I would like to know if these motors can be adapted on a revell qg550xs quadcopter ? Originals motors looks same as those ones and measurement are same except for the diameter. I heard the diameter is 8,5mm for those ones, mine are 7,5mm but I think I can cut a bit of plastic to gain place to insert them. Battery of my quadcopter is lipo 3.7v 240mha. According to you, if I change all motors, could it works?
is this motor a good replacement for the main nano CP X one?
anyone tested it, is the flight effected negatively?
how the durability of the motor is?
what the flight weight (29g for stock)? full negative thrust (50g for stock)?
thanks a lot :)
As I said, I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure it's not 8mm. I have a regular Vapor and I believe it's 6mm though it's hard to measure. The Vapors weigh under 20 grams, so they wouldn't need an 8mm motor.
I can confirm that this motor does fit in a 120SR mount, as well as the 120 mount from Astroid designs. It has pretty much the same thrust as a 120SR motor, and when paired with a Plantraco prop, will hold the tail solid even the most powerful brushless mcpx. I'm running a TA-915 main, and Hyp 550 batteries. Love it!
The plantraco prop is 65mm with a 1mm hole. It has a unique shape, which is what gives it the incredible holding capabilities it has on an mcpx. You can't just cut a 120 prop to 65mm and expect to get the same results. It won't. The prop is known as the Plantraco Tri-Turbo prop, and can be found at radicalrc among other places.
One thing I forgot, and it's important! The plantraco prop is designed backwards. Not kidding. You have to install it backwards, and wire the tail motor so that it spins backwards ** clockwise. I'm really not kidding, lol. Check out the threads on helifreak. I'm DudeInMyrtleBeach..
I calculated the ellipse on the front of this motor and took the right angle of 7cm (on my screen) and came up with approx 8.75cm. Knowing that it is 20mm in length. I divided 20 by 8.75, then multiplied the product by 3.5 (again width size on my screen). The diameter is approx 8mm.
No, this motor is too large for the mCPX tail, you will need a custom mount. This is the same size as the 120SR tail motor (20mm long, 8.5mm diameter). The 120SR tail rotor fits right onto the shaft and power output on single-cell (1S) lipos appears the same as the stock 120SR tail, so if you have a 120SR (or have gotten an mCPX to fly with a 120SR tail), this should be a good replacement.
It's about .3 to .5 larger than a 120SR motor. It will fit the 120 mount, but barely. Custom mounts (such as those made for running 8mm props on the mcpx) require sanding to get this motor to fit. Having said that, it's a great low cost option for a powerful mcpx tail with one of the custom mounts. Last thing - you *only* need a motor this size on an mcpx if you are running a powerful brushless motor - HP05 or larger.
I just received this motor today and can confirm that it is 20mm long and 8.5mm in diameter. It is the same size as the stock Blade 120SR tail motor, and the stock tail rotor fits right onto the shaft. Appears to have the same power with this rotor as the stock tail motor, making this a good inexpensive spare! I have yet to try it on the actual heli (stock motor is still good), but it should be a great drop-in replacement should I need it.
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Hola, pongo unos pocos datos que no ponen en las especificaciones.
Diámetro del Motor: 8.54 mm
Diámetro del Eje: 0.98 ~ 0.97 mm
La medida total contando el eje es de: 25.03mm
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Very different quality... The first of two motors drive 17 flights in a blade nano cpx with low power befor damage. The second motor drives now 30 flights with much power.
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The nano cpx flight`s with the same power how original motors but the diameter is 8,5mm so you have to change the bore in frame.