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Turnigy L2210-1650 Bell Style Motor (250w)

Turnigy L2210-1650 Bell Style Motor (250w)

Turnigy L2210-1650 Bell Style Motor

Kv: 1650 rpm/v
Voltage:7.4~11.1v (2~3s)
No load Current: 1.3A
Max Current: 22A
Max Power: 250W
Shaft Size : 3mm
Shaft Length: 28mm
Dimension: 28mm x 17mm
Thrust: 520g
Weight: 50g

PRODUCT ID: L2210-1650

Kv(rpm/v) 1650
Weight (g) 50
Max Current(A) 22
Resistance(mh) 0
Max Voltage(V) 11
Power(W) 250
Shaft A (mm) -
Length B (mm) 28
Diameter C (mm) 28
Can Length (mm) 12
Total Length E (mm) 62
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Weight: 77g
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Price  HKD78.38

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stitch58  147 points - 11/17/2014
hey i,m thinking about trying out 2 of these in the durafly bf-110 they have a 8x4 3blade think these would be stronger than the one,s that come with it? see i bent one shaft on a motor and i have some of these motors laying around and i also have some turnigy 1200 bell type thought it may work one or the other anyone try any of these? need 1400 grams of thrust i thought i could get around 1800 but not sure if i will over amp them out!
 Ral fRotten 2115 points
I run 8x4 2 blade props on these motors and they pull around 280watts, I would not run 3 blade 8x4's it would overload the motors, maybe 7x4's?? and test with an amp meter, I have 5 of these motors now, they are great but they have 1 fault, they tend to break shafts at the beginning of the thread, so now I automatically cut the shaft and put a normal 3mm prop adapter on (I learnt the hard way) these are a motor of choice for me now, I buy model kits to suit this motor. I know it would'nt look "scale" with 2 blade props but that's what would work better, you would be putting out about 560watts!! that will make the 110 move!!
pilot4e  7 points - 6/22/2014
can i use 7x4 propeller for this motor on cessna 150 (1000mm wingspan 400gr.)?
 Callum 34 points
Yes that should work fine. In run mine on 8x6 and a HK 18-20A ESC. Runs beautifully so smaller prop and it will just be less strain on the motor.
 Ral fRotten 2115 points
I have a few planes with this motor 2 of them use an 8x4 and 1 uses an 8x6, all three run a 30amp esc and are pulling around 280watts, I advise anyone thinking of using this motor to cut the shaft where the thread begins and fit a normal prop adaptor, 2 of my shafts broke in flight and I have fitted adaptors to these great little motors!!
MickeSwe  1 points - 6/1/2014
What do i need to mount my prop on this? No accessories comes with it as far i can see?
 pilot4e 7 points
you need Propeller Adapter (Colet Type) 3MM.
 Callum 34 points
the easiest attachment method is prop saver. This will save prop in a crash as well. Try here (product ID - search the ID and it will list it directly): 19-502-3mX10
frances  6 points - 2/12/2014
I need to know shaft dia of the CG 1300
 Michele 162 points
you can use 3mm prop adapter!!!
frances  6 points - 2/12/2014
I broke the propeller of the j3 cub rtf from hobby king, I want to know if a collet prop adapter will work and what size prop should I get. The motor # says CG 1300
 frances 6 points
I need to know the shaft dia of the CG1300 so I can pick a prop adapter
 Andre_Meyer 12 points
Hey Frances. I had a green cub and destroyed it. Now I use this motor with a 3mm Collet style prop adapter and it works great. Only thing is the shaft is long but that is needed for the cub's cowl.
 Callum 34 points
You can just buy a standard prop saver like this (product code): OR019-00502-2MM
 kanga 1101 points
all you need is 2 washers and 2 lock nuts .put on 1st lock nut then a washer then prop then 2nd washer then the second lock nut . Most props come with the correct spacing inserts.
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I replaced an Art-tech C2830-21 with this motor in a HK/RICCS TB-20 with a 9x6 SF prop and WOW! Full throttle with a Turnigy 1300mah 30-40C battery gave 3.5 minutes vs 5 for the C2830-21; however, the thrust difference was phenomenal. Normal flights with throttle control provides the same 6 minutes as the original setup. Time will tell as to endurance, but for now, I'm having fun.

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Nice Motor, no vibrations. Make sure you cyno or epoxy the base to the motor bearing tube as this is mostly where they come apart and the vibrations start instead of over tightening the grub screws as they damage the bearings. I run 8x3.8 TGY props on these and almost always they need a lot of balancing to get a smooth setup. So check this before you blame the motor. Bearings on mine are all good out the box.

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exelente motor para foamis

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ótimo motor. Uso ele em uma zagi 90cm com helice 7x6, fica muito rapida

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I bought two of these and they are the worst motors I have used , lots of vibrations, run hot, both burnt wiring, got about 30 min out of them, 1300mah 11.1 turnigy bat, 30amp plush turnigy esc, 9x5 prop super hot, 8x6 hot, 8x4 hot , 8x6 3 blade hot, 7x4 not too bad, cost to send back not worth it, and shafts are super soft, not a good buy, I have bought other motors from hk that are great but not these

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