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Old 04-11-2021, 01:31 AM
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Retiredat38
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Originally Posted by mfr02 View Post
Inrunners tend to be good for high speed, low torque situations, i.e. a tiny prop spinning very fast. Most boats, even quite quick ones, tend to need torque to get them up to speed and then keep it. This often means outrunners driving a "boat size" prop.
Retiredat38's numbers look OK.
And from my understanding, all else being equal (or as equal as they can be) a lower KV means more torque. So that would suggest you'd want a lower KV motor and a higher battery voltage to get the operational rpm you want.

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