Originally Posted by Smoothcruizer3
Well that is obvious you do not wanna use this application in a heavy plane... Well do not use 4s.... That is the real answer ... The hacker you mentioned... What is the can length and kv rating?
The web page shown above indicates 1.65 inches diameter and length, with a 750 KV rating. Hackers come in a wide variety of different "Winds" for the same motor frame, Hacker A40-10S, A40-12S and so on. The A40 series motors run from 410KV to 750KV. And up to 1500 Watts for the "L" long motor. I ran an A40-10L motor at 65 Amps on a 6S2P A123 pack, pulling about 1200 watts on an 8 pound P51 model. It really hauled the model around. Went to an A50 on that model though, just did not feel comfortable putting that big prop on that motors shaft. That motor got me over 100 Mph on a Revolver model before an aileron came completely out of the wing. Still flying that motor in a different model today.
This motor is only about $15 more than the Rimfire motor.