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hexTronik 24gram Brushless Outrunner 1300kv

hexTronik 24gram Brushless Outrunner 1300kv

HexTronik 24gram Brushless Outrunner 1300kv


Specs:
Kv: 1300rpm/v
Max Load:  7.5A
No Load Current: 0.7A
Suggested Lipo: 3 cell 11.1v
Thrust: 400g+
Suggested Prop: 8x3.8
Weight: 20g

*Motor comes with prop saver and mount.

*Please note. This motor may come in Silver OR Blue.

 



PRODUCT ID: HXM2730-1300

Kv(rpm/v) 1300
Weight (g) 20
Max Current(A) 7.5
Resistance(mh) 0
Max Voltage(V) 11
Power(W) 0
Shaft A (mm) -
Length B (mm) 30
Diameter C (mm) 27
Can Length (mm) 7
Total Length E (mm) 42
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Price HKD75.66

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Total of 185 discussions.
chris  2 points - 11/17/2014
 
Can RD 8043 (203x109) prop fit this?
 Richard 379 points
I would stay away from these unless your sure you need them. They are very fragile . The DD 8040 or DD 8060 will fit the prop saver just fine. They work alot better on that motor.
Thomas  2 points - 11/17/2014
 
Epic thanks for the answer. placing my parts order for the swappable now. (Y)
 Rustler8 29 points
Ive used this motor on the swappables. the only problem that I had was that I got the CG wrong, and put the battery too far forward. the minute it took off from my hand it did a graceful dive :) into the cement. it destroyed the pod. oh well. they're easy to make.
Thomas  2 points - 11/15/2014
 
love the support here thanks! just getting into the hobby again local park not too big but i was hoping to learn on the swappable series then build some mighty minis. would this motor not be adequate for the minis?(im cheap and want something interchangeable.) FT recommended a quad rotor style one with a higher K/V but smaller prop for the minis. Big thanks to Flite test for getting me back into an epic hobby!
 MTL_Greg 127 points
Hi Thomas, the whole Flite Test community is built with people who want the hobby to grow. And hobbyking plays a key role by making most bits available and affordable. Regarding the mighty minis, I don't recommend you share much between your flyer/delta and your minis. Minis like 5g servos, flyer and delta prefer 9g servos. Minis like 1806 outrunners with 2300 kv with a gemfan 5x3 prop. Flyer and delta prefer a 1300kv with more torque like the 24g and larger 8x4 props. Minis only need a 6A or 10A ESC. And you should solder the motor wires directly to the esc to avoid the weight of bullet connectors. Etc... To build you mini Scout, put $30 aside for a 1806 motor, a 10a Plush ESC and two HXT500 servos. Don't cannibalize your Delta!
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Thomas  2 points - 11/15/2014
 
ok so keep everything else the same prop ESC motor just use a 1300 mah? recommended cell number?
 MTL_Greg 127 points
The FT Flyer and FT-Delta work best with lighter batteries in my humble opinion. A rhino 610 3s works fantastic in both planes. I feel like they get too heavy with a 1300 which forces you to carry more speed all the time. With a 3s 610 or similar, you can slow down and you get the same top speed with better climbing. A 2S 500 to 800 is ok on FT Flyer but you will quickly want to gaduate to 3s. I find 2s doesn't suit the FT-Delta very well, stick with 3S on the Delta. Added bonus of using 3S 600 packs: they are perfect for the new Mighty Minis too!
 MTL_Greg 127 points
A Plush 18 Esc is overkill but excellent quality. Get a bag of 2mm M/F bullet connectors for motor-esc hookup, plus 3mm shrink tubing. You will need red JST pigtails to connect ESC to small batteries (500-800mAh range). Get a fet different props 8x4, 8x6, 9x4 to experiment. They all work! Find your preference.
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Thomas  2 points - 11/15/2014
 
