If you are using the standard GWS 30mm housing, only the 1015 motor will fit as it's 10mm diameter.
All the other inrunners are 12mm.
You can safely run the 11000Kv 1015 on 2S if you modify this rotor to 3-blades and balance it up afterwards.
I would like to do an experiment and use this impeller and the cane it sits in for a jet drive powered boat. Is it possible to use this in water hooked to a shaft without it braking under the pressure?
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It weights 0.65g, and the shafthole fits tightly a 1mm shaft.
Cannot find any difference between this impeller and the one installed on 30-50-9000 EDF30 with 9000kv Motor Assembled (looks like this is an exact replacement for EDF30 impeller)
... (Now, some crazy speculation, just to daydream): Since the central hub is 11.6mm wide, and the shafthole is 1mm, this impeller could pair with the 10mm wide: D1000-7700 hexTronik 2 gram Brushless Outrunner 7700kv ...to beat the 10.1g of AEORC EDF30, although at a lower power level (we need an ultralightweight EDF case).
I used this with the GWS EDF30 and the Turnigy 1015 11000kv inrunner. The impeller connects to the shaft of the motor by friction. On 1s it is able to retain however on 2s it flies off and hence you may need CA to secure it. Furthermore on 2s with the motor aforementioned you can cut half the blades off to reduce the load and heating. Cheers.
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Wasn't expecting much from such a small thing, but it seems to pair great with the shroud. A 1mm shaft pager type motor produces excellent results for what that is, on 4xNi-Cd batteries. Impeller snugly fits and displays no looseness after a few reseats on different motors. No problems or issues.
The impeller is well built and rigid, but you should have a prop reamer on hand because if you insert the 1mm shaft, the hole can become even more off centered. Only 3 of the 5 i ordered were decently centered.