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Turnigy RotoMax 150cc Size Brushless Outrunner Motor

Turnigy RotoMax 150cc Size Brushless Outrunner Motor
Turnigy RotoMax 150cc Size Brushless Outrunner Motor

Upgrade your 150cc size gas engine model with the Turnigy RotoMax 150cc Brushless outrunner motor. This motor will provide clean and efficient power for your large scale aircraft without the mess and hassle of fuel.

When combined with a 14s Lipoly battery and a 250Amp ESC the RotoMax motor will supply punchy, responsive power that only an electric setup can provide.

This motor is specifically suited for carbon fiber & wooden propellers and features an IC style 6 bolt hole design. The shaft has also been tapped to suit a 5mm bolt to make fitting a spinner of your choice easy.

Battery: 14 Cell / 51.8V
RPM: 150kv
Max current: 190A
Watts: 9800w
No load current: 51.8V/5.2A
Internal resistance: 0.011 ohm
Weight: 2530g
Diameter of shaft: 10mm
Winding: 8T
Stator Pole: 24
Motor Pole: 20
Stator Diameter: 101
Lamination Tickness: 0.2mm
Suggested ESC: 250A 14S Compatible

PRODUCT ID: 9192000071

Kv(rpm/v) 150
Weight (g) 2530
Max Current(A) 190
Resistance(mh) 0
Max Voltage(V) 52
Power(W) 9800
Shaft A (mm) 10
Length B (mm) 91
Diameter C (mm) 110
Can Length (mm) 65
Total Length E (mm) 160
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Total of 155 discussions.
Natalia  28 points - 1/16/2016
Natalia  28 points - 1/16/2016
My post for those people who belive, that Roror Max can CONTINUOUSLY work with workload about 10 Kvt. No, it cant. I made electric paramotor with that engine and I can tell you what it can... You can get only 5 Kvt continuously with this motor, or 7 Kvt with special air cooling addition (you can see it on video). If load is aboute 10 Kvt this motor will overheat in 10 min. I am sorry.
 Ben 1 points
Hi Nat***a, my name is Ben based in Austr***a, I am also a parag**ding pilot, however i"am building a bio submarine and **ke you I'm spinning quite a big weight, my prop is 20cm diameter 500g. I'd really appreciate some tech help please. My email is benclarkwa*gmail**** Have a amazing day thanks Ben:):)
aerocamera  5 points - 1/8/2016
Hi, which is teh indicated propeller and also the max airplane weight for such electric motor? Thanks!
connor  2 points - 1/7/2016
can someone give me a good reason why i shouldn't mount this in my kayak with a life setup or lipo im not good with the electronics side of things yet but would this motor have enough thrust in water to swing a small trolling motor prop.
 Ben 1 points
It would certainly make enough power... rated * 9.8 KW = over 12,5 horse power... And i just saw a guy run 15KW into one of these for a short period of time. "im not good with the electronics" that might be an issue... I'm really good with electronics and i'm not sure i'd trust myself to set up that side of things on a watercraft... maybe run voltage around 24v to reduce risk of stuff shorting out and aim for 5kw produced at the motor? Even if you do a great job of it, probably wouldn't be a good idea to go anywhere near salt water.
Rik  1 points - 1/5/2016
Hi, I'm working on a large scale multi rotor drone design and I'm interested in using this bad boy. but before I'm going to spend large sums of money I need to have a complete design and for that I need to know the outer dimensions of this motor and the positions of the mounting holes. So far I havent been able to find anything on the internet. Can some one provide me with a sketch with these measurements? preferably in metric but I'l take anything.
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Overall Rating1/1/2016
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Ive got it in a pilatus turbo Porter wit 3,37m Wingspan and 15S and a 27x10 Prop at about 195A Its good to get any glider in the air

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