planning on using a 3cell 500mah 20c lipo and Hobbyking SS Series 18-20A ESC with this motor swinging a TP Slow Fly propeller 8x3.8 planning on using this as a swappable power pod for the FT swappable series. tried looking through the amp conversion chart and im confused can anyone help. Thanks.
 Richard 379 points
This is the motor FT recommends and uses in the videos on the Flyer and the Delta. A GWS 8040DD works very well. 500mah might not be heavy enough to get the CG right. Ours were all the way forward on the flyer with a 1300, and all the way back on the Delta with a 1300.
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Paul Bakos
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96 thumbs up!
These are great little motors for the price. I bought one and then got two more. I use them on home made foamie planes from 8 - 16 ounces. They will take most of my foamies unlimited verticle. I use 2 and 3 cell lipos from 350-1500 mah and props from 8x4 to 10x4.7 on them. Here is some data. UH BLUE Wonder 1300Kv
Prop size= amps / thrust in ounces
2S
8040= 3.3 / 8.2
9050= 4.9 / 10.8
9047= 5.3 / 10.9
1047= 6.5 / 11.5
3s
7035= 4.2 / 9.5
8040= 5 / 13
7060= 6.3 / 11.3
9050= 6.6 / 14.6
9047= 7.6 / 15

I also got a 1500 kv one to try out.


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Paul Bakos
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Propeller data for 3 cell Lipo batteries:
The GWS EP 9050 produces about 18 ounces of thrust at 9 amps with a pitch speed of 34 mph. This is my favorite prop on this motor.
The APC 9x6E produces about 17 ounces of thrust at 10 amps with a pitch speed of 36 mph.
The APC 9x3.8SF produces about 18 ounces of thrust at 9.5 amps with a pitch speed of 25 mph.
The APC 8x3.8SF produces about 15 ounces of thrust at 8 amps with a pitch speed of 29 mph.
The GWS EP 8040 produces about 15 ounces of thrust at 6 amps with a pitch speed of 34 mph.
The GWS EP 8060 produces about 14 ounces of thrust at 8.5 amps with a pitch speed of 39 mph.
The MA 7x4 3-blade produces about 10 ounces of thrust at 7.5 amps with a pitch speed of 36 mph.

Propeller data for 2 cell Lipo batteries:
The GWS EP1060 produces about 12 ounces of thrust at 6.5 amps with a pitch speed of 28 mph.
The APC 9x6E produces about 11 ounces of thrust at 6 amps with a pitch speed of 29 mph.
The APC 10x3.8SF produces about 12 ounces of thrust at 6.5 amps with a pitch speed of 17 mph.


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Donald Bond
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24 thumbs up!
Great bargain, high efficiency, great for little foamies!

8x4, 7v, 3a, 6350rpm, 6.6oz, 24mph
8x4, 10v, 5.1a, 8205rpm, 11.2oz, 31mph
9x5, 7v, 4.7a, 5361rpm, 8.9oz, 26mph
9x5, 10v, 7.2a, 6905rpm, 15oz, 33mph
10x6, 7v, 5.7a, 4675rpm, 9.4oz, 27mph


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Dave Plumpe
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19 thumbs up!
I measured resistance, no-load current and Kv to get data to plug into Motocalc.

Resistance, R = 0.319 ohms
No-load Current, Io = 0.22 amps at 6 volts, 0.30A at 9V
Motor Constant, Kv = 1079 rpm/volt

These data differ a bit from the 1300Kv and 0.5A listed in the ad, but this is what my motor measures, cold.

One excellent little motor, both in performance and build quality. As others have noted be careful about bending the wires where they exit the windings. Mine came as shown, without connectors or hardware.


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David Barrow
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16 thumbs up!
These are great little motors for the price. I bought one and then got two more. I use them on home made foamie planes from 8 - 16 ounces. They will take most of my foamies unlimited verticle. I use 2 and 3 cell lipos from 350-1500 mah and props from 8x4 to 10x4.7 on them. Here is some data. UH BLUE Wonder 1300Kv
Prop size= amps / thrust in ounces
2S
8040= 3.3 / 8.2
9050= 4.9 / 10.8
9047= 5.3 / 10.9
1047= 6.5 / 11.5
3s
7035= 4.2 / 9.5
8040= 5 / 13
7060= 6.3 / 11.3
9050= 6.6 / 14.6
9047= 7.6 / 15

I also got a 1500 kv one to try out.


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