Introducing our Doctor Mad Thrust High performance EDF motor series. Our Doctor has been busily working away behind the scenes to come up with this MAD series of EDF motors.......Power? - Not lacking with these!
This is 1700kv 6s version to suit 90mm EDF units, with a whopping 2600watt power output, this 36mm inrunner is not to be sniffed at!
The Dr Mad Thrust range of EDF inrunners have been built with only one thing in mind - maximum EDF performance! They feature high temperature stator windings, high quality bearings, are precision balanced for smooth running and are of a 4 pole design.
Over-engineered to handle the stress and strain of high performance EDF units and high 'C' rated packs. The Doctor has been hard at work to bring you a series of bullet proof, extreme performance EDF motors that are built to last.
Get a Doctor Mad Thrust power house for your EDF!
Max current: 105A
Max Power: 2600 watts
Suggested Rpm Operating Range: 38000rpm
Front Mounting Hole Distance: 25mm
Shaft Diameter: 5mm
Shaft Length: 16mm
Front mount Thread Size: M3
Plug type: Bullet-Connector 4.0mm
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Please restock in europe!!!!!!!!!!!!Awesome motor, just put an aditional Aluminium to sink the temperatureDidn't give 5 stars for all just because of the similar find to previous review. The motor kv rating might be quite off. When running with flyfly 7-blade fan in flyfly 90mm EDF housing, Castle ICE 120hv timing at 1 (the lowest), it gave 100 Amp at 7-cell setup (~4400mah >30C fully charged). Running full throttle for most of the time, after landing the motor measures only ~125 F, pretty cool for ~2500W motor. And my 7lb Flyfly F-4 phantom moves pretty quick. It is a very good motor for 7s (flyfly 7-blade or CS 10blade) or 8s (5-6 blade).kann nicht viel ber den motor sagen, war schlecht verpackt,die motorwelle hat den versandkarton durchschlagen,und hat nach meinem empfinden relativ viel spiel,da sie auch minimale kratzspuren hat,jetzt bin ich gespannt ob hobbyking eine schnell und unkomplizierte reklamation durchfhrt,werde das dann in einer spteren bewertung mitteilenI have this crazy Inrunner in my 2,17m F5D CFK-Hotliner with 1996g
RFM Prop 9x6 at 38mm Spinner are about 75 Amp at 4S on Ground, at another Hotliner with 45mm Spinner and same setup about 100 Amps. After flight recalculating results in lower Amp-Consume, so next time I try a little bit bigger Props from RFM (ONLY RFM because lot of RPM!!!)
These Motors are just born to drive a good Carbon-Prop!!!
The Sound is so amazing and the Power is just wow
The best choice of Speed Controller is the Hobbyking YEP 150A!
LiPo with high Current are absolutely recommended (> 100A: 4S, 3300mAh = >35C-40C).
Warm up your LiPo to 40C are good to have the full Power at the winter. ;-))
Now I have 7 different Dr. Mad Trust and I want nothing else for my Prop-Planes.
The next I just build with is the 2200KV for my 4S Pylon Racer (Shoestring, perhaps 8x8 APC).
This will give an extra kick in Sound and Speed ;-))
Tested with Taft viper 11 blade fan and only draws max 1960W, 85A on 6S 40C. The viper failed to take off from soft ground.
My another inrunner 1650kv cyclone power can easily draw around 2200W. The viper took off easily on flight test.
Considering this is not cheap too, not so valued for my $.