Designed to be a direct swap out for Park .10 size motors. The Turnigy EasyMatch G10 brushlessoutrunner will provide more power and longer run times with its high efficiency. A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with .10 glow engines.
Spec. Battery: 2~4 Cell /7.4~14.8V RPM: 1200kv Max current: 52A Watts: 375w No load current: 11.1V/2.2A Internal resistance: 0.02 ohm Weight: 140g Diameter of shaft: 5mm Dimensions: 35x51mm
Your 32 amp draw seems consistent with my results. I use the AMP2.5 to measure amp draw while in flight and/or static. The 20 amps may be the amp draw while in flight. Full thrust while static draws more current.
I just received a G10-1200 and tested it with a 8x6E APC prop and a fully charged Turnigy 3S 2200mAh 20-30C LiPo, and at full throttle the motor required 32 amps. The calculation for this condition using the Castle eCalc program suggests that this current should only be 20.6 amps. I then tested the armature resistance as 0.0226 ohms between windings, and the a no load current as 4.4 amps at 12.4 volts. This suggests to me that the motor possibly has a very high mechanical friction. Can anyone advise me as to what the problem is and how to fix it? Please advise.
Hi i got one for a ms composit unique 930mm wing profile, it was no good no power and to heavy for a foam plane so i tryed a Turnigy 2836 Brushless Outrunner 1000kv, wow lighter motor but has more power, 11x5 prop shoots strait up and keeps going with no heat issues. Hope this helps (Chris)
can we reverse the shaft on the "easy match"series motors? I undid the set screws and applied what I thought was more than enough preasure with my hydralic press - but nothing moved. I dont want to brake it......
This series is one of the best I have used so far. However, the bearings are killing the fun out of it.
So please stock bearing kits for this series and a tool to press the bearing in place. I'd hate to use a hammer on those tiny things.
I noticed the other Turnigy G10 1100KV fits most Parkzone planes,so i have brought this one hoping it too will fit my Parkzone BF-109g,plus i might try it in my Parkzone P-47 and see what she flies like because the stock motor just ain't got the power i think it should have. will post in reviews once it turns up and i have tried it out.
PLEASE DO!! I'm looking for a motor upgrade for that very same 109 myself. Maidened Sunday and it flew like a lead brick* only 4.5 minutes on a fully charged 2200mAh NanoTech. And their recommended upgrade is also made of plastic (did you realize that about the supplied POS?) & is in the neighborhood of $70!!
I note this motor is for .10 size, & the Bf-109's motor is .15 class, tho only 720Kv. I do hope this one works for you, & will be eagerly awaiting your followup. You staying with the 3-blade??
* James still waiting for it to come mat but as as it does i'll post my findings with a watts up meter plus a couple of flights,thats if the weather over here in the UK gets better as we have gale force winsand rain at the moment * Xener yep i know this and have the single bladed prop and spinner on order but thanks any ways.
The 2-blade ParkZone/Horizon recommends in the owner's manual is a 12x12E. That's another 'hidden ugly' - it narrows the ground clearance even more than the 3-blade 10.6x7.8, in an already nose-heavy plane whose smallish wheels make it tend to nose-over on landing. The HZ 'upgrade' to a better motor (which is also plastic **** & costs $70) requires the 2-blade prop, a 2-blade spinner for it, THEN add a higher-rated ESC, and it becomes a $135-$150 propositon. LUDICROUS ** That's more than I paid for the RTF plane!
Yes, but what I'm asking is will the motors you recommended pull the 3-blade stocker without frying the motors? Not an area I want to be gambling on, so no guesswork, PLEASE! And how high on the ESC, amp-wise?
I installed this motor into my PZ P-51 Gunfighter. Installation was very easy* overall length of motor with shaft is slightly longer then PZ 480 motor but nothing to complain about. Overall the motor is great quality and provides the P-51 with more power then needed. Unlimited vertical and increadibly level flight persormance. I would recomend this motor to anyone looking to upgrade their PZ 480 motor.
If I remember correclty the motor was pulling approximately 48a and producing just over 500watts. I am using the PZ Trojan prop for these results. It was enough power that I made sure I eased off the throttle before making a hard turn etc... Great motor and sounds awesome!!!
P-51 isn`t Bf109... at last you`ll burn G10/1200 with stock 3-blade prop.
This enginne is an upgrade from Park480, but heavy downgrade from Power 15. You need to rapidly decrease pitch and diameter. good luck.
LOL who said anything about the P-51?,but yeah i know that mate i've got the single spinner and prop,i'll be using the stock set up when i get the G15 950KV off HK but not at the moment as the one i wanted wasn't in stock at the time i made my last order so it will have to wait until i put my next one in,but thanks for pointing that out.
Hello, I think yes this one is designed for .10 park glow, so it wont be a problem
Good www.link Hoy penso que si, esta desenhado para motor de .10 park, creo que non hay problema
just replaced my eflite 15 950kv in my p47 with this.
power is over twice as much 51 amp on 10/7 apc 11.1v,
climb is vertical and power is smooth
i love it thanks hk
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No quality issues.
With a 3S 2200mAh Nanotech, 40A Sentry ESC, and a 11x3.8 TP SlowFly, it draws about 70A on the ground.
Works OK with my Red Eagle EPP-3D H1210 plane.
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Replaced the stock motor in my PZ T-28 with this motor and a Plush 40 amp ESC. The power is as advertised .. the plane will fly straight up as far as you can see it. But the efficiency isn't as advertised. Flight times are cut to less than 50pcnt of the previous motor .. 4-5 minutes on 2200 3s packs. I routinely flew 10 minutes with the stock motor and batteries were around 3.75 v per cell. With the new motor after 4.5 minutes, cells were typically below 3.4. So GREAT power, POOR efficiency.
This is one powerful motor!!! I purchased this for use in my Parkzone P-51 Mustang. This combined with Turnigy's 60amp speed control gives me around 75 - 85 MPH in level flight. As others have said, the fit seems to be a perfect match to Eflite's equivalent power 10 motor. The only thing you need to keep in mind is that you will have to solder your own bullet connectors with this motor. Other than that, it's a great buy!