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Brushless Outrunner 3536 850Kv With Propeller Adapter

Brushless Outrunner 3536 850Kv With Propeller Adapter

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13,14 €
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Váha:
180 g
SKU:
413000002
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Spec:
Max current: 45A
Max Power: 450w
Cell count: 11.1v (3s)
Idle current: 1.2
Resistance: 0.065mh
Suggested ESC: 50A
Diameter of shaft: 5mm
Dimension: 35mm x 36mm
Total length: 85mm (including prop adapter)
Bolt holes spacing: 16mm & 19 mm
Bolt thread: M3
Connection: 3.5mm 
Weight: 126g

Includes:
Propeller adapter

Note: Does not include X type motor mount

 

  • SKU 413000002
  • Brand -
  • Kapacita ( mAh ) -
  • Hmotnost ( g ) 180.00
  • Délka 88.00
  • Width 55.00
  • Výška 65.00
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I bought 2 and both motors had rusted magnets. Since I've rewound motors before I opened them up and cleaned the metal filings using masking tape. But most people I know would simply have thrown them away. Even if you're the kind of person who's comfortable opening a motor can you'd still probably throw these away as the C-clip used to hold the motor together are very fragile and mine broke when I opened the motor. I had to fabricate my own replacement C-clips. Most people I know wouldn't be able to fabricate C-clips or know where to find replacement C-clips. After cleaning the rust I spray painted the magnets with lacquer to prevent future rusting.

Apart from the horrible quality control and poor C-clip, this motor is actually very well built. I can only speculate that there's a leaky roof somewhere at the warehouse where these motors are kept that ruined a batch. Once cleaned up they perform quite well.

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I bought 2 and both motors had rusted magnets. Since I've rewound motors before I opened them up and cleaned the metal filings using masking tape. But most people I know would simply have thrown them away. Even if you're the kind of person who's comfortable opening a motor can you'd still probably throw these away as the C-clip used to hold the motor together are very fragile and mine broke when I opened the motor. I had to fabricate my own replacement C-clips. Most people I know wouldn't be able to fabricate C-clips or know where to find replacement C-clips. After cleaning the rust I spray painted the magnets with lacquer to prevent future rusting.

Apart from the horrible quality control and poor C-clip, this motor is actually very well built. I can only speculate that there's a leaky roof somewhere at the warehouse where these motors are kept that ruined a batch. Once cleaned up they perform quite well.

__ Prop/Amps/Watts/Grams of Thrust _____
11x7x3/27A/295W/1380g ___ 12x8x2/32A/340W/1515g ___ 13x6x2/36A/375W/1735g ___ 12x10x2/39A/400W/1265g ___ 11x7x4/43A/441W/1775g

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

__ Prop/Amps/Watts/Grams of Thrust _____
11x7x3/27A/295W/1380g ___ 12x8x2/32A/340W/1515g ___ 13x6x2/36A/375W/1735g ___ 12x10x2/39A/400W/1265g ___ 11x7x4/43A/441W/1775g

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