Ideal for giant-scale airplanes requiring up to 6000 watts of input power
High-torque alternative to inrunner brushless motors
Designed in collaboration with World Aerobatic Champion Quique Somenzini
Equivalent to a 50cc–60cc gas engine
For high-power airplanes weighing 15 to 25 pounds (6.8 to 11.0 kilograms)
External rotor design for better cooling
Includes 4-bolt propeller mount, 12mm prop shaft center-tapped with 10–32 threads
High-quality construction with ball bearings and hardened 10mm steel shaft
Includes X-mount and 6.5mm gold bullet connectors
Slotted 20-pole outrunner design
Requires 160A–200A HV brushless ESC
Peace of mind is priceless and modelers who value it most choose E-flite® brushless motors. Just ask anyone who’s flown with them. E-flite brushless motors consistently provide the kind of power and reliability that transform a modeling experience—no matter what you’re flying. Whether you’re a sport modeler or scale master, E-flite has the brushless power system to truly realize your plane’s full potential.
The E-flite Power 360 brushless electric motor is designed to deliver clean and quiet power equivalent to or surpassing the power of a 360-size 2-stroke glow engine for sport and scale airplanes weighing 15 to 40 pounds (6.8 to 11.0 kg), 3D airplanes up to 25 pounds (8.28 kg), or models requiring up to 6000 watts of power.
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Review by Olezippi on 28 Aug 2014review stating *E-flite Power 360*
With this motor along with the Castle Creations Edge HV160 ESC and a Xoar 24X10 prop it is awesome on my Redwing RC 50cc Slick 540.. The E-flite Power 360 includes the X-mount and 6.5mm gold bullet connectors for your ESC. The motor is a little heavier that some of the high priced motors but you can't even tell it has so much power. Well worth the money IMO.
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Slipstream4.0 star rating
Review by Slipstream on 7 Oct 2017review stating 360 outrunner
Has plenty of power to turn a 24x13 prop. bearings are not real tight tending to loosen up in a fairly short time causing vibration and they cannot be replaced.
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Carden2.0 star rating
Review by Carden on 14 Oct 2018review stating Bearings
If low quality bearings in high price brushless engine. Is what you looking for. This one would be perfect choise....
My brand new 360 survived about 30 min flight time. Whit a perfectly balanced 24 x12 xoar.
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