|Oct 01, 2012, 01:49 PM|
Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 5065-275kv Mtr Queston
Any one have experience with this motor? Why is it so long? It has the numbers I am looking for but why are the dementions so strange. I thought at first it might have a gear drive up front.
Voltage: 6~10S Lipoly
Internal resistance: 0.017 Ohm
Max Loading: 65A
Max Power: 2050W
Shaft Dia: 6.0mm
Bolt holes: 25mm
Bolt thread: M4
Motor Plug: 4.0mm Bullet Connector
|Oct 02, 2012, 08:53 PM|
I trust that it is exceptionally well trued and balanced, and has superior bearings.. otherwise it will have issues with that long moment arm from prop to mount (especially if you use the radial adapter). Fixing it behind a firewall with a collet adapter on the exposed shaft would allow for better balance... but even so I'd be wary of it.
|Oct 03, 2012, 07:53 AM|
USA, ME, Ellsworth
Joined May 2008
Is that motor made with two stators joined back to back or in line on a common shaft? Or is is just one extra long stator? It is a little hard to figure out the details there.
The dimensions show the can as 49mm O.D. x 58mm long, that is a little out of the ordinary for sure.
That motor cries out to be taken apart...
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