Ideal for models requiring up to 120 watts of power
Optimized windings for 3D performance
High-torque, direct-drive alternative to inrunner brushless motors
Includes mount, prop adapters and mounting hardware
4mm hollow shaft is easily reversed for alternative motor installations
Excellent motor for small 3D airplanes 7–14 oz (200–400 g)
Extremely lightweight—just 1.6 ounces
Ideal for variable pitch props such as the E-flite® Showstopper Variable Pitch Prop System
External rotor design for better cooling
High-quality construction with ball bearings
Needed To Complete
12–20A brushless ESC
2–3S Li-Po or 6–10 Ni-Cd/Ni-MH
8x3.8–10x4.7 Slow Flyer Prop
Variable Pitch Prop option
E-flite’s latest Park 370 is a brushless outrunner motor that features a 4mm hollow shaft, ideal for use with variable pitch propellers. It’s perfectly designed for electric models equipped with variable-pitch propeller systems, such as the E-flite® ShowStopper VPP system. However, you don’t need a VPP to use this motor—it’s an excellent motor for small 3D airplanes that weigh 7–14 ounces. A motor mount, prop adapter and all hardware are included.
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Fightsy5.0 star rating
wow factor with showstopper vpp
Review by Fightsy on 29 Jan 2011review stating wow factor with showstopper vpp
first one I had I set everything up properly except the throttle curve in "stunt"mode, this is very important. At WOT the motor lasted only 45 seconds, but it was fun while it lasted. the second motor. programmed properly, again (VERY IMPORTANT), is still impressing me after 3 months. The recomended setup is spot on, it gives awesome power and flight times exceeding 15 minutes with throttle management. Also both the motor and vpp are fairly durable as I have opted out of using lading gear and both have survived with only minor cosmetic blemishes. The only complaint I have is why they havent made one in the power series motors and vpp to fit them.
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Jim W.5.0 star rating
Airplane motor upgrade
Review by Jim W. on 26 Mar 2010review stating Airplane motor upgrade
I have an older cub that came with a brushed park 370 motor and gearbox. I was learning and suffered many bent propeller shafts, much to my annoyance. I eventually replaced the motor and gearbox with this brushless direct drive motor and wow, what a difference! The performance is incredible and I have noticably longer flight times. This arrangement is also quite durable - no more bent propeller shafts! This motor has really brought an old plane back to life.
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