Great Planes Electrifly RimFire 1.20 50-65-450 Brushless Outrunner Motor (450kV)

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This is the Great Planes Electrifly RimFire 1.20 50-65-450 Brushless Outrunner Motor. Just as Ammo motors have revolutionized brushless inrunner technology, RimFire motors have done the same for outrunners! The combination of superior performance and a competitive price makes these power plants a great value. Plus, the wide selection means there's a RimFire motor that's ideal for whatever the application, including brushed-to-brushless upgrades as well as glow-to-electric conversions. Equip your airplane with a RimFire, and watch it reach new heights!

NOTE: The 50-65-450 three number designation refers to the motor diameter, motor length and kV rating.

  • Engineered for explosive acceleration and maximum torque.
  • The lightened aluminum motor can houses high-torque, "rare-earth" Neodymium magnets.
  • Better cooling means 50% more power than many others outrunners of similar size.
  • Dependable and virtually maintenance-free; no comms or brushes to worry about, and bearings are double-shielded.
  • All include hardware, gold-plated bullet connectors (male connectors are installed; female connectors are included) and a motor mount.
  • 2-Year Manufacturers Quality Guarantee

Diameter: 50mm
Length: 65mm
kV: 450
Constant Watts: 1800
Burst Watts: 2300
Weight: 400g
Shaft Diameter: 8mm
Voltage Range: 18.5-22.2V (5-6S LiPo)
Sport Weight: 14.5 lbs
3D Weight: 9 lbs
ESC: 80 Amp
Propeller: 16x6 to 17x8 electric

This product was added to our catalog on November 23, 2011.

george reynolds
Verified Owner
Saturday, Oct 31 2015 (4 weeks ago)
Great Planes Electrifly RimFire 1.20 50-65-450 Brushless Outrunner Motor (450kV)
motor worked great this is my motor place for ever best service #############1
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