Great Planes Rimfire .60 50-55-650 Outrunner Brushless

Brand: Electrifly

Part Number: H-GPMG4745

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This is the Great Planes ElectriFly RimFire .60 50-55-650 Brushless Outrunner Electric Motor.

FEATURES: For Sport airplanes up to 10.5lbs (4705g) and 3D airplanes up to
6.5lbs (2950g)
Designed for explosive acceleration and maximum torque
Lightened aluminum can houses high torque rare earth Neodymium
Double shielded bearings
Virtually maintenance-free; no commutators or brushes to wear out

INCLUDES: Great Planes ElectriFly RimFire .60 50-55-650 Brushless Outrunner
Electric Motor with prop adapter (GPMQ4909) and motor mount

REQUIRES: Speed control for Brushless Motors such as the ElectriFly Silver
Series 60
Propeller: 12x6 - 13x4E

SPECS: Can Diameter: 1.97" (50mm) Can Length: 2.17" (55mm) Shaft Diameter: .32" (8mm) Shaft Length: .79" (20mm) RPM/V (kV Rating): 650 Weight: 10.5oz (298g) Input Voltage: 18.5-22.2V (5-6S LiPo) Connector: 4mm bullet plugs Burst Watts: 2200 Max. Constant Current: 65A Max. Surge Current: 85A Max. Constant Watts: 1683W No Load Current: 3A

COMMENTS: The three number designation refers to Motor Diameter, Motor Length and kV Rating.

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The reccomended ESCis an Electrifly silver Series 60Amp. Is this not a bit low seeing as the Max Amps of the Motor is 65amp I was thinking maybe an 80amp ESC would be more suitable ?
Asked by Joe on 15th September 2016

I agree - as the motor can draw up to 65Amps, an 80A ESC would give more "headroom" for this. A 60Amp may well be OK, but you are right on the limits of acceptable use.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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