Designed as a 50 to 80cc gas engine replacement, this motor is a direct bolt in for 17~30lb Sport, Scale and 3D planes . A perfect size motor for 3D flight up to 20lbs. The motor is very well built with strong mounts, end bell and a concentric double bearings at the rear to support large propellers and rotating can, especially during hard 3D flight.
This motor is very well engineered and of the highest quality. The factory can produce only a limited number of these motors per month due to the increased time in balancing and machining such a large object.
Spec. Model: 80-80-10 Resistance: 0.011ohm ESC Required: 200A Input Voltage : 30~50V Kv : 160 rpm/V Weight: 1545g Shaft: 8mm Non Load Current: 6.0A at 20V Dimensions: 152x133x81mm (Including Mount) Equivalent: 50-80cc Gas Engine
Remove able propeller mount?
I have a space 120mm I can use. If I shorten the drive shaft 30mm and remove the piece the propeller sits on it would fit. It looks like the part between the can and prop isn't removable. Could it be cut off or is it a structural load bearing piece?
I have this Motor installed in my SebArt 2,2m with a 120A ESC, a 25x12 Metts, and 10s 5000mah LiPO. Very nice motor with a plenty of Power. Im under 100A and it is so quiet at full throttel.
I can fly about 7min in hard 3D.
But one thing is bad:
As this ESC come to me befor 2 month it running very bad.
So I took it apart and found a paper clip between the magnets!
A paper clip?!
What is the mean? This could have been a crash. So most everything cleared out.
Then it is the best engine
Hi I'm trying to build an electric scooter and I'm kind of new to this electric motor stuff I was wondering how this motor compares to the Rotomax 50cc in power? I noticed this product doesnt list Watts or Current, can someone please help?
Olá* amigo, esse motor gera 18kg de empuxo está*tico, com 12s 8000mah, vai dar 6 minutos de vô*o, entã*o vc precisa ver a quantidade de bateria que vai precisar para sua autonomia. Vc saberia dizer qual o empuxo que o seu motor a gasolina gera?
ok i have settled on tricopter design with 6 motors and escs incase one fails. can someone please help me with esc selection? I will be using 6 of these motors. Is there another website that offers better escs? are the jeti esc better? ...thank you....
I don't have much experience with Jeti escs but I think they might be a better choice, because HK has made new ESCs that have little or no customer testing yet. As for another site with big ESCs, I have searched and can't find any other. I plan on making one next year. The ESC will need to handle atleast 150A.
Hi guys Ill cut to the point I want to build a Quad or tri copter that lifts at least 50 - 75 lbs and and fly as long as possible. My biggest question is are the motors and escs on this site worth buying? I ask because I will be mounting some pricey equipment on the unit and firing it and I just dont want it to fall out of the sky because I bought ****py components! Any help would be greatly app. My budget is 13,000 thanks.
The motors are very good and reliable. Many times I have thought of doing what you want to do but I don't have the money. The only problem would be the ESCs. The big ones are new and have very little testing. A quad should be much less than $13000. This motor could probably lift up to 25-30lbs. You might want to use a bigger motor. As for batteries, Use Zippy 6s 8000mah.
I hope this motor will operate on a k force 120 amp esc. I choose this esc because if it's anti-spark feature. I was running a 60 series Turnigy outrunner coupled to a 100 amp Sentinel esc withtwo 5000 mah 5s batteries in parrell until this system w!ent down based on a spark when I hooked the batteries to the esc. Anyone experience this before. Costly lesson.
It should handle 14s. I wouldn't trust that ESC very mush, for some reason I decided not to use that one. I think the Yep 120A would be better, and you can make your own anti spark system if it doesn't have one.
I don't know much about anti sparking, but if you make a second smaller positive battery wire with a resistor in it, then connect that wire to the battery after the black and before the main red wire. This allows some time for the capacitors to charge. I would recommend timing in the 0-15degree range.
Thanks Scott, but I have no idea how to mount the spinner cap. Normally it is mounted by a long screw going from the top of the cap to some windings in the middle of the shaft. This "hole" in the shaft isnt there on this ca80-80. I am very happy about any hints.
It's designed for planes...which means it probably likes lots of air passing by. For your application, you might need to watch for cooling. As for 75mm props, that size worked well on Zenoah 26cc engines, so you might be ok. Sounds like a fun project!!!
Wonderful designed engine. High quality. Will fly in an Hangar 9 Carden Edition Yak 54 with 10 or 12 Lipos. Propsize about 24x8" to 25x10". The power should be enough for 3D flying. Weight of plane about 6,5kg, thrust about 10-12 kg. I use 2 5S or 2 6S packsfrom Turnigy with 20C 5000 mah.
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super Motor, wirklich das beste was ich an Motoren bereits bekommen habe. Habe zwei Stück davon, einer in der Rascal mit 2.79 Meter Spannweite, 9.5 Kg Abflugewicht und einer im Porter mit 3.2 Meter Spannweite und 17 Kg Abfluggewicht. In der Rascal mit 12S1P und im Porter 12S2P Turnigy 5000 der Lipos Zellen. Der Mejzlik Carbone 27x12 Propeller bringt dabei bis 19 Kg Schub bei 150 Ampere. Selbst bei der Rascal nach 1000 Schlepps noch keinen Verschleiss bemerkbar.... Hammermotor....
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I have installed this motor in the RC guys 100 inch Cherokee 140, and it works great! I am using two Zippy 5800 mah 30C batteries and the Turnigy 160 amp esc, and I fly about 6 minutes, with at least 3 more minutes in reserve. It flies on half throttle, and performs better than I ever imagined it would. No one that sees it believes it is an electric plane, being so big. I am using a 20x14 APC prop, as that is all the ground clearance I have room for. I have over ten flights so far, and I strongly recommend this motor.