12 avance apenas 4 pulgadas osea má*s lento.. espero le sirva. saludos
The specs of this motor are identical to the power 25 made by eflite, also the casings and bearing sizes are identical which leads me to believe turnigy and eflite have the same manufacturer. As far as using a 14x8.... It exceeds the prop range of both motors.
Hi have an E-Flite Super Cub 25E. They recommend their own Power 25 870kv motor with an APC 13x6.5E prop and 4S lipo. I beleived that this G25 870kv would be a direct replacement for that motor. Looking at this discussion thread people are talking about 10-11 props. So am I mistaken? Is this motor an equivalent to the Power 25 or not?
I think it is the same exact motor. For example, I went to a local hobby store and bought an e-flite park 300. On hobbyking there is a turnigy park 300. The turngy g25 is suitable for 25e airplanes. So is the Power 25. So go out and buy! :)
i would think it would fly it just fine..i have this on an aeronca champ witch is a high wing witch has alot of drag, weighs about 3.5 lbs.. so i would think a 48 inch extra 300 would have all kinds of power !
Wooden BASTARD Multirotor
Project: Quadcopter X-Fly -SETUP- Frame Aluminum pipe frame with stainless steel inserts CNC aluminum motor platforms with dampers CNC aluminum center Plexiglass platform for gyros with antivibration dampers Aluminum box for batteries with sponge insert 4X Turnigy G25 870KV 450W Propellers 2X Zinger 12-8 wooden, balanced 2X Zinger 12-8 P wooden, balanced ESC 4X HobbyKing Red Brick 50A Power distribution Custom made board with 40A fuses Quadcopter controller HobbyKing Multi-Rotor Control Board V2.1 (Atmega168PA Xcopter firmware v1.1) Batteries 2x Turnigy Nano-tech 10Ah 2S 40-80C (connected in 4S) Charger IMAX B6AC with USB charge monitor & Y charge cables TX/RX system Turnigy TGY9X v2 Other electronics Voltage display & low battery alarm Y cables for batteries LED lighting Camera HD Wing Camera 1280x720p 30fps 5MP CMOS -
SPECS- Total weight 3,75Kg Diagonal shaft distance 1030mm Max power 1900W Colective thrust 10Kg.
This motor will easily work with the Addiction X. However I would never use a 4s battery in the Addiction X. Even a 3s 2650 battery changes the flying characteristics big time. I ONLY use 3s 2200 and would only recommend that. I wouldn't use any prop but the Vox T40 designed especially for the Add X. Otherwise there's no point in owning one if you aren't going to set it up as it should be.
usually you reinforce if your putting a glow on a electric plane.. so really if its a glow plane then you wouldn't have to reinforce for electric motor. Glow planes are a little sturdier do to vibration! hope this helps! gimmie thumbs up please!
I'm planning on putting this motor in the hobbyking Decathlon 48.9 and run it on 4S. Do u guys think an 11x7 apc prop will be a good match in this plane? Ill put it on the watt meter when it's setup....I was thinking this might be a good place to start.
It calculates that on a 4s battery and an 11x7 prop it will be drawing 55amps (800 watts) which is a bit high for this motor as max continuous is only 32amps.If you use a 10x6 then this will draw 37amps and give 540w,or a 10x5 will draw 32amps and give 467w.
A 13.5 x 7 will be to much for this motor on a 3cell pack,it will be drawing 59amps and the motors max is 32amps.With a 12 x 6 it will still be drawing 38amps but this will be ok for bursts of approx 10-15secs and this will give you approx 420w of power.
The motor will only rev to its rated kv. A tiny prop on that motor will still not rev past it's kv, so no power! That motor likes at least an 11x6. Too much prop and you'll overload the motor and cook it! The motor's specs usually list a starting point for props at given battery volts. This is why we buy Watt meters, they will tell you all this info so you get the right prop for best power for your motor and don't run it over its Amp/Watt rating. You need one!
first make sure you match the right colours. red/red, blk/blk.etc. also it is very important to use the right wire connectors with heat shrink. i'm faily new with this and i used this on my apprentice and it works great. also make sure that you have the right esc. also very important.
I bought one of these a few months back thinking that I might put it in my parkzone t28. Did a quick bench test with no prop on a 3s and 40amp esc. Ran nice. Put everythig together and put it in the plane, plugged it into the esc and I got were some beeps and a jittery prop. I am not sure what the problem but I assume the windings are touching or something. ***mer. Not worth sending back to china
nope...i run that in a pt20.....voltage test all points, swap out esc, and what worked for me...make sure esc dont have a safe start....if so...fallow directions......plug esc in with tx in full stick and trow trim all the way up...wait for cell beeps then lower trim and stix
That always happens when one of the 3 wires feeding the motor is disconnected. Look for a problem in all 3 motor wires. Also try another ESC to be sure. Don't run the motor without a load, it can burn the windings, seriously! Some motors are not effected, and some are. Not worth the gamble.
Have a look at the screws you used to mount the motor, they may be too long and you have shorted or broken some windings. I know of someone that did this on two sets of quad motors in a row so be careful.
Yes this has plenty of power. If its the 48" Decathon, the motor is too heavy and eat over powered. I think the Turnigy 3530 1000kv, or 3542 1000kv. The later pulls my 3.5lb Pilatus PC-6 Porter of the ground in less than 10 feet with a 11x5.5 prop. And is less than 1/2 the weight.
This is a bit much power for an electric 48" Decathalon. It's designed to replace a .25 glow so it's built like a tank and heavy. I would suggest the Turnigy 3642 with an11x6, or 3648 with 12x6. Unless you need nose weight, these will both yank a 3.5lb plane vertacle!
Well ive just purchased this and installed it into the plane i plan to use, though the motor seems to be drawing too many amps. For instance on an MAS 11x4 it was drawing a little over 70 amps with 700 watts!?! I also did try an APC 12x6 and needless to say it was even higher. Im using the Turnigy trust 70amps esc with a 30c 2200 3cell battery. So I dont quite understand how people are using 4 cell batteries...which was my original intention. Would a higher c-rated battery help? Any help would be greatly appreciated
Thrust is dependent upon what prop you are trying to run on it. in general the larger the diameter of the prop the higher the thrust for the same pitch. That is until the motor runs up to its current limit.
I bought an E-Flight Apprentice last year. This has been a great trainer for me, with many flights. Unfortunately, after several rough landings and a bad nose over, the motor casing cracked, leaving the motor and plane useless. I had bought the G25 last year, and I finally used it to replace the 15 BL Outrunner Motor 720Kv, in the Apprentice. The motor was a straight, easy, swap out, without even having to drill new mounting holes! I also changed the speed control over to the 60Amp Plush ESC, for a perfect motor/ESC match. I will have follow up flight results soon.