Designed to be a direct swap out for your .32 size glow engine. Turnigy EasyMatch G32 brushlessoutrunner will provide longer run times and more power and with its high efficiency. A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with a .30 size glow engine.
Spec. Battery: 3~4 Cell /11.1~14.8V RPM: 530kv Max current: 60A No load current: 11V/1.1A Internal resistance: 0.039 ohm Weight: 230g Diameter of shaft: 5mm Dimensions: 42x56mm
A G32 should be plenty of motor for your trainer, but you might be better off with the 770kv version... it can run a smaller prop more efficiently. (You may have ground clearance issues with the 14" or larger prop for which the 530kv motor is better suited.) If you haven't already, try the online calculator linked below. (If the link doesn't work, google "propcalc www.link
Thanks again for the quick response,,,,,so what you are saying is,if i do not go over the stated wattage on the motor,,i can use any prop?,,
thanks again. [ i fly F2b models and i am in a trasisition period of converting from Glo to electric
If you want to measure the actual rpm you are getting then you need a tacho,plenty available on HK website,but in all fairness rpm is almost immaterial,the wattmeter is the most important piece of kit for electric models.
The motor is 60A capable, so you should use an ESC of at least that size. Depending on use, prop, etc., you might get by with less. I'm flying this motor on a Turnigy Dlux 55-SBEC ESC with no problems - it's a limited run sailplane application. The Dlux 55 is rated for 65 amps in short bursts.
Two awesome equations a learned:
mah*c-rating/1000= AMPS OF BAT. (max)
Also just in case, for your motor max amps:
find the average between these two answers and there is your ESC! :)
The 530 Kv motor would be the most powerful as a 5S or 6S Lipo can be used. Bearing in mind the prop size would have to go down. Take a look at Castle Creations web site and there is a prop selection app that is quite comprehensive.
well the more power or volts you put on a motor the faster it goes so i think that if you put a 14.8 v on a 530kv motor it will probably bring up to a 7844rpm which will give high air current with 14*10 prop
nivus, i've gotten a couple of replies that say it can be done. The most reasonable one to me is to remove the grub screw and circlip, get a piece of wood thicker than the protruding shavt will be, drill ahole in the wood that is just larger in dia. than the shaft, hold the armature so the shaft will go into the hole, and using a vice, squeeze the wood,armature, and shaft, pressing the shaft into the hole and thus protruding out the opposite end. A small hammer could be used to drive the shaft ilnto the hole if a vice isn't available. Problem is, I don't see a flat spot for the grub screw to seat, so I might remove the shaft entirely as if I were replacing it with a spare before pressing it back in. Also, there isn't a circlip groove on the end, so leave enough protruding touse tehlock coller. I haven't received the motor yet, but as soon s I do, I'll attempt the switch, and report the results on this site.
530Kv on 3-4S? Gimme a break. Quite OK going up in cell count. Just prop down to ensure you don't exceed 800W. Efficiency will be higher on 5 S due to lower resistance losses.
2 thumbs up!
I installed this motor in my 2500g Senior Telemaster. Using a 3 cell Lipo it gave short takeoff and good solid performance with a 10x6. Not scintillating but good reliable solid climb etc at about 3/4 throttle. I'll be interested to see what happens when I up the power to a 4 cell. I'll be sure to let y'all know the result. Definately a big thumbs-up from me