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sam94
11-02-2009, 05:58 PM
I have a HET-RC typhoon micro 291210 brushless motor.

Does anyone know what this motor is equivilant to

450 motor?
480?
15 size?
25e?

Any ideas/

thnx

sam94
11-02-2009, 06:08 PM
i found some more info

- Diameter : 36 mm
- Length : 36 mm
- Shaft Dia. : 5 mm
- Weight : 115 grams
- No load current(lo) : 0.8
- Internal resistance : 0.049
- KV : 1030
- Max Current : 32 A
- Max efficiency : 85%
- Power Nominal : 400 Watts
- Recommended Props: APC E 9 X 4.5 up to 12 X 6.5

any ideas

capn chaos
11-02-2009, 07:14 PM
Sam,
Likely you will get plenty of responses but I will give you one for Heads Up RC. http://www.headsuprc.com/servlet/the-1429/3536-dsh-10-Outrunner-Brushless-Electric/Detail
If I have somehow screwed that link up (likely) here are the specs
Kv 1050
wt 105 grams
35 millimeters/36 millimeters length/diameter
rated 35 amps



Hope this helps

CC
"The 3536-10 is a 3.7 oz, 1050KV direct drive outrunner brushless motor capable of producing 53 oz of thrust from a 3-cell Lipo battery. It's a good choice for many of the larger park flyers up to about 60 ounces, and 3D planes up to about 40 ounces. It is roughly equivalent to .20 to .25 2 stroke glow engines."

sam94
11-02-2009, 07:32 PM
[QUOTE=capn chaos;658060]Sam,
Likely you will get plenty of responses but I will give you one for Heads Up RC. http://www.headsuprc.com/servlet/the-1429/3536-dsh-10-Outrunner-Brushless-Electric/Detail
If I have somehow screwed that link up (likely) here are the specs
Kv 1050
wt 105 grams
35 millimeters/36 millimeters length/diameter
rated 35 amps



Thanks...is this a real powerful motor

Will it work on the eflite piper cub 25

capn chaos
11-02-2009, 08:00 PM
Sam,
I first need to qualify that I am not necessarily the "go to guy" for this information however, that said, I have a fair amount of experience with Jeffs motors. I believe the 35-36 is going to be pushing its limits on a 4+lb plane. I used it on a 3.5lb warbird and it pulled it around like it was its job. It would likely work for the cub but if floats are in your future you may need to think slightly larger motor.
The next size motor on Jeffs list is the 35 42 11 which he recommends for 2.5 to 4.5 lb airplanes. This gives you all the power you would need if you set it up as the site suggests with the 4500 mah lipo. You could easily get by with 2700-3300 mah battery on either of these motors but your flight time would be shortened from their projected 18minutes to more like 10. Not a bad way to get used to a plane though since the wing loading goes down somewhat and long initial flights are almost an oximoron anyway...at least for me until I get things dialed in.
I suggest you email Jeff at Heads Up RC and get his opinion. He is very happy to steer you to his best possible power configuration.
CC

Dr Kiwi
11-08-2009, 05:28 PM
Typhoon 29/12/10


Operating voltage: 7,2-14,8 V


KV: 1000


Current: 28 / 35 A


Poles: 10


Turns: 12


Diameter: 36 mm


Length: 40mm


Shaft diameter: 5mm


Weight: 125g


Prop: 10x5 - 13x6.5


Recommended Prop: 12x6

sam94
11-08-2009, 06:01 PM
Typhoon 29/12/10


Operating voltage: 7,2-14,8 V


KV: 1000


Current: 28 / 35 A


Poles: 10


Turns: 12


Diameter: 36 mm


Length: 40mm


Shaft diameter: 5mm


Weight: 125g


Prop: 10x5 - 13x6.5


Recommended Prop: 12x6


Yeah - thats the info i gave u

Dr Kiwi
11-08-2009, 06:38 PM
I didn't mean to duplicate what you'd posted, but the specs I got from a German site do differ a bit from yours: 125g, rather than 115g, 28/35A, not 32A max, 1000Kv not 1050Kv... I wondered which were "more correct" when comparison was being made.

This one is fractionally heavier and slightly higher Kv, but might do the job for you: http://www.2dogrc.com/ecommerce/os/catalog/xmotor-3542ca5t-450w-glow-speed-p-2292.html