update... I am still running the same set up as below but have changed the prop up to really test this beast, im now spinning a 14 x 9 three blade prop , im lost to words on this, I thought it was awesome with an 11 x 10 ? with the three blade on I can run it up to full throttle holding the plane and just throw it straight up vertical and it skyrockets skyward nonstop till I back off , and still doesn't get hot, neither does the esc, anyone with a warbird looking for more power or anyone flying 3d , this is the motor for you ! im buying more and upgrading several of my planes, really , I would give this motor a 10 out of 10 !
I have fitted this motor to my trainstar tough trainer to give it some more grunt and I am really shocked at its performance , im running an 11.1 3s 2200 nanotech, with an hk 50/60 esc and a 11x10 prop, I can sit at full throttle for 12 mins and neither the motor or esc get hot , barely luke warm at the most, this set up has turned my 1400mm trainer into a vertical rocket, so much power , yet to try 3d with it but im betting il have no probs at all, I would recommend this little power house to anyone !
BUENO MOTOR LO USO EN UN SPITFIRE DE 1,4 MTS CON UNA HELICE TRIPLA 13X8, TENGO POTENCIA DE SOBRA PARA EL MODELO
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I have had a blast with this motor. The ratings may be a bit off above because I have been getting...
With a 10x6 zingali
1. Turnigy 2200 25-35c 18.4v
With 11x7 APC
1.Turnigy 5000 40-50c 11.1V
P= 502W. - 18 min flight (moderate throt managmt)
2.Turnigy 2200 25-35c 18.4v
With a 12x6 wood prop
1.Turnigy 5000mAh 40-50c 11.1V
2.Turnigy 2200mAh 25-35c 18.4V
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Using on a great planes ugly stik. 4000 4cell battery with 12X6 prop gives me 530 watts at 36 amps. Flys the plane great.
They have only two ball bearings instead of three as it should be. But anyway for the price they're good. The lack of one BB is not so important if you're using this motor with folding prop (farm much less vibrations).