Power 60 Brushless Outrunner Motor - 470Kv

Brand: E Flite

Part Number: EFLM4060B

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Designed for high power applications, this 6S motor is ideal for 60-sized planes, or models that require up to 1800 watts of power.

Power 60 Brushless Outrunner Motor - 470Kv Features:
  • Perfect for 6- to 12-pound (2.7- to 5.4-kilogram) airplanes
  • High torque, direct drive alternative to brushless inrunner motors
  • Includes mount, prop adapter and mounting hardware
  • Quiet, efficient operation
  • External radial rotor design
Power 60 Brushless Outrunner Motor - 470Kv Specifications:
  • Type: Brushless outrunner
  • Size: Replacement for 60-size glow engines
  • Sensored: No
  • Bearings or Bushings: One 6 x 15 x 5mm bearing and two 6 x 12 x 4mm bearings
  • Wire Gauge: 14 AWG
  • Connector Type: 4mm bullet
  • Recommended Prop Range: 15 x 8 - 17 x 7 electric propeller
  • Voltage: 22.2V (6S LiPo, 4400-5000mAh)
  • RPM/Volt (Kv): 470Kv
  • Resistance (Ri): 0.02 ohm
  • Idle Current (Io): 2.1A @ 20V
  • Maximum Burst Current: 80A for 15 seconds
  • Recommended Speed Control: 80A brushless
  • Weight: 13.0 oz (380 g)
  • Overall Diameter: 2.00 in (50mm)
  • Shaft Diameter: 0.24 in (6.0mm)
  • Overall Length: 2.40 in (62mm)
  • Power Plant Size : 60-110 Electric
  • Motor Application: Airplane
  • Motor Design: Outrunner
  • Continuous Current: 51A +
  • Brand: E Flite
  • Part No: EFLM4060B
  • Fitment: Option Part

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In your opinion which E-Flite Motor the 52 Kv 590 or the 60 Kv 490 is best suited to the Ultra Stick 10 aeroplane?
Asked by Robin Wakely on 11th December 2019

The power 52 is recommended, but I am sure with a prop change the 60 would be spot on.

Answered by: Anthony @ Wheelspin Models

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