Looking for the ultimate power system for your next Multi-rotor project? Look no further!
The Turnigy Multistar outrunners are designed with one thing in mind - maximizing Multi-rotor performance! They feature high-end 45SH magnets, high quality NMB bearings and High Poles counts for less noise, smooth and responsive power and increased efficiency. They have custom motor mounting and all are precision balanced for smooth running, these motors are engineered specifically for multi-rotor use and are not based on airplane motors.
The 3508-700KV MultiStar is almost too nice to fly! The workmanship and detail in this motor is at a whole new level. It’s fitted with shimmed and pre-loaded NMB bearings and has 570mm long high grad silicon wires. It has dual prop mounting, either a bolt on 6mm shaft prop hub or the 12mm spacing bolt threw prop attachment with a precision upper thrust washer for an unlimited range of props. And with 14P12S pole count its smooth efficient and has loads of torque.
Multistar is simplifying the world of Multi-Rotors with their purpose built product line and taking the guess work out of your setup.
Lipo cells: 3-4s
Max current: 360w
Max Amps: 28A
No Load Current: 0.5A/10v
Internal Resistance: .083ohm
Number of Poles: 14P12S (14poles 12 stators)
Dimensions(Dia.xL):43 x 26mm
Motor Shaft: 4mm
prop shaft: 6mm bolt on hub or 12mm hole to hole for bolt threw style props
bolt hole spacing: 19mm * 25mm
Max Currents (A)
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Total Length E(mm)
This motor is pretty good and proper KV for 600-700 class Multicopter.
I installed this in my Tarrot 650 X-copter. with 12x4.5 and 11x4.5 APC prop.
Both setting of them works well. But 12-inch prop is better, It's more power.
I uses Hobbywing X-Rotor ESC - 40amp. Because it has connector on it's board, it's well fit with this motor's long load(it's good point also).
But, I think the quality of the bearing is quite poor. Some fall-off make the bearing get bad. But I recommend this motor for the 600-700 class multicopter strongly.
It's quite good.very nice motors. Running on a 2300grams tarot 690 hexa. 3s and 13x5.5 propps. current is 20-27amps hovering in very windy weather.
got 12 mins on 6000mah 3s
I have been using Afro esc. Got sync issue on one esc and had to reflash to the latest 2013-10-.. firmware. Now i got 30 minutes in the fram from schratch build and all working very well!No mounting screws, that's a bit strange. Every other motor I have purchased from Hobbyking includes them so didn't thinks twice. With hindsight I should have picked it up from the photos. Hindsight is a wonderful thing.