Gs High-Watt Brushless Outrunners for Gliders

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  • Made of the finest materials
  • Extreme efficiency & power output
  • Longest life
  • Highest value

Hyperion Zs Airplane motors are getting worldwide attention for providing performance, reliability and value that no other brand can match. These new Gs series for Gliders contain the same quality parts and design inside, but add special features to fit in gliders, and insure robust mounting. Everything inside and out is the very best obtainable.  Japanese 0.2mm stator steel and NMB bearings, 200C magnets and coil wire (hand-wound), and precision all-CNC construction;  All these lay the foundation on which intensive design and testing have delivered the highest efficiency motors ever produced.  And stringent ISO 9001 Quality Control - plus extra care such as magnet temperature batch testing - insure your maximum satisfaction, both present and future.

Check the Prop Data sheet for these new Gs motors.  We are offering several winds of each motor size, to suit either very high currents for LMR competition, or longer-run applications.  The results are pretty spectacular, either way. Have fun!

GS2213 SeriesGS2218 SeriesGS3014 SeriesGS3020 SeriesGS3025 SeriesGS3032 Series

Replacement motor shafts are available for Gs22 and Gs30 series

HP-GS30-BRPLT bell support is an option for all Gs30 series motors.
See details at end of this datasheet.

GS series dimensions in millimeters (mm)
Gs2213 43.4 27.85 12.5 4.0 16 16
Gs2218 48.4 27.85 12.5 4.0 16 16
Gs3014 46.3 37.5 16 5.0 19 25
Gs3020 52.5 37.5 16 5.0 19 25
Gs3025 58.3 37.5 16 5.0 19 25
Gs3032 78.3 38.5 16 5.0 19 25
 Note: Gs30 Series motors have m5x 5mm shaft stub at rear of motor to fit HP-GS30-BRGPLT. Gs22 series do not.


Gs2213-14 Gs2213-16 Gs2218-10 Gs2218-12
Weight 67g 67g 83.5g 83.5g
Magnet Count 14 14 14 14
Resistance 0.073 Ohm 0.081 Ohm 0.079 Ohm 0.080 Ohm
IO (@10V) 0.75 A 0.63 A 1.09 A 0.81 A
KV 1337 rpm/V 1175 rpm/V 1337 rpm/V 1137 rpm/V
Typical Current 20A~35A 14A~30A 25A~40A 20A~35A
Max Current 42A 35A 55A 44A
Atlas ESC Suggested 35A~45A 35A~45A 35A~45A 35A~45A


Gs3014-10 Gs3014-16 Gs3020-06 Gs3020-08 Gs3020-12
Weight 134g 134g 176g 176g 176g
Magnet Count 14 14 14 14 14
Resistance 0.016 Ohm 0.038 Ohm 0.010 Ohm 0.014 Ohm 0.031 Ohm
IO (@10V) 1.91 A 1.02 A 3.10 A 2.20 A 1.21 A
KV 1290 rpm/V 857 rpm/V 1440 rpm/V 1125 rpm/V 782 rpm/V
Typical Current 30A~45A 20A~30A 45A~85A 35A~60A 30A~45A
Max Current 70A 48A 110A 80A 65A
Atlas ESC Suggested 35A~45A 35A~45A 90A~120A 60A~90A 45A~90A


Gs3025-04 Gs3025-08 Gs3025-10 Gs3032-04 Gs3032-06 Gs3032-08
Weight 207g 207g 207g 296g 296g 296g
Magnet Count 14 14 14 14 14 14
Resistance 0.0065 Ohm 0.019 Ohm 0.026 Ohm 0.0070 Ohm 0.012 Ohm 0.022 Ohm
IO (@10V) 4.48 A 1.79 A 1.38 A 4.58 A 3.10 A 1.68 A
KV 1545 rpm/V 867 rpm/V 705 rpm/V 1252 rpm/V 882 rpm/V 699 rpm/V
Typical Current 60A~110A 45A~80A 40A~70A 60A~110A 55A~90A 45A~75A
Max Current 140A 95A 85A 140A 105A 90A
Atlas ESC Sugg. 90A~180A 90A~120A 70A~120A 90A~180A 90A~120A 70A~120A

CLICK HERE FOR ALL GS PROP-BATTERY TEST DATA - Note!!  These figures for current draw per prop will vary GREATLY depend on the capacity, "C" rating, condition, and quality of the Lipo pack you choose, as well as altitude and air temperature, and propeller brand.  As such, the data is for reference only.  To be sure that your power system is optimal, you really MUST use an ammeter to check static current before flight, and do several shorter-than-normal-time launches to check temperatures before normal flights.
(3020-08 will be added to prop test data by Mar 1 2010)

Tech Notes

  • Typical Current (A) - These indicate the usual range of amperage for the typical glider in which the motor is used.  The bottom end to middle of the range will provide very high average efficiency, and should be safe under a wide range of conditions (summer/winter) and model setups assuming adequate cooling airflow exists.  Competition models will typically be set up between the top of "typical current" listed, and the "max current" specification.
  • Max Current (A) - These specs are for general guidance only and for limited motor runs (see prop data sheet for details).  Conditions particular to your situation - such as ambient temperature, number of cells (S) in series, airflow available to the motor, etc... - can have a profound impact on the max current you are able to safely draw from the motor.  You may be able to safely exceed these specs, or not, depending on those factors.  It is YOUR responsibility to check motor temperature on the ground and again after a short flight.  If the motor feels very uncomfortable to the touch (or exceeds 85C measured) you should reduce propeller size or pitch.  While the Gs motors can sustain high temperatures, a properly setup model should usually obtain tremendous performance without exceeding 85C.  We strongly recommend use of the Hyperion Emeter II, which measures voltage,  amperage, watts, temperatures, rpm and more.  This empowers you to optimize your power system performance, and insure that it will stay reliable.
  • Atlas ESC Suggested - Hyperion ATLAS series speed controllers will be available worldwide by June 1st 2009.  They feature the best of hardware components for lowest internal resistance and high efficiency - as well as new firmware with extremely sophisticated motor drivers for best performance.  Suggested ESC are typical for each motor, but you may choose a higher-rated ESC (i.e. 35A rather than 25A) as you wish.
  • G3 Lipo - We hope you'll use Hyperion Generation 3 (G3) Lithium Polymer packs to power your Gs motors.  They provide the highest possible performance, long life, and can be charged in as few as 10 minutes.