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Suppo 4120/6 620kv Brushless Motor (Power 46 equiv.)

by Suppo
Original price $55.99 - Original price $55.99
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$55.99 - $55.99
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Suppo is a leading manufacturer of professional motors, ESCs, servos, and other RC electronics on the market today. Suppo motors provide excellent performance, quality, and dependability at an affordable price. Manufactured with high quality bearings and components, Suppo brushless motors are some of the smoothest and most powerful in their class.

Each motor is PRE-SOLDERED with 4.0mm male gold bullet connectors, and includes an accessory pack with collet-style prop adapter, X-mount plate, and matching set of female 4.0mm bullet connectors.

Suppo 4120/6 (50-44) 620kv Specifications:

● Number of Cells: 4-6s lipo; 9-12 cell NiMh
● Max Efficiency Current: 25-50A (>81%)
● No Load Current (10v): 3.2A
● Max Current: 70A/60s
● Max Efficiency: 84%
● Resistance: .015 ohms
● Shaft Size: 6.0mm
● Poles: 14
● Max Watts: 1554W
● Weight: 280g
● Motor Dimensions: 50x48 (mm)
● Motor bolt pattern (back of motor): 30mm x 30mm (hole to hole)
● X-mount hole pattern: 60mm x 60mm (hole to hole)
● Minimum recommended ESC: 70A*
● Recommended Model Weight: 2000-3500g (71-125 oz.)

*The Suppo 4120 motor features a 3-bearing set for greater stability, efficiency, and strength under heavy loads!

**Please refer to the manufacturer specifications listed above to determine the correct ESC size for your application. We suggest you choose an ESC rated for at least 20% above the max current rating of the motor (example: if your motor’s max current rating is 35A, choose an ESC of at least 42A). If you are new to the hobby or have questions about choosing the correct ESC, please call or email us before ordering.

This motor is similar to an E-flite Power 46 or AXI 4120/14.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

I installed this motor in an older 40 Size Hangar 9 Aristi pattern plane. I'm running a 6S 4000mha 60C battery with a 80 Amp Speed Controller. As anyone who's flown Nitro powered planes in the past they have much heavier airframes than their modern day counterparts. With that said, this motor powers this plane exceptionally well and I'm one that flird at full throttle most of the time. However, I found myself only going to full throttle to see what kind of vertical it had and how fast the plane would fly. There was PLENTY of power for ANY kind of vertical maneuver and it had PLENTY of speed. I've been using Suppo Motors since the mid 90' and have NEVER had one fail or burn up. To me, and for my needs they seem to be the BEST bang for the buck. I'd highly recommend ANY of the Suppo motors Altitude Hobbies offers.