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Turnigy L2210C-1200 Brushless Motor (150w)

Turnigy L2210C-1200 Brushless Motor (150w)
Turnigy L2210C-1200 Brushless Motor (150w)

Turnigy L2210C-1200 Brushless Motor (150w)
 
Specifications:
Dimension: 28mm x 25mm
Weight: 48g (63g with all fittings, connectors & prop driver)
Kv: 1200rpm/V
Voltage: 7.2v~11.1v (2s~3s)
Max Power: 150w
Max Current: 15.8A
No load Current: 0.8A
Diameter of shaft: 3mm
Thrust: 700g
ESC: 20A


PRODUCT ID: L2210C-1200

Kv(rpm/v) 1200
Weight (g) 48
Max Current(A) 15.8
Resistance(mh) 0
Max Voltage(V) 11
Power(W) 150
Shaft A (mm) -
Length B (mm) 25
Diameter C (mm) 28
Can Length (mm) 12
Total Length E (mm) 44
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Price HKD99.98

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Total of 69 discussions.
Chad  3 points - 5/14/2014
 
Question about prop mounting on this one. It has a collet and a washer w/ a beveled edge. Are you supposed to used both when mounting the prop, and if so does the washer's flat side go against the collet and bevel to flat surface go against the prop? This seems the logical thing to do to me, but I'm not 100% certain.
Carlos Augusto  6 points - 4/19/2014
 
can I use 9040 propellers?
 silvio 1 points
uso helice 9.5 e 10,47
Carlos Augusto  6 points - 4/19/2014
 
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Chad  3 points - 3/28/2014
 
What's the bolt to bolt (center to center across shaft) distance?
Martin  3 points - 3/24/2014
 
what is the diameter of the connectors
 flahut59 67 points
Hi, it is 3.5mm
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flyerdude81
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I bought two of this motor for use in my Canadair (Bombardier) 415 from HK. I'm using two Turnigy Plush 25 A ESCs, powered by 3s LiPo. In test-running them using separate receivers and batteries, I am amazed that their kv ratings are within single-digits of each other (their pitch is synchronized). Of course, I drowned them in Corrosion-X to waterproof them (this is a float plane, after all!) They seem to have excellent pulling power using the supplied 8x3.8 props, although I have not run them through my testing yet. Now if we just get some decent flying weather here!


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wamm63
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Great value. Two of these small motors pull my cl-415 canadair easily out of the water.


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brett.c
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Great little motor. I bought one for my funder and lighting scratchbuilt (see rcgroups) and it powers this plane just nicely. I'm using an APC 8x6 prop. Shaft is very hard and you won't cut it with a hacksaw. You'll need a grinder. I trimmed mine so that the adaptor collet fits neat against the bell. And the supplied prop adapter is very good quality. Much better than the ones you buy here. They all tend to cause vibrations but not this one.


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Fatstick
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This is a great little motor. Way more power than my park 370 eflite


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Gary Toh
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Installed this on my 1.5m Balsa/Fiberglass Glider. Tested with 8x6 & 9x5 folding prop. Very happy with the motor performace.


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