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Old 09-27-2010, 10:08 PM
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Default New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

We are proud to announce the NEW Dualsky pattern motors. We just received these 2 motors and the new mounting setups in our last order. We have 2 versions,
XM6355DA-12-Competition 222RPM/V 570g
XM6360DA-10-Competition 218RPM/V 653g

Dualsky has addressed many of the past problems with improved bearings and a general redesign. They also have a new mounting system as seen in the pictures.

Stats are posted in the PDF file.

Available here:
http://www.2dogrc.com/catalog/brushl...-motors?page=3

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Old 09-27-2010, 10:43 PM
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Default RE: New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

Mark,

Are those weights with or without the optional mount?

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Old 09-27-2010, 11:04 PM
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Old 09-28-2010, 01:13 AM
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Default RE: New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

I have 2 6360and 2 6355
6360:660g without mount for Beryll
APC21X14E 35V CC 85HV
5950RPM 75A

6355:565g without mount for Amethyst
AXI 20X13 CF prop 35V CC ICE80HV
6450RPM 76A

I like 6355 more.
Old 09-28-2010, 03:21 AM
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Dear friends;

I receive two samples of the new Dualsky XM6355DA begining of August and mount in my two Prestiges. I made some ground test with the APC20x13 with 73A and about 6.400rpm with limited maximum throttle. Then I start the test flight and with the Spin 99 and 20x13 PT Model and it measure maximum 55 Amp for 6.700rpm with a limited maximum throttle over 20% but power is much more than need and then I reduce maximum throttle to 25% for P11 schedule to a 48 Amp. I am very satisfied with the motor. I was test too a AXI 5325/24 and the Dualsky has the same power or more with the same current drawn and it is 62grs. lighter. Also the Dualsky design is focused to F3A models looking for the lowest weight, it is very easy to place a ball bearing and a mount for a two point assembly without increase the motor weight. The propeller hub is very light and efective. The motor axle is hollowed with a inside thread in the front for a spinner screw. It works very smooth with the Dualsky 90A HV controller and with the Spin 99 and battery comsumption for a P11 schedule medium size (european standard size) is about 2.600mAh. The only problem is the nose low weight, I need to modify the rudder servo and batteries mount to place the CoG in the right place!!!

Best Regards. Alfonso.

Pd;It is my initial report into Spanish; http://www.acro3d.com/public/phpbb3/...hp?f=19&t=8900
Old 09-28-2010, 07:04 AM
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Thanx for the info! Do you mind if I post a link to that on my website?

Mark
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Default RE: New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

Mark, sounds good. Are the shafts reversable on these motors? Some want to use nose ring mount, others firewall. Most will probably not want to add the weight of the optional mounting system so that is the reason for my question.

thanks again
Don
Old 09-28-2010, 09:19 AM
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Dear Mark;

You are free to link to your web page, no problem! When I find time I will add some pictures of my rear mount.

Best Regards. Alfonso.
Old 09-28-2010, 04:44 PM
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Default RE: New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

You must have a heavy AXI.. My one weighs 599 grams with the prop adaptor, washer, nut & bullets.

Regards,
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ORIGINAL: extraline

I have 2 6360and 2 6355
6360:660g without mount for Beryll
APC21X14E 35V CC 85HV
5950RPM 75A

6355:565g without mount for Amethyst
AXI 20X13 CF prop 35V CC ICE80HV
6450RPM 76A

I like 6355 more.
Why are you only running 35V on this setup and not 10S.

Chuck
Old 09-28-2010, 05:26 PM
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ORIGINAL: RC_Pattern_Flyer


ORIGINAL: extraline

I have 2 6360and 2 6355
6360:660g without mount for Beryll
APC21X14E 35V CC 85HV
5950RPM 75A

6355:565g without mount for Amethyst
AXI 20X13 CF prop 35V CC ICE80HV
6450RPM 76A

I like 6355 more.
Why are you only running 35V on this setup and not 10S.

Chuck
Looks to be 10S loaded.

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Old 09-28-2010, 06:57 PM
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Hi Mark. Will the XM6355DA-12-Competition work ok with an 11 pound Focus 2? If yes, then I would like to order one with the mount. What esc do you recommend with this motor? Do you ship to the Philippines? Thanks
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ORIGINAL: RC_Pattern_Flyer


ORIGINAL: extraline

I have 2 6360and 2 6355
6360:660g without mount for Beryll
APC21X14E 35V CC 85HV
5950RPM 75A

6355:565g without mount for Amethyst
AXI 20X13 CF prop 35V CC ICE80HV
6450RPM 76A

I like 6355 more.
Why are you only running 35V on this setup and not 10S.

Chuck
I use 10S 4500mAh 25C battery pack.Its 35V when the motor running.
Old 09-29-2010, 02:28 AM
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Dear Jason;

It is possible that I have a heavy AXI, or my weighing scale is not very accurate, but I am sure about the wheight difference between the two motors. Also when assembly on the plane I was need to modify the battery mount to have the CoG in the right place.

Best Regards. Alfonso.
Old 09-29-2010, 07:16 AM
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Extraline,
What is the weight of the plane your 6355 motor is on? Jayjayneri is looking at a 11 lb plane?

I would recommend a 90A HV ESC, such as the Dualsky HV90 or other quality ESC. We do ship from the Phillipines also. We are out of ESC's and the 6360 motor since I posted this thread! We will have more in mid OCt, China is on vacation from Oct 1-7.

Mark
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Default RE: New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

Diameters of the motors don't seem to be posted. Important figure in some of our planes
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Extraline,
What is the weight of the plane your 6355 motor is on? Jayjayneri is looking at a 11 lb plane?

I would recommend a 90A HV ESC, such as the Dualsky HV90 or other quality ESC. We do ship from the Phillipines also. We are out of ESC's and the 6360 motor since I posted this thread! We will have more in mid OCt, China is on vacation from Oct 1-7.

Mark
My OXAI Amethyst is 3840g without 10S battery pack.
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Default RE: New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

I believe the motors are 63mm in diameter

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I believe the motors are 63mm in diameter

Chuck
Yes all the 63mm
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I been using the 6360 for some time and so far I have good results the only I have to limith my thro. to 85% to limit my amps I got pleany of power in vertical and at the end of sequence used about 3200 mha after also practice couple of more manuvers so far is a good motor and with a good price just 175.00. I will be trying there batterys soon I been using in foamies and i been having good result in performance and power.This are some pic. how I mount my motor in my Onas I convert from using Ys 170 the motor is suprt front and back.Also I convert my 2m Vanquish was also glow to elctric with one of the 1st version of the Dualsky motor.
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What is Yours setup with CC ESC?
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The only thing I change is the timming to high
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Default RE: New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

Hello guys,

anyone has info about new EA serie of Dualsky motors? Why is so big difference in power between these two:


http://www.dualsky.com/pro_list_for....lid=146&id=528

http://www.dualsky.com/pro_list_for....lid=147&id=539

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Default RE: New Dualsky Pattern Motors! 6360

They are built very differently.

One is also designed for more than 10S setups ( not for F3a)

Chuck
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Let me share with you my expereience this past weekend as i debuted my new F3a plane for season 2012.

It is the Oxai Shark bipe designed by Bryan Hebert.

I choose the 6355-12T.

I am running APC 22X12, Spin 77 Opto and Sky lipo 8S 20C 4400mah.

I am pulling 79 amps and making 2400 watts power on fresh packs. ( this is above specs but I do not use full throttle at all during the flight.)

I am using 3400 -3600 mah for the p-13 schedule.


Model weighs 10 lbs 13 oz.

Here is a picture of the plane.

Chuck

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