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Thrust 10

Outside Diameter 28mm ___________________________________:::::::::::::::::::
Length 31.7mm
Weight (gr/oz) 41.2gr / 1.45oz
Motor Shaft Dia. 3.0mm
Mounting Bolts Dia. M3
Max efficiency Current A * 6-12A
Peak current A (15 sec) * 16A
Battery pack range ** 2~3 LiPo / 6-10 NiCd
Poles 14
KV rpm/V 975
Recommended ESC PA Quantum 18
Peak Watts 183 watts

* Unrestricted airflow and air scoops are mandatory to ensure long service life and long term performance consistency. Extended Continuous Operation without the required cooling provisions may be detrimental to the coils and magnets and will void warranty.

** PA 3cells (11.1V) 1000mAh pack is recommended.

Propeller selection

APC 9x4.7SF - Very nice propeller allowing good flight duration with excellent thrust due to the higher RPM. The larger pitch allows high speed maneuvers while maintaining the thrust for 3D. Good prop for both indoor and outdoor 3D/Freestyle flying

VOX 10x4 - Excellent overall propeller for 3D, freestyle aerobatics with excellent thrust and longer flight duration comparing to the APC 9x4.7SF due to the efficiency built into the prop design. An excellent alternative to the APC 9X4.7SF with an additional bonus of added prop wash & thrust for better slow speed handling.

APC 10x3.8SF - This is the higher range propeller for the Thrust 10 with more thrust than the other propellers. It slows down the plane nicely for close-in, hardcore 3D flying (excellent for low rolling harriers) and provides lots of instantaneous thrust for quick recoveries and exits. This is our recommended propeller for the PA Electric Shock. NOTE: Adequate airflow to cool down the motor and ESC is required as well as a good throttle management.

We recommend getting a few different size propellers with your Thrust 10 motor. Swapping a propeller is an easy task so you may want to experiment and feel the difference to fit different style of flying. Also in a hot summer day you may want to use a smaller propeller while in a cooler day you can run the motor with a larger propeller.