If these are suppose to be fitted on the 1811-2900kv motor, remember to buy a 5/64" / 1.9844mm drill bit first. Trying to fit these right out of the bag, you will either brake the motor,the PCB motormount and/or fu** up you fingers trying to press it on. If you get it on, like I did, you hear a SNAP!, and the prop brakes around the shaft. There is a reason why these are cheap!
They look a bit little for a 660mm quadcopter .. as well these have 2mm hole ... you can eventually drill to 3mm ... but I will not make any bigger this hole, else it will be at risk of self destruction once it is at high RPM
NO, IT IS NOT POSSIBLE !
Max 3mm hole ... stock is 1.8mm ... if you make a bigger hole there is not enough plastic for keep the two "blade" connected to the center.
Why people reply if they don't know what they are speaking about ... these are 20cent stolen, and a wrong answer that could have miss leaded somebody
This one are great, in my opinion, for small quads. I am using it myself. quad itself is build on the very limit of everything, but flyes great. Small hextronic 3000kV motors with 18amps plush, these props and 3S 3000mAmps battery. Flight time is 12-15 minutes. Able to lift a gopro too (total take off weight is 850g), but flight time then is 8 minutes and motors and escs are hot. Regards
how do i fix 5030 Propellers to Turnigy 1811 brushless Outrunner 2900kv..the supplied propeller adapter is too big.
in the turnigy micto quad the pictures show they have fixed without prop adapter how do i do it?
You have to drill the propeler hole a little bit. I use a drill with a 1,9mm diameter and press the propeler on the shaft. Its a tight fit. If you are from the US, I think there you have a 1,93mm (convert to inches) drill, that should be good.
I don't understand. The propelers come with the hole diameter 1,8mm. Your motor shaft diameter is 2mm. You have to drill the propeler hole to 1,9mm, so you can press fit the propeler to the shaft. Check the video tab.
Got those and the red ones. Turned out to be nicely balanced and they add nearly no vibrations attached to a small motor. One blade is slightly unbalanced though or maybe the center whole is not perfectly in the center.
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Ordered these and the red sets , both are the same , badly balanced with a hole too small to be push fit using any 2mm shaft with out using a vice to force on, 3 of my black and 2 of my red also have warped blades.
Considering these are touted for the turnigy motors on the turnigy quad they are pretty poor quality.
Total waste of money , i will stick to the Gemfan or GWS 5x3x3.