Item #: EFLM1150
UPC: 605482775486
Retail: $59.99
Price: $37.99
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    Ideal for 3D models 6-9 ounces and sport and scale models 8-12 ounces, or models requiring up to 85 watts of power.

    Brushless Outrunner
    180-280 replacement
    Bearins or Brushings
    Ball Bearings
    Recommended Prop Range
    6x5 to 8x3.8 (3 cells) or up to 10x3.8 (2 cells) slow flyer
    RPM/Volt (Kv)
    0.33 ohms
    Idle Current
    0.40A at 8V
    Shaft Diameter
    0.125 in (3.17mm)
    Overall Length
    0.90 in (22mm)
    24g (0.8 oz)
    Overall Diameter
    1.10 in (28mm)
    Continuous Current
    Maximum Burst Current
    9A for 15 seconds
    2-3S LiPoly or 6-10 NiCad/NiMh
    Speed Control
    8-10A Brushless

    Needed to Complete
    8-10A Brushless ESC
    6x5 to 8x3.8 (3 cells) or up to 10x3.8 (2 cells) slow flyer
    2-3S LiPoly or 6-10 NiCad/NiMh



    Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:

    Good Motor

    I use this motor as a weapon motor in my antweights. It is a good motor, but it is almost impossible to move the shaft to stick out the front unless you have a press. Also, the e-clips are hard to remove if you don't have extremely small snap ring pliers. I plan on switching my antweights over to a different weapon motors, because I want more torque and would prefer an inrunner. Also, take it easy on the wires coming out of the motor. They aren't exactly fragile, but if the glue breaks they can move around and lose connection. One of the wires recently broke off on one of mine and it fell out of the casing. I probably bent the wires too much so that they would fit in the robot. Also, it gets pretty hot, so plan to leave some room around it, and maybe even have holes in the armor so it can get some fresh air, if you're using it for a combat robot.