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Old 12-23-2008, 03:34 AM
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Default 1000-1100 Watt Outrunner motor

This is a prototype motor that I used in my 58" Extremeflight Extra and 55" 3D Hobby Shop Extra. Pulls it like a champ on 5S and on top charge puts right at 1100 watts to the motor.

Comes with radial setup as you see it. Great condition.

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$85.00
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Old 01-01-2009, 02:32 PM
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Mike, Who made this prototype motor? What size/thread are the motor mount holes and mounting pattern? About what size glow engine would you say this is equivalent to? Sorry for all the questions and thanks. Gino
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Old 01-01-2009, 03:35 PM
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Gino,
Who made this prototype motor?
A: The same factory that made the Torque Motors.

What size/thread are the motor mount holes and mounting pattern?
A: The X mount doesnt have a pattern or thread. It is made to fit against the firewall and bolt to it either using wood screws, or better yet blind nuts and bolts. (See photo below)

About what size glow engine would you say this is equivalent to?
A: I think it is somewhere between a 46-52. I might have a video somewhere showing the performance. The HP>Watt is 1hp>746w so this motor is right at 1.5 horsepower.



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Old 01-01-2009, 03:49 PM
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Sorry Mike, 2 more questions. The pic shows 4014T/570. Is 570 the kV? What size prop were you using? Do you think a 4S batt would be OK? Your first pic shows a green front, the second pic is reddish, I'm confused. Thanks again!
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Originally Posted by trmcrft View Post
Sorry Mike, 2 more questions. The pic shows 4014T/570. Is 570 the kV? What size prop were you using? Do you think a 4S batt would be OK? Your first pic shows a green front, the second pic is reddish, I'm confused. Thanks again!
I was hoping that wouldnt confuse anyone

The photo is of a Torque Revolution 4014T/540. This motor is an exact replica of the revolution. I used that photo for illustration purposes.

This "Goblin" (as I have affectionately come to call it) has the same KV and diameter of the torque.

I ran it on a 5S and 15X7 APC E prop for 1100 watts @ 58 amps. For a 4S to work, you'll have to be able to swing at least a 16X8.
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Dam Mike! That won't work. Need a motor for an odd ball Mini Diablotin(51" w/s, 3.5 lbs)3D plane. The prop length will be too much for ground operations. Thanks for all the info! Gino
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Old 01-01-2009, 07:24 PM
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Originally Posted by trmcrft View Post
Dam Mike! That won't work. Need a motor for an odd ball Mini Diablotin(51" w/s, 3.5 lbs)3D plane. The prop length will be too much for ground operations. Thanks for all the info! Gino
I know the plane you are talking about and your right, it wont work. Too much motor for it.

No problem

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You're the only one that knows about this plane I guess. I got questions on it all over with no replys as to what motor it needs. I was given 2 of them and would like to give em a try. Thanks much Mike!
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New insanely stupid price..
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That is an awesome price, Mike! I wish I had some monster to put it in......
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