|Powerline Micro 1025/10|
|Suitable for gliders weighing||1300-2400 g max|
|Motor/gearbox weight||102 g|
|Mounting pitch circle diameter||17 mm|
|Shaft diameter||5 mm|
|Recommended ESC||YGE 65 LVT|
|Recommended 3S propeller||GM 16x8, RF 16x8, RF 16x8.5|
|Recommended 4S propeller||GM 14x10, GM 14x9F, GM 14x8F|
|Recommended battery||Lipo up to 1600 mAh|
|Powerline Micro 1025/20 Turbo 2020 Weights|
|Powerline Micro 1025 Turbo||102 g|
|Propeller RF 16 x 8.5||12 g|
|Spinner RF 30 mm||13 g|
|Lipo 3s 1000 40C||98 g|
|ESC YGE 60||38 g|
|Plugs and screws||5 g|
|Total weight||268 g|
Comment by: OlivedCorrection 4 screws found
Earlier, on the unpack and check I found only 2 motor mount screws. At the end of the afternoon I got around to finding a home for the big box it came in, and heard a rattle. The missing screws are no longer missing. They must have escaped the zipsealed polythene bag the motor capsule and the previous pair of screws were in. I think it wasn't entirely my fault for missing the loose screws. Anyway, happy to say I don't have a screw loose!
Comment by: Oliver KirkwoodFixing screws
Came with two M2.5 motor mounting screws, while the motor gearbox has 4 mounting points. Maybe 2 screws is a preference but in the absence of any remark in the motor fact sheet I am going to want to use 4 screws.
Motor wires will need bullets adding.
Review by: SteveGreat motor
Review by: Anonymous
drive very powerful, mounted on Plus X
Review by: Otto JęgerPowerline 1025 Turbo
Very good upgrade from the "old" 1025. About 20 % more power. Where the old one draws about 43 Amps with the 16 x 8 prop, the new one draws about 54/55 Amps. Brings a 1600 g model to 370 meters in 30 seconds. Very good for a fully ballasted F5J model in heavy wind!
(The weight of the motor is 106 g, not 91 g)