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Mega 1630/03 Inner-runner Motor

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All Mega motors are available - consult the Mega web site, choose a motor and call me to ask for a quote.
 www.megamotor.cz

Mega have been around for a long time and are well known for quality motors. Their little inner-runners have been popular in the past, and now they have developed a range for current needs - in particular motors that can be used for F5J. Being inner-runners, they overcome all the problems with fitting a motor to a narrow glider fuselage. There are no external moving parts to worry about! The ESC connects to the cables that come out the back of the motor.

This motor is a long, thin inner-runner that is claimed to haul a 2.5kg glider to 200m, even in wind in 30 seconds.
  
I am currently importing this special motor ideal for F5J gliders. Plus a really neat spinner! The cranked centrepiece allows the blades to fold flat - the pins holding the blades have no heads - fitted with an Allen key.
 
Mega 1630/03 CE F5J
Motor
Price
Recommended Use
Maxium Current
1630/3 CE F5J
135g
$199
models up to 2.5kg
11x5" prop
30A
55A/30secs
30mm spinner/ 5mm shaft/
16g
$45
cranked centrepiece/ blind bolts
Allen key for blind bolts
Motor Diameter: 28mm
Motor Weight: 135g
Shaft diameter: 5mm
No. Winds: 3
Kv: 1380
LiPo Cells: 3-4S
Max. Current: 55A for 30 seconds
Recommended Prop: 12x5" or 12x6.5"

Specs on web site:
10x6" prop at 10.0V - 35.2A - 10,940 rpm
11x6" prop at 10.0V - 46A - 9,640 rpm
I have been flying a 1.8kg F5J model with this motor. I found that it pulled a little more amps than specified.
I use a 12x5" prop on 3S and it draws 40A and takes the model to 250m in 30 seconds.