Dynam BM2815 A3 KV1100 Brushless Motor - Regular Rotation
Dynam 2815A V3 1100kv Brushless Motor - Black (Regular Rotation)
Replacement Brushless Motor for Dynam Airplanes.
DY-BM2815A-KV1100 Motor Specs
- KV = 1100
- Prop Size = 3 Bladed 8 x 6 x 3
Replacement motor for the following but not limited to the following Dynam Airplanes
- PBY Catalina
- Grand Cruiser
- C47 / SkyBus
- Excellent replacement!Sheared a prop shaft landing on a park grass field. This replacement part was an exact match. Performs well.
- Works great!Fit well and works exactly like I needed it to!
- Howardpipercubman@yahoo.comGreat service nice product
- Great motorNice and compact with lots of power!
- motor replacedReplacement motor did not work. That motor was replaced by Grayson. Sent 1st replacement to Grayson at no cost to me. Thanks Grayson.
- Spare Detrum MortorNeeded a spare Detrum motor for other models that use the same motor.They work very well.
- The product worked just as advertised. You did not have it in store, but a employee asked If she...Great service, fast delivery time.
- good motorI was happy to find this replacement motor for my Dynam model. I'll use Grayson again.
- grand cruise motorsgreat motors very good power
- Great brushless motor for park flyers.Lightweight & potent. Plenty of thrust with props up to ten inches & mild pitch.
- Perfect replacement for Cessna 310Great source for planes no longer produced.
- okthese motors seem to not be consisant when running on a twin air plane I not able to balance there rpms, so plane pull towards the higher rpm motor using the trim on the transmitter does help a bit and I relize it could be a ecu problem too , when replacing motors on twin planes two motors should be purchased I guess ,
- adverage package purchasethe very end of shaft threads were messed up a it the factory nut would not come off, easyly so there it did not go back on the shaft either had to vice grip the shaft on other end to work the nut a few times to put on correctly but did get it , made on flight and prop hit and bent the shaft first off so the procress started all over again after gettin shaft straigten out other wise all is good did not really expect an differnt the quailty of replacement parts on most model plane stuff has not got any better of the last few years any way its part of the challenge of the hobbie