MultiStar V-Spec 2205 - 2350KV Multi-Rotor Motor (CW)
The Turnigy Multistar range of V-Spec Outrunners are designed for maximum performance. We've specified genuine N45SH magnets and copper wire with a very impressive lamination thickness of just .15mm allowing us to densely pack the stator with copper. So what does that mean? Just straight up performance.
V-Spec motors use current best practice manufacturing methods; Japanese bearings, N45SH magnets,NEW more efficient .15mm laminations, 180degC oxygen free copper wire .42mm single wire, 0.005g balancing tolerance, precision windings and rigorous post production inspection to ensure that only motors fully matching the specifications are made available for sale.
V-Spec motors are perfect for 150 to 290 size quads. They come with a larger 3mm shaft and bigger bearings for motors of this size. V-Spec motors have far less sync errors than other motors making them more responsive to pilot input. They are an excellent companion for 4-6” propellers.
• N45SH Magnets
• NEW more efficient 0.15mm Laminations
• 180deg oxygen free Copper wire
• 0.005g or better balancing
• NEW .42mm Single wire wound precision windings
• larger 3mm motor shaft
• larger bearing than similar sized motors
• lower sync errors
• ideal for 4-6" propellers
No Load Current: 0.6A/10V
Number of Poles:12N/14P
Dimensions: 22 x 5mm
Prop shaft: 5mm
Bolt hole spacing: 16 x 19mm
Lamination thickness: 0.15mm
Balancing spec: 0.005g or better
Really nice Motors for the price lots of power.what does "cw" mean?Got this motor for 2 month now, flying nearly each day and it still runs as good as when i received it. On 4s 1800 and 30a esc with a 5045 2blade prop it produces around 900g thrust. Im using this in my plane, not very good cooled, but i can fly 5 min full throttle without overheating. Only downside is, that it is not that powerfull on 3s (around 500g thrust with 5045 2blade)I use these motors on my new 210 mm quad, they are way more powerful than the 2204 motors and the price is just unbelievable. I have the multistar 2204 on my zmr 250 but I think I will make the swap to these motors. And again, the price is just so good :)Good motors - using 8"BNX4.5 (trimmed to 5.75") on 4S in quad setup. Comes down warm, whereas 2304 Elites would have to be throttle managed on 4S to avoid burning. Pulling a wee bit over 20A each static. Coupled with 65C 1.5Ah Graphenes, this little thing is peppy. One adapter screw hole was drilled off center - not a big deal, but you'd expect this drilling pattern to be automated and free from defect. Still a winner in my book!Двигатели отличные... Думаю прослужат долго. Отлично смотрятся на Robocat 270.я доволен!Good value motors, and perform very well for the price. I bought a set of 4 to go into a BlackOps 5" build with a set of Flycolor 390 30 Amp ESC's. Currently pushing 5x4x3 and 5x4.6.3 props under 4S and motors are always coming down cool.
After several hard crashes into the dirt, grass, trees, etc they are still running straight and true apart from one front motor which has developed a slight bearing noise under certain loads but bearing still feels good with no play, just feels a little looser than the others. Quad fairly screams along in this configuration so the motors are certainly not slouches in performance by any stretch of the imagination.
If they can put up with the abuse I have handed out they are worth the money especially at the current pricing. They may be better performing motors around but these motors represent good value.very good price, no problems with this motorgreat motors, very quiet spinning compared to my old motors.I have used the Multistar elite 2204 motors for a while, and upgraded to the Cobra 2204, 2300 kv motors for my 250 quadcopter. I built a 220 sized quadcopter and used the multistar 2204, 2300kv motors to break the quad in. Once I saw these 2205 motors I jumped at the chance, as I am a fan of the 2204s. I have been running these motors now for about a week, and I can say I am very happy with their overall quality, their speed is incredible on 3 and 4S, and if they are as tough as the 2204 Multistar elite, then I will stick with these for quite a while. As compared to my Cobra motors, these have a similar feel, and run very smooth and cool. I filmed these clips with the V-Spec 2205 motors: