These props/impellers/rotors are for EDF Ducted Fan applications. Select size below. All rotors below except the EDF 75 types press directly onto motor shaft. NOTE EDF 75 Non-D cut rotors on sale 33% off below! Sorry! The following is on GWS Factory Back Order: 6 Blade for EDF 30 EP1220x6 GWDFS008
20mm Inrunner Adapter Into Brushed Fan Housing & Gearboxes
Adapts 20mm inrunners into fan housings and gearboxes originally made for Speed 300 class motors (Speed 300/350/370 etc....). These brushed motors are 24mm OD and many fan housings exist for them including the ever popular GWS EDF 55 & 64 units. Complete with fasteners. Units mounts to front of motor making it the correct OD to properly fit in brushed fan housing. Use provided fasteners to bolt assembly into your housing/gearbox.
New style EDF 40 rotor. Requires use of special adapters GWADP006 (1.5mm) or GWADP006A (3mm) depending on motor shaft size.
Special Notes: GWS lists another part number for "New 40 rotor" GWDFS010A. There are no notes, but it looks like the GWDFS040A is the latest rotor and supercedes GWDFS010A of which they have no stock. GW/EDF40-2 was the old press on part number. It is no longer available that we can detect. All packages with GW/EDF40-2 on them are actually GWDFS040A rotors.
Fan housing for 40mm GWS Electric Ducted Fan Power Systems. Black molded plastic. Note, this part is now identical to DFS40A. For some reason, GWS now puts the same part under both part numbers. The fan housing holds both 12mm and 20mm and has bolt pattern of both molded in. I am aware the old 12mm housing provided better support and cleaner airflow for a 12mm inrunner. Contact GWS and tell them about it. (pssst, I already know).
New style rotor requires proper adapter. 20x30x3 blade rotor. Used on the GWS EDF50E (20mm motor setup). Can be used on 12mm motor EDF50 varieties with proper hub. Requires use of Hub adapter GWADP007 for 3mm shaft motors or GWADP007A for 1.5mm shaft motors. I am not aware of a 2mm shaft hub adapter for this rotor.
SKU Number: GWDFS050A
EDF 50 New Style Rotor 20x30x5 Blade
New style rotor requires proper adapter. 20x30x5 blade rotor. Used on the GWS EDF50E (20mm motor setup). Can be used on 12mm motor EDF50 varieties with proper hub. Requires use of Hub adapter GWADP007 for 3mm shaft motors or GWADP007A for 1.5mm shaft motors. I am not aware of a 2mm shaft hub adapter for this rotor.
Replacement motor for "H" version (high voltage) of the EDF 40 and 50. This is the only 12mm brushed motor that can run on a 3S lipo in these size GWS fans. Includes heat sink and motor screws. JWT male 2 pin connector already installed.
GWS Fan Impeller Hub For EDF55 & EDF64 Rotor To 2mm Shaft With D-Cut
Prop/drive shaft adapter for New Style GWS Fans. Impeller Hub Set w/Screws & Tools for EDF 55 & 64, use on 2mm shaft motors. ADP003A and ADP003B are now same part with D Cut. Fits all EDF64 and 55 impellers and fits all 2mm shafts found in these systems. Replaces old part #EDF64-150-4 & EDF64-300H-4.
GWS Fan Impeller Hub For EDF55 & EDF64 Rotor To 2mm Shaft With Fasteners NO-D-Cut
Same as GWADP004B except includes all fasteners and wrench. Adapts 2mm shaft motor into Modern EDF 55 and 64 Rotors with NO D-Cut.
SKU Number: GWADP003A
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