Combo 90mm / 12 pales / 1750Kv (outrunner) / 6S / 459g
> 6S (22.2V) : 103A / 3.57kg / 2286W
> 6S (24.0V) : 117A / 4.01kg / 2808W
> 6S (25.2V) : 126A / 4.32kg / 3175W
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|Length (mm):||74.12mm (without motor / Cone)|
|Weight (gr):||459 gr|
|EDF thrust (categorization)||3-4kg, 4-5kg|
|EDF Diameter Class (mm):||90|
|EDF Outside Diameter (mm):||94.5 mm|
|EDF Inner Diameter (mm) :||90.5 mm|
|Rotor Diameter (mm):||90 mm|
|Turns/min/Volt (Kv):||1750 Kv|
|Motor Diameter (mm):||42.65 mm|
|Shaft diameter (mm):||5|
|Battery Cells:||6s - 22.2v|
|Working voltage (Volts/LiPo Cells):||22.2v / 6s|
100% CNC aluminium JP Hobby EDF unit (shroud and rotor) for 6s.
The motor and fan unit comes assembled and balanced from the factory.
Note: For a better motor heat dissipation, the manufacturer does not recommend the usage of the motor cone cover wiht the most powerful setups. If you decide to use it, please always make sure to check the motor temperature is not excessive after the first flights.
About the above measures : they have been read on the test bench with the intake lip on the unit. The measures have been made using a bench stabilized power source. Results may changed depening upon your equipment and situation.
|Description / LiPo||6s (22.2v)||6s (24.0v)||6s (25.2v)|
|Thrust:||3.57 kg||4.01 kg||4.32 kg|
|Current:||103 A||117 A||126 A|
|Power:||2286 W||2808 W||3175 W|
|Recommended ESC:||120 A / LV||150 A / LV||150 A / LV|
|Recommended battery:||3500mAh 40C||3500mAh 40C|| 3500mAh 40C
The controller should be chosen 20% over rated due to the long lasting load.
LV = low voltage controler up to 6s, HV = high voltage controler above 6s.
Battery should be chosen about 15/ - 1/20 of the max current for 4-3 minutes WOT. 30-40 C is appropriate.
Operating the motor outside of the specifications listed above can either damage the motor, battery or esc. It is important that these components are set up properly. Failure to do so can void the warranty. It is strongly encouraged to use a Watt Meter to test the watt and amp performance when setting up a new system. If the output is above the factory recommended specs, then it needs to be adjusted by the esc. The timing and throttle settings on the esc can help to set the appropriate levels.