Originally Posted by jtaylor996
No, you'll burn the motor up (eventually). That pulls 50+ amps. This is even correcting for the fact that the hobby lobby 11" is really 10.875".
You could try it, but the point of checking this stuff out to make sure you're not over the stated limits of your equipment.
You could try a motor rated for higher current, but you'll just end up at with no decent run times. You could pitch the prop back, but once you go away from 10" on the HL prop you have to break the locking tabs off, and just trust friction to hold the pitch into place (so: not good).
Like I said before, I use the APC 11x9x4 prop, cut down to 10". This works well for me and my 870kv motor.
Only at the stock 10 inch pitch. you can bring the pitch back and get it below 40a and that works just fine, thats how I did it. Its variable prop so use it to your advantage and dial in as much as you need.
Just dont be tempted to pop the prop on stock and spin it up as it will draw 50 ish amps and the motor wont take that for long.