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Sep 05, 2008, 10:14 PM
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Scorpion Motors for Park Jets Now Available!!

Hello everyone!

It has been a while since I posted anything in the Pusher Jet section! I used to live over in this thread, posting photos of all my Park Jet builds, but ever since I started Innov8tive Designs, and began distributing the Scorpion Motors and ESC's, I have very if any time to build anymore!

I would like to introduce two new motors that I had Scorpion make for us Pusher Jet guys! As you know, the Scorpion 2212 and 2215 motors put out gobs of power, but they need a 9 or 10 inch prop to do so. Many of you have been asking for a good motor that would perform well on a 6 or 7 inch prop. Well, the wait is over! I just took delivery of two new motors a couple days ago. The first motor is the Scorpion 2212-1920, and here is a photo of it.

As the model number suggests, this motor has a KV of 1920, and really turns up on a 3-cell Li-Po pack. This motor is good for about 250 watts of power, and runs very well on a 6 or 7 inch prop. With an APC 6x4E it will pull 18 amps on 3 Li-Po cells, and produce 24 ounces of thrust with a pitch speed of almost 70 MPH! With an APC 7x4 Sport prop, it will pull 25 amps while generating 36 ounces of thrust with a pitch speed of 63 MPH.

This motor would rock in any of Steve Shumates 100% ParkJet models such as the F-15, F-18, F-22, T-38 and others. This motor would also work exceptionally well in one of the mid-engine profile pusher jets such as the Yardbird MIG-29, YB-22 or new F-18 that require a smaller prop.

If you have a small hot-liner or club pylon plane that is limited to a 2212 size motor, this little gem would be perfect. If you have a need for speed, you can also run this motor on 4 Li-Po cells with a smaller prop such as the APC 4.75x4.75 or 5x5. On 4 cells, you can get to 300 watts of power, with pitch speeds exceeding 110 MPH!

For complete information on this motor, check out the Scorpion 2212-1920 Motor on our website. To view the power data for this motor, check out the 2212-1920 Prop Chart.

For those that are interested in a bit more power, the new Scorpion 2215-1860 is just what the doctor ordered! This motor can hit the 350 to 400 wat power range, and can send your ParkJet into ballistic territory! In my testing, I found that the APC 7x5 Sport prop worked exceptionally well on 3 Li-Po cells. With this combination I got a current draw of 27.1 amps and 37.5 ounces of thrust, with a pitch speed of 76 MPH at 16,100 RPM. Here is a photo of it.

On 4 cells, this thing really scoots with an APC 5.25x4.75 prop. I was pulling 23.4 amps for 327 watts of power, and got 25.5 ounces of thrust at 22,575 RPM with a pitch speed of over 100 MPH!

With the 6x4E prop I pulled 27.1 amps for 380 watts of power, and got 36.6 ounces of thrust at 22,050 RPM with a pitch speed of 83 MPH. This would be enough power for even a 125% or 133% plane, so a 100% would be insane!

Just for kicks I put an APC 7x4 Sport prop on it and ran it at 14 volts to simulate 4 Li-Po cells. I got 20,500 RPM with a current draw of 37.8 amps for 529 watts of power! The static thrust was measured at 54.8 ounces with a pitch speed of 77 MPH. OMG! 3-1/2 pounds of thrust from a 2-1/4 ounce motor! Yes, it did get pretty warm, and I would not recommend doing this yourself, but that just goes to show how much power is under the hood of this beast!

For complete information on this motor, check out the Scorpion 2215-1860 Motor on our website, and to see all the prop combinations that I tested, check out the 2215-1860 Prop Chart.

I will have to put together another plane just to try one of these motors out for myself! That is it for now. I will talk to you all later!

Lucien Miller

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Sep 05, 2008, 10:29 PM
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Excellent-looking motors, Lucien! The 2212-1920 seems especially versatile, given the ability to use from 5" to 7" props and the resulting performance. That'll allow this motor to appeal to a wide variety of folks and models. Looks like a great value, too, given all the hardware that comes with it for that price.

Thanks for remembering us park jetters!

Sep 06, 2008, 04:05 PM
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Do you have any motors around the 3400kv range? Something comparable to the mega 16/20/2?

Sep 06, 2008, 08:01 PM
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The HK series helicopter motors have Kv's in the 2500 to 4400 range depending on the model. Many people are using these motors for fast planes.

Sep 08, 2008, 09:59 AM
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Sep 11, 2008, 01:33 AM
wow. would they be available in Hong Kong yet? i need to get 1 to try. steve, which would u say is better for your parkjets? i have build ur F15,F18,T-38, Super Bandit! i need these to shoot like a rocket!
Sep 12, 2008, 06:54 PM
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Mike Triebe and I are going to be trying the 2212 out on a few of the tomhe and jtechlaser park jets. I'll see if we can get some video as well.

Sep 12, 2008, 07:06 PM
i want that motor.....

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