I am thinking of putting this in a scratch build spitfire AUW 1600grams. I want opinions of others about compatibility. I will be using a 35~40amp esc with 12x6 prop and 3s 25c 2200mah pack. the thrust i am getting is about 1900grams max at 35amps. This should be about right power for a warbird-right?? or do i need to go bigger(prop, motor etc)
Hi, I just purchased one, but I didn't realize that the shaft was aan the wrong side. I doubt if it is easy to reverse the shaft. Further the incision for the c-clip in the shaft is on the wrong side. I will not be able to keep the parts together. Can I use a replacement shaft of another motor with a correct incision for the c-clip? Can I easy remove the shaft?
Is there a motor available with the same specs with the shaft at the other side (same side as the cables?
I bought the replacement set as mentioned above. It fits perfectlyThe advantage is that I can attach a c-clip again atthe right spot. . I used a vice to extract the original shaft and put the new shaft back.
Speed control and battery
40 amp speed control and 3s 2200 battery pack
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I am using this on my Parkzone T-28 Trojan and it screams. After flying many hours with the stock 480 having to keep the throttle at 65-70pcnt for decent flight now I can coast at 50pcnt throttle and the best part is the Trojan now has unlimited verticle. This motor rocks for this size of aircraft. I put it on the watt meter here are my specs and readings. Motor: Turnigy 3536 ESC: KVM 45 amp Prop: Parkzone Stock 3 blade 9x7.5 Max Amps: 39.89 Max Watts: 383
Motor is quite heavy but it's quality one. Use 30A HK UBEC ESC x 6 for hexacopter. But one ESC capacitor blow.So do not use 30A, must use 50A or 60A is safer.Very powerful motor, when you tighten the spinner, must tighten as much as you can, bec I loose and jump-out the prop 2 times.