lots of these little motors need some "forgiveness" the prop saver also helps if your profile or foamie doesn't have landing gear, so when you land in the grass or where ever if the prop is down it doesn't break the prop it will pop off the o ring or break the o ring.... you can get the o rings at hardware stores cheap!
That sucks . Hate those stupid looking o ring. We the motor and 20amp esc was given to me so I'll use the suplied prints . It measures 3mm at the end of the shaft and it sure looks like a prop collet or spinner will work . So ONLY o rings ?
Hi RC Brothers.I have 12 of these motors,these are great !!! Just some of them don,t last for long-the wires on stator break after some time of running cause of vibration or some pore quality factory soldering and I have fixed them by re-soldering, but the wires get shorter after each time.. Therefore the stator needs to be re-winded I guess....Have unwounded one of the motors,,some poles were 10,some 9 some 8 winds urological,,, very little room,,.
Anyone nave tried to rewind it?????
If so what gauge of wire did you use and what type of interaction (connection) have been used,maybe some new KV could be custom made??
If you remove the x-mount and c-clip does the rotor come off? I rewind my 2205 stators with 11 turns of #25 Microdan wire and terminate it Wye. Takes about 45 minutes to rewind and terminate the stator.
Steve. I'm in no way trying to be rude here, but I would like to make the following clear. 1) We didnt make the motor. 2) I have seen this end-bell design in the factory for 6-9 months now, and never really entertained the idea of stocking the motor until recently. 3) The original purchaser of the motors end-bell was a Japanese customer more than 2yrs ago. 4) You said "why dont you buy the real thing". I'm not sure if that was projected towards hobbyking or it's customers. But the answer in both cases is price. We (hobbyking) nor most of our customers can afford such expensive motors as Neu, regardless of the said or actual performance.
From looking at the Neu motor and ours the only similarity I see is the end-bell design.
Jason**you actually are suggesting that you can only sell cheap copies? Then tell me why HK has motors from Axi and Hoffman that sell for more than the Neutrino? We would be more than happy to supply you the "real deal". You might find that there is more profit in selling the name brand stuff.
It appears to be a 24 slot motor**and just how many in that size have you seen? It sure appears that it was "inspired" by our design. That said I can't stop you . I could suggest however that you might find that some of your customers would like to purchase a Neutrino from your company. We would be open to having someone in Asia sell our motors. As I said earlier you already sell some western made products that are not "competitively priced"-not cheap.
I ordered 2 motors only because they looked good, not knowing of the neutrino. Is it possible that Steve's motor is 4 times better. I doubt it. Sometimes you can take someones idea and make it better and less expensive. The Turnigy line of motors is top quality. Sorry Steve but good luck with your company. PAUL SHORE
It's been quite awhile ago since you said it would be there in two weeks. I wonder when it is really coming and if it can swing a 10x4.7 APC prop.. I need about 250 grams of thrust from 2S1P 800mA lipos.
1800kv is a great speed for smaller pusher prop foamies using 5-7 inch props. Really interested to see some user static thrust tests to see if the efficiency is much better than some of the cheaper 28 size motors available here.
actually this should be a 1200kv engine. The type number is T3020-1800 and it says 1200rpm in the datasheet. Could be a typo though, as the t1811-2000 has 2000rpm and the t2211-2300 has 2300rpm. Even more confusing as it says rpm not kv.
It is a 1800kv motor. But can a big wad of 9/4.5 good to 2s.
Engine stays cool and has a lot of power!. However, I would recommend this bike with a HK 20 A regulator.
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Powerfull and beautyfull motor !
Tested with castle creations Thunderbird 9 ESC Pusher config on a scale. Prop . V . Amps . Weight GWS slowfly 76 - 7.9V - 10.1A - 285g GWS DD 73.5 - 7.6V - 5.5A - 265g GWS slowfly 84.3 - 7.4V - 9.4A - 353g * motor hot GWS slowfly 65 - 7.4V - 7.2A - 220g GWS DD 63 - 7.4V - 4A - 196g GWS DD 63 - 12.6V - 8A - 430g * spin very fast, seems to be the speed limit for my ESC.
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Crude test: 7*3.5GWS, old 2S, CC PH10, medusa meter, thrust measured with motor pushing on scale.
290g @7.5v * 6.5a~49w
1 better performance than my old CDRom motors and about the same as my neutrino. Weighs 25g, pity it is not lighter. AT less than 15bux you gotta have one in your collection.
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Mine came with broken windings. Not completely dead, it stuttered and behaved erratically. First I tried a different ESC, same thing. When I disassebled it I saw the broken wire, just 2mm from stator. I managed to solder it and put some epoxy on for isolation and mech support. Runs fine now. /A
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You can believe what they claim for this one. I bought the turnigy plush 10 amp to go with it since they claim 12 amp peak. Ive taken this combo to 14 amps plus a couple of times for brief periods so if you battery and prop to 12 amps then it should be bullet proof. The max thrust Ive seen on my thrust rig is around 480 grams but I think it would fry pretty quick, it is good for 350 grams constant for sure.