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Hobby People G-91 BL Power System (Motor/ESC/6S Battery)

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No. 129150

Quick Overview

The Hobby People G-91 comes with a 6S pack, and works with 5S packs. We've flown it in a BH Ryan 72" Span with a 14x7 and 5S with great results.

HP-MTR G-91 BL Power System (Motor/ESC/6S Battery)

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  • HP-MTR G-91 BL Power System (Motor/ESC/6S Battery)


HP-MTR G-91 BL Power System (Motor/ESC/6S Battery)

We wanted to take away the guess work for customers and to make a power system that is reliable and affordable. The Hobby People G-91 works with 5S packs. We've flown it in a BH Ryan 72" Span with a 14x7 and 5S with great results. This is a very nice and efficient combination. But, with the included 6S pack it is a BEAST. Turn a 14x6 prop (regular, not E) at over 10,000 RPM and a 14x8 in the mid-9000 range. How about a 13x6 APC at almost 11,000 RPM? This is an electric motor combo that rivals or beats most 91 four-stroke and 61 two-stroke engines. You  will experience tremendous power from this relatively small and very affordable motor.

The motor and ESC are wired with 4mm gold-plated bullet connectors, so there is no soldering to get these items to all work together! The ESC connects to the battery with a T-Connector.

Finally, customers can buy a complete electric system for less money than the equivalent four-stroke! Convenient, Easy, Reliable. Hobby People has taken the work and expense out of airplane electric conversions!


• G-91 Motor with mounting plate and prop adapter

• HP 80Amp Airplane ESC

• 6-Cell 4500mAh HP LiPo (Two 3-Cell Packs with Y-Series Connector)

ESC Features:

• High-Quality Components and Operating Firmware

• Sensorless Design for Use with Aircraft and Helicopters

• Adjustable Low Voltage Cutoff, Over-Heat Protection, Signal Loss Protection and Safe-Start

• Fully Programmable Via Transmitter or Programming Card (Available Separately)

ESC Specifications:

• Input Voltage: 2-6S LiPo Cells or 6-18 NiCd/NiMH Cells

• Maximum Continuous Current: 80 Amps (with Airflow Cooling)

• BEC: 5.0A/5V

• Weight (without Wires): 2.89oz (82g)

• Dimensions: 3.25 x 1.43 x 0.56in (82.5 x 36.3 x 14.2mm)

ESC Program Options:

• Brake

• Battery Type

• Cutoff Type

• Cutoff Voltage

• Timing Mode

• Start Mode

• Governor Mode

• Motor Direction

• And Default Restore

Motor Specifications:

• Battery: 3-6S LiPo or 8-19 NiMH Cells

• Maximum Continuous Current: 70 Amps / 75 Amps Surge for 30 Seconds

• Kv: 600 (RPM/V)

• Recommended Propellers:

w/5S 4500-5000mAh LiPo - 13x6, 13x8, 14x8 or 15x7

w/6S 4500-5000mAh LiPo - 13x6 to 14x7

• Recommended ESC: 80Amp ESC or Similar

• Weight: 295g

• Diameter: 42mm

• Length: 60mm

• 4mm Male Gold Bullet Connectors Installed

Additional Information

SKU 129150
Manufacturer Hobby People
Mfr Part Number 129150

Customer Reviews

Good Review by Bob
Put the system in a old and heavy Glow powered 60" high wing trainer with a 12X8 APC prop. Wow what performer, without the mess and the fuss of glow fuel this plane is going to see a lot more air time! (Posted on 2/1/16)
Good system Review by Don
Put this system in an Easy stick, weight 7-8 lbs, APC E 14-7 prop, plenty of power, used 4500 pack that came with system, flew for 10 min, used just under 1400 mill's, only change made was series jumper, came with #14 wire, I used #12, only had 2 flight's so far but it look's like a great system. (Posted on 4/7/15)
Bad Review by Nick
ESC went out and my plane went into the ground. out $300.00 (Posted on 3/23/15)
Hobby people G-91 BL system Review by Paul
Unreal, smooth power system. Running this in an 81" pi
Piper Arrow II by Aviomodelli, the airplane weighs 12 lbs.
Using a 14x7 xoar prop, with a 6 cell 5000 lipo, she flew very well and smooth.
Highly recommend this product.
(Posted on 5/25/14)

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