I have three of these motors , what do you think about at 20/10 Prop ? Was going to run a three blade on my seafury but trying to keep my overall cost down on the spinner , seems like the range from these post are anywhere from 20 and above on 10 cells , 120 HV esc
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HXT 63-74 200kv Brushless Outrunner (Eq:5240)
I ordered this Motor, using the latest ratings as source for selecting this piece
for my Jodel Robin with 2,2m and around 9kg weight.This is a electrical " Rocket", absolutly great.Pushs a 20*10 Maro over 7000 rpm,thats about 10kg or 22lbs of thrust at 75Amps on 12S lipos.The motor gets warm, maybee 50 deg c, after 4 to 5 min full power..thats it.
Great Motor, great deal....keep on going !!
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Lipo: 9s2p 2200ma Hextronik (4s+5s Pack as 2P)
Speedcontroller: OEMRC Sentilon100A HV
Prop: 24x8 MenzS (wood)
Voltage under load: 31,4V (measured after 90s after starting the test)
Current: 60 A (at 80% throttle)
Pull: 9,1 Kg / 20,2 lb (measured with digital balance)
All Measurments at 80% of throttle (60 Amp's) because the current capacity of my shunt is only 60 Amp's.
I have Pull of 10,5-11 Kg (only very short measuring 2-3 seconds without current control) without shunt at full throttle.
A well made and very powerfull Outrunner !!!
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HXT 63-74 outrun
The 63-74 200kv is a very nice and very efficient engine, great sound! I fly the Taxi 2400 Graupner with. Here is may database with 6, 8 and 10S lipo (medium timing)
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I am thinking on mounting this brusless outrunner in a smaal electric scooter and the motor looks realy nice good bearing and thick wire from the motor! I recomande every one who buy this motor to buy the recomended esc on 100A whho you can see below the motor information.
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Looking for experienced advice
Hi guys, last 2 months I look for ESM Lavochkin la7, one of my favourite birds...
I have free eflite 110 motor, esc 120a HV, and 3 packs 10s 5000mah battery, it is free without any kit...
I guess it is little underpowered but want to now is it enough for safety flying, or thinking about gas engine?
All advices are welcome...
An e-flite 110 motor is not rated for 10s. Its an 8-9s motor. That LA-7 is an 80" plane and a little big for the 110. An e-flite 160 on 10s could fly it, but it'll be a bit sluggish. The flying weights ESM gives are always low. That plane will probably weight over 20 pounds when finished. You'd be better off using a 50cc gas or 50cc electric motor.
As far as running a 110 on 10s, sure it might do it ok when its not strained, but on a 20# plane that requires higher throttle to maintain flight the a lazy slow cub, you're gonna blow the motor and lose the aircraft.
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