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Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6364-245kv Brushless Outrunner Motor

Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6364-245kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6364-245kv Brushless Outrunner Motor

Turnigy SK3 Motors are the next leap forward in motor quality and design. We instructed the engineers to source the best quality magnets, bearings and materials available to them and develop a motor that would not only rival, but surpass the quality of many leading motor manufacturers on the market today.

The result is an efficient, high caliber motor using quality double shielded bearings, sintered Neodymium magnets and a string wound stator ensuring an accurate and consistent winding each and every time.

The Turnigy SK3 motors are suited to modelers who are seeking a quality brushless motor without compromise.

Turns: 14T
Voltage: 10S Lipoly
RPM/V: 245kv
Internal resistance: 0.018 Ohm
Max Loading: 70A
Max Power: 2700W
Shaft Dia: 8.0mm
Bolt holes: 32mm
Bolt thread: M4
Weight: 718g
Motor Plug: 4mm Bullet Connector

PRODUCT ID: SK3-6364-245

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Kv(rpm/v) 245
Weight (g) 718
Max Current(A) 70
Resistance(mh) 0
Max Voltage(V) 37
Power(W) 2700
Shaft A (mm) 8
Length B (mm) 72
Diameter C (mm) 59
Can Length (mm) 52
Total Length E (mm) 103
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  • Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 63-XX Spare Accessory Pack

    Combo Price: $6.26   IN STOCK

  • Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 6364 Series Replacement Shaft Set

    Combo Price: $4.85   IN STOCK

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Total of 21 discussions.
Guus  3 points - 1/16/2015
Attention HK editorial, Pictures of the sparkcontrole and Turnigy LiPo charger where mistakably placed in this chapter. Please could remove them. Four pictures from my remark concerning sparkcontrole and one from my remark conserning the connection between batterie minus and minus pins in balance ports.
Guus  3 points - 1/4/2015
Answer: Question about the ECS settings for a Turnigy 6465 245 kV powered by a Turnigy Dlux ECS 120 A. The manufacture Turnigy didn’*t respond to our question for information but Ian from your the Hobbyking support team gave us a link to a very good article about the technical background of a ECS. Hopefully Turnigy will react also. In general the answer to our question is: Brushless outrunners with high inductance (16T) and low kV prefers a low switching frequency. The best frequency for this combination is 8 kHz regardless the fact that it’*s a 14 pole outrunner.
 Flyboy01 5 points
Hello, I'm planning to use this motor on a 230 cm Zlin 526 AFS. Can you tell me what amps you were pulling on different props using the 10 S lipo. Would be great if i could use a 21*11 wooden prop I own. Groetjes uit België*. Bart
 Guus 3 points
Hello Flyboy. APC 20x10 is to heavy. We measured 82 amps with 10 S. We measured 6950 rev/minute. On ground level the motor falls out of sync during takeoff. We use now use APC 19 x 8.
Guus  3 points - 12/15/2014
Technical question: Configuration, brushless out runner Turnigy 6362 245kv ECS Turnigy Dlux 120 A, LiPo 10 S 5000 mAh 30 C and prop APC 20 x 13 E. Timing, max, switching frequency 8 kHz. Problem: During acceleration nearly or just before maximum revolutions the motor looses power. You hear a sound as if the motor falls out of synchronisation. Investigation of the motor internal gave no results. Motor construction is undamaged. We changed to APC 20x 10 and the problem is nearly over. Question Is the APC 20 x 13 to heavy for this configuration or are the settings of the ECS possibly the problem??
Douglas  1 points - 9/21/2014
Is there a manual for this motor? Have HobbyKing 100A ESC and 19X8 XOAR prop. Need to know about firewall mount and if the shaft can be replaced with a shorter one - or just drill a hole in the firewall... can you use a 6s 5000 battery?
trustworthysales  5 points - 8/18/2014
You could use a sentilon100A HV esc. It can take from 5-12s lipo.
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Good motor. My Saab Safir scale 1/4. Weight 7s (5000mAh) lipos = 8.12kg Prop: 20 x 12" And 20 x10". Max thrust:7.5kg. 5900 rpm. Motor big bearings is good.

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Sehr guter Motor. In einer Sebart Katana 120 S betrieben: 8S 4000 mAh, LS XOAR 20x10, Strom 77 Ampere, Drehzahl 6800 U/min. Gemessen mit vollem Akku. Leistung mehr als ausreichend, habe LS auf 19x10 reduziert. Temperatur Motor nach Landung um die 50 Grad Celsius. Regler uebrigens Turnigy Sentilon 100 A (V4), Timing high ist Pflicht, kann selbst bei Ansprechverzoegerung "normal" kein Sync-Verlust beim Motor gasgeben feststellen. Habe zunaechst aus Sicherheitsgruenden die Ansprechverzoegerung auf "verry slow" gestellt, damit ist aber kein sicheres tourquen in Bodennaehe moeglich. Habe am Sender lediglich auf dem Gas eine Verzoegerung von 0,5 Sec beim Gasgeben programmiert. Fliege mit leicht erhöhtem Standgas, so dass der Motor auch bei Drosselstellung immer leicht dreht... Bringt LEICHTE Luftschrauben an, es lohnt sich !

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Mounted mine on a 5,8 kilos BH Pitts with 2 x 4 S LiPo 5000 Turnigy 40 C (33,5 Volts fully charged) APC 19 x 12 light electric prop YEP 120 ESC Turnigy 5/7 Amps UBEC 6 digital 42g servo Max power 1967 Watts @ 66,15 Amps and 6600 grams static thrust No vibrations at all, motor and Lipos batteries are warm after a 10 minutes acrobatic flight, esc is cold, plane is clean and pilot is happy ! Recommended motor See attached file

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