An excellent motor for planes up to 220 grams (8 oz) using 2 li-poly cells. Very lightweight at 19 grams including, with an integrated prop saver for APC 8x3.8 SloFly or APC 8x4 E propeller and firewall mount inbuilt. Great for small 3D planes weighing around 6 oz, or aerobatic planes up to 8 oz. Use with a 10 Amp brushlessESC and small 7.4V lithium batteries in the 400mah - 800mah range. The motor features a 3mm hardened steel shaft, dual ball bearings, integrated prop saver.
Spec. Model: A2204-14 Cells: 2-3 Kv: 1450rpm/V Maxx Eff: 74% No load Curr. .3A Max Current: 7.5A Weight: 19g Int. Resistance: 550mh Dimensions: 27.6 x 11.5mm Recomended Model: (3D 220g or less) Recomended prop: 8040/2S or 7035/3S
This is similar to the AXi 2203/52 or 2204/54 Use a 10A ESC with this motor.
8x4 on 2S is about the max for this motor with around 240Gms thrust. I would think that for a 220gr 3d plane you will need a slightly more powerful motor - something like the 2205C 1400Kv with a 9x4 on 2S delivering around 300 gms of thrust.
Bonjour, Non, pour la batterie que tu veux utilisée il n'y a pas de problème je l'utilise également...Jamaise de soucis, mais avec une helice 8*4,3 pas au dessus sinon le moteur force, chauffe est grille. Salut ...
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Kv (rpm/v) 1450
Weight (g) 19
Max Current (A) 7.5
Resistance (mh) 550
Max Voltage (V) 11
Shaft A (mm) -
Length B (mm) 12
Diameter C (mm) 28
Can Length D (mm) 5
Total Length E (mm) 18
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I plan to make a quad out of this motor. I have the 7x3,5 and the 8x4.7 allready but what about the 10x4,7 prop? can I use it without a penalty? have anyone used it before and what are the outcomes? I have plenty of turnigy plush 10A.
There are no holes, because the winding is very close to the backmounting cross. No connectors are solderd to the wires. I use to solder the motor wires to the esc after checking the turning direction. Saves weight and mostly doesn_'t need to be disassembled. Please credit:)
This little beast is mounted backmount, so you just put in in front of the firewall and screw it there. use 2x10mm self taping screws and secure them with CA glue. You can just glue it on the surface of the firewall. But better use epoxy for that application.
Amazing quality motor with good value for money. But im bit confused about suitable power set up fr it . When i used this motor with following setup:
800mah, 20c, 2s lipo
8040prop. It worked amazing fr me , but when i used it with 7x3.5 prop. my esc started smoking (burning smell) at full throttle , wat should be the reason ? please guys help me .
thank u .....!!
J'ai plusieurs moteurs 2204/14T. il est prevu pour 8x4.3. Donc, ok pour 8040GWS en 2S. je tourne aussi en 7035 et 7060. Ce n'est pas le moteur qui est en cause => soit un défaut sur l'ESC, soit une phase en defaut.
uh... current drops as the motor speeds up. The esc was probably already slightly damaged from the big prop, and once a tiny bit of damage is done, there's nothing you can do. Even reducing the current from 10A to 1A won't prevent failure, it'll just delay it. Kind of like when I got an esc wet, it didn't work right. I dried it out for a week, and it worked fine for 1/2 hour, until that little internal short from the water turning on forward and reverse at the same time slowly ate up an entire mosfet and the whole thing burned up.
the "included" prop saver is part of the motor bell. it's built in. no choice. buy a similar small hxt with a 3mm shaft like this www.link one can also be ran on 3s if you like and slightly more amp draw for more power. only 7g heavier
i need help, I was using a 12A plush turnigy ESC with a Rhino 3s 1050 mah 40c LI-po battery, and the max thrust I got is 70 gr, i don't know why if the customers said that got 200 gr for theust. Can someone tell me what configuration was used at the ESC? or what i have to do for get this thrust?http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/imag es/em_cry.gif
I get 220g of thrust and I'm using it 2s with an 8x4.3 prop and a turnigy plush 6amp 6g esc and it works great. Im currently using these on a quadcopter and it works unbelievably. https: //www .youtube .com/ watch? v= uGH-GSdTasc& feature =youtube _gdata_ player
I recently bought one of these motors and love it (except for the prop saver screws and rubber bands) I went to my local hardware store with my motor and matched up some screws with heads and also purchased a few different rubber O-rings to replace the rubber bands. Now this is the ultimate motor and such a great deal. the O-rings work perfect and the screws with heads hold the o-rings on quite well!
i replaced the screws with m3 pan head screws and use short hair ties that are about 1/2 inch diameter, and stretch it around 2 times. holds really well and survives crash with prop just crooked. and I can use different colors!
The more popular option is to make a motor mount from 1/16" plywood (or slightly thicker) just big enough to provide 1/8" of ply around the wood screw hole, or a bit more. You can even drill out the center of the plywood "disk style" or "X" mount as long as you have enough plywood to secure the motor without stress damage. Some use aluminum mounts they purchase for the motor, and some use epoxy in the foam to hold the mounting screws. I have even seen 1/4" wood dowel cut to around 1/2" long an
There are many combinations prop-battery possible. Please give some more information about: What battery you are planning to use:LiPo 2S or 3S? Type of plane you want to fly with this motor: Indoor normal, 3D? Slowflyer, parkflyer, ...
wonderful indoor motor! I have this motor on a fancy Foam Yak 55. Quiet, powerful, perfect. Running and APC slo-fly 8x3.8 with Rhino 2s/360 gives me 7-1/2 minutes of pure fun.
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Fabian van Zwol
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I bought this motor from another shop, at almost double the price.
It's a perfect engine for use on indoor foamies. With a 2S 620 mah HXT lipo and a GWS 8*4,3 I have onlimited vertical on my 170 gram (6 oz), and long flying time(If you fly with not to much throttle, you can easyily fly 8-10 minutes with this combo)
It pulls about 6A at full throttle
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Very good motor for the price. I get 230g thrust with a GWS 8x4,3 prop, 2S 400mAh Polyquest lipo and a 10A turnigy plush BESC.
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I have purschased one of this motor. I'm using in a 85cm F3P with 190g and i have a great vertical hit a GWS 8x4.3, its the best prop i have tried. With a 2s 460mah i flygh all about 8min in a hard 3d style, in f3p this can up to 10min. Its an great motor, the price its beter too. Im very satisfied with this.