Item #: EFLM4015A
UPC: 605482774687
Retail: $82.99
Price: $64.99
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    The Power 15 is designed to deliver clean and quiet power for 15-size sport and scale airplanes weighing 36-56 ounces, 3D airplanes 32-40 ounces, or models requiring up to 425 watts of power.

    Type
    Brushless Outrunner
    Size
    15-size
    Bearins or Brushings
    Ball Bearings
    Recommended Prop Range
    10x6 to 13x6.5
    Voltage
    7.4-14.4
    RPM/Volt (Kv)
    950
    Resistance
    0.03 ohms
    Idle Current
    2.0A at 10V
    Shaft Diameter
    0.20 in (5mm)
    Overall Length
    1.90 in (55mm)
    Weight
    152g (5.4 oz)
    Overall Diameter
    1.40 in (35mm)
    Continuous Current
    34A
    Maximum Burst Current
    42A for 15 seconds
    Cells
    3-4S LiPoly or 8-12 NiCad/NiMh
    Speed Control
    40-45A Brushless

    Needed to Complete
    40-45A Brushless
    3-4S LiPoly or 8-12 NiCad/NiMh
    10x6 to 13x6.5 Electric Prop

    0-EFLM4015A

    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:

    Rating:
    Pros:
    Cons:
    This motor is ridiculously powerful. I used it in my beetleweight robot Misdirected Aggression to spin an 8.25" long 13oz Chromoly bar at 1:1 off of a 3s LiPo for a final speed of around 10,000 RPM. Spin up time was nearly instantaneous and the weapon was able to rip chunks off of other robots and hardly slow down at all, going as far as warping 1/16" Titanium. The force of the impacts were enough to throw my bot all the way across the 16x16 arena. This motor could probably also be used for a decent weapon in a 12 pound robot with significantly more gear reduction. For a three pound bot however, it is far more than enough.

    Rating:
    Pros:
    Cons:
    This motor is ridiculously powerful. I used it in my beetleweight robot Misdirected Aggression to spin an 8.25" long 13oz Chromoly bar at 1:1 off of a 3s LiPo for a final speed of around 10,000 RPM. Spin up time was nearly instantaneous and the weapon was able to rip chunks off of other robots and hardly slow down at all, going as far as warping 1/16" Titanium. The force of the impacts were enough to throw my bot all the way across the 16x16 arena. This motor could probably also be used for a decent weapon in a 12 pound robot with significantly more gear reduction. For a three pound bot however, it is far more than enough.