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 4108-600 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 22P24S 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: 4-6s
Max current: 400w
Max Amps: 26A
No Load Current: 0.9A/10v
Internal Resistance: .098ohm
Number of Poles: 22P24S (22poles 24 stators)
Dimensions(Dia.xL):47 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)
These are probably some of the best motors you can get at this price point. I didn't see the part where it said extra long leads, so I got a nice amount of silicone wire as well after I clipped most of it off. Using these with 13x5.5 props, Tarot 680 Pro and on 2x5000Mah 4S batteries in parallel.I can't get close to the efficiency shown in the tables in files tab. I made my own ones as you can see on "Prop Motor specs.pdf" in files tab. Maybe to bad propellers? Motors could be better balanced, you can feel some vibration without propellers and makes a very strong sound at low speeds. I bought 6 of them performing in the same way.Quiet, smooth and powerful.
We'll see in the future if the bearings are on par with the rest! : )
I use these motors on a tricopter. Going to get 3 more to make a Y6. They are awesome. They look incredible, and you can just feel the quality. They run quietly, with low vibrations and they spin 12x4.5 props on 4s without even warming up a little. I highly recommend them!Excellent well balanced motor, although it states 4-6s I have been using this with 2x 5000mah 3s @ 11.1v batteries on a Tarot 650 with 12x5 and 13x5 props.
I get around 35-45 minutes flight time with the 12x5 carbon props.
Moteur idal pour le Tarot 650, utilis avec des 13x4 ou 12x4.5, son agrable et bien quilibrs.
A acheter les yeux ferms!Excellent motor! Best for the Tarot Iron Man 650 Quad!! Very smooth running on 13x4 CFK props!Did some testing today. All on 4S with an Afro 30Amp ESC.
Max prop is 12x3.8 APC 426.9Watt, 26.9Amp, 15.8V. A bit over 400Watt. Is no problem on a quad.
Sound is good. Motor is very quite and rather good ballanced out of the box.
Also tried an APC 11x4.7. It ran at max throttle with 336.8Watt, 21.1Amp, 15.8Volt.
So my choise is a 12X3.8 APC
Can't Judge about quality. It's brand new. See how it takes.
Bye! Hope you can use this!