Hi, rchammer

Simple answer is yes. probably

I can help with a complete breakdown of what the description means, but it might only be more confusing

This is an outrunner motor for a very light direct drive parkflyer (aircraft), where it will get lots of fresh , cool, air

Bear this in mind

Taking the ni-mh battery - the cells are 1.2 V each, so the maximum volts is 12 and the max continuous current 22A

Multiply these and you ahve the max watts 12 x 22 is 264W

AND at this voltage (12) the revs are 12 x 2200 kV (which means revs/volt) so that is 24600 RPM (or 440 Revs/sec

!)

THATS why the reccommended props are small (for an outrunner)

So the max continuous current is 22A (when it is well air-cooled)

Bit less in a boat - say 15A

So a 30A speed controller should be fine.

now your mission is to feed it a prop that lets it really spin fast at whatever voltage you aim to give it

Any clearer?

andrew