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Bumblebee - Brushless Motor

Bumblebee - Brushless Motor

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Bumblebee - Brushless Motor

Spec.
Größe: Φ34.7 x 25.9mm
Wellen
- Durchmesser: M6
KV Bewertung: 930rpm / V
Nein Ladestrom: 1,5A
@ 11.1V
Gewicht: 89 g

Testdaten

Stromspannung Strom Stütze Geschwindigkeit Schub
3s 14.5A 1038 8800rpm 1000g
  • Artikelbezeichnung 031000046
  • Brand Unknown
  • Kapazität ( mAh) -
  • Gewicht 111.0000
  • Länge 95.00
  • Breite 40.00
  • Höhe 50.00
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These are good motors. The problem is the mounting nut. The only props you can fit are the b u m blebee props, and they break easily. With a better mounting nut, I'd give these 5 stars all around.

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These are good motors. The problem is the mounting nut. The only props you can fit are the b u m blebee props, and they break easily. With a better mounting nut, I'd give these 5 stars all around.

Great replacement motor for bumblebee! I just hope the bearing last on this one!....

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Great replacement motor for bumblebee! I just hope the bearing last on this one!....

I have a lot of these engines in use on 3 quadcopters. I've used them for 2 years in user without one problem. I have about 14 of these very good engines. The right combination with the ESC is important. I have tried several ESC and for me Turnigy AE-20A is the best choice. Also a good alternative is the Turnigi Multistar 15A. I also tried with the Q Brain 20A but on the shortest times was it over and out with the Q brain. For a longest flight was the Multistar The longest flight I made with the Multi star 15A and an S3 4500mAh. I also have an original Bumblebee Quadcopter of Hobby Lord the ST550. The original ESC of HobbyLord Bumblebee can only use on the original flightcontroller of Hobbylord. But the engines are exactly the same as that at Hobbyking. Very good motor with a high trust.

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I have a lot of these engines in use on 3 quadcopters. I've used them for 2 years in user without one problem. I have about 14 of these very good engines. The right combination with the ESC is important. I have tried several ESC and for me Turnigy AE-20A is the best choice. Also a good alternative is the Turnigi Multistar 15A. I also tried with the Q Brain 20A but on the shortest times was it over and out with the Q brain. For a longest flight was the Multistar The longest flight I made with the Multi star 15A and an S3 4500mAh. I also have an original Bumblebee Quadcopter of Hobby Lord the ST550. The original ESC of HobbyLord Bumblebee can only use on the original flightcontroller of Hobbylord. But the engines are exactly the same as that at Hobbyking. Very good motor with a high trust.

I have ordered and used 6 replacement motors. Not using long mounting screws, they will short out. Problem seems to be motor shafts are galling. My normal flight is 21amps, 5600rpm, 6 min on 3S 2200mah.

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I have ordered and used 6 replacement motors. Not using long mounting screws, they will short out. Problem seems to be motor shafts are galling. My normal flight is 21amps, 5600rpm, 6 min on 3S 2200mah.

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