Designed to be a direct swap out for your 25 size glow engine. This brushlessoutrunner will provide more power and with its high efficiency , long run times. A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with a 25 size glow engine.
Spec. Battery: 3~4 Cell /11.1~14.8V RPM: 710kv Max current: 44A Watts: 600w No load current: 11.1V/1.6A Internal resistance: 0.045 ohm Weight: 185g Diameter of shaft: 5mm Dimensions: 35x53mm
Both could be changed. But prop changing needs to be checked for amp draw within the motors specs. Look on the planes page and look or ask for recommendations. But I dont see why this wouldnt be a screamer in a hk t28
Wow this motor is 17mm larger than a 3536 1450kv and produces 4x more efficient thrust at the same amp draw. Probably too large for an efficent set up on 2s. What size planes and batterie combos people using? I have the tgy 3536 1450kv and like its performance 2~4s. Tried 5s good amount of runs on and off throttle but ran really hot. My plane is 52" Length with a 47" wingspan simple 2 servo design 1 middle mount for front wing ailerons and the other for horizontal stabilizer. Wing has a 8" cord thereby assuming 8x47"= 376" ^2 wing area. Have tried 2s2p zippy flightmax 45c kick as$ lipo. Made my own parellel adapter was thinking weight was low. Good friend told me 15-20% of cord is where you want cg. Is he right? Ran ok seems like i could throw 8000mah 2s or 5000mah 4s
This motor has considerable amount of power. 3s and 4s atleast 2000 mah would be a start depending on what model. Smaller model/wing span/wing area smaller capacity and if its a larger model you'll want more capacity for its power need/draw. Model size is a contributing factor when making battery selection.
Usually motor testing is done with a constant voltage power supply. This eliminates the need for shuffling batteries back to charger and gives consistent data. Here I would assume the technician sets the power supply to 14.8 volts.
And after making it off the production line for the first time the design is checked for power and efficiency with a regular lipo setup before hitting the market so obviously its compatible with a fully charged 4s. All the motors for 4s on hk give compatibility with the nominal 14.8v
I just bought this motor and a new esc. The esc has different timing for different motors according to number of poles the motor has. Does this motor have more than 2 poles? The esc calls for more advanced time for 4, 6 etc poles. there was no submit button for ask a question so I just replied to your post..
Those 12 windings are indeed poles. I'm clueless on esc settings as my 12 pole shows no visual or audible difference in performance when changing settings. I did just read tho on a Med setting a Guy had 14% more thrust than low setting and less amp draw. For outrunners I've read to advance timing but by how much is uncertain. A Watt meter and thrust test would prove to be the best answer for performance. And I just thought this. With an outrunner you usually have a good number of poles and magnets. Unlike an inrunner with 2 or 4 poles with the same diameter the pole on outrunners are generally closet to a magnet and can afford to advance the ignition point and push the rotor while still being effectively in range and not just pushing a dead spot in-between magnets.
Never attempt to run a loose attachment it will obviously fail an unbalance things in the process
I bought this as a replacement for my Parkzone BF109. It fit perfectly and I matched it with a TURNIGY TRUST 55A SBEC Brushless Speed Controler. I haven't flown it yet but here are the bench test stats:
Output 50pcnt Output 100pcnt
Watts Amps Watts Amps
80.4 7 331 31.3
Should be a monster!
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This product replaced the stock motor in my PZ P47D. I also put a 60 amp esc and a 10x10 APC E propeller. Let me tell you, this thing moves! I am also using a Zippy 2200 4 cell 40C battery. The number are: 34 amps 522 watts @ 16.56 volts. This is giving me a top speed of around 83 mph (gear down) and with the gears up should be in the ball park of 94 mph. Vertical is endless! I also use the factory 3 cell 2200's (25C) and the flight is very nice. My only complaint is that it doesn't come with the banana plugs, not even loose in package for you to solder them on yourself. BUT for the price, I can get 2, buy the plugs, solder it for the price of the Eflite.