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MT Dragon W35C3 980Kv

MT Dragon W35C3 980Kv

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MT Dragon W35C3 980Kv

Dimensions: 35x36mm
Voltage Range: 6-15V
I/O (A) : 1.5A
Kv: 980RPM/V
Max Load: 28A
Max Efficiency: 78%
Resistance: 65mohm
Shaft Diameter: 4mm
Weight: 105g
Poles: 14

Recomended Model Weight: 1000-1900g

  • SKU MTW35C3
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I put this on a 46 inch wingspan CAP232 and have swung 10x7 to 11x7 props on it on 3 cells. I really feel it would comfortably swing a 12 in prop without breaking a sweat. The 10-inch props are a little under propped for the application, pulling 11-12amps, WOT. The 11's are just about right. I haven't sent the plane vertical till its a speck, yet, cause I'm still wringing it out. It's a fairly heavy bird but this motor pulls it anywhere I point it with no problems.

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I put this on a 46 inch wingspan CAP232 and have swung 10x7 to 11x7 props on it on 3 cells. I really feel it would comfortably swing a 12 in prop without breaking a sweat. The 10-inch props are a little under propped for the application, pulling 11-12amps, WOT. The 11's are just about right. I haven't sent the plane vertical till its a speck, yet, cause I'm still wringing it out. It's a fairly heavy bird but this motor pulls it anywhere I point it with no problems.

Powering a newly built Great Planes Spectra electric sailplane, the MT Dragon 980kV motor provides excellent power and efficiency. Spinning an 11x6 folding prop with a 3-cell Hextronik battery, it only pulls a little over 16 amps (static tested) so a larger, more efficient prop is in order for this application. The motor gets slightly warm on extended climbs, which is to be expected when running at full throttle. Overall, a very powerful, efficient motor!



The hardware supplied with the motor would allow just about any possible mounting scenario, and I was pleasantly surprised to discover gold-plated wire plugs already installed and heat-shrinked from the factory. Windings are clean and tidy, and terminal wires are well protected.



A surprising value - I would not have expected such a quality product for this low price!

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Powering a newly built Great Planes Spectra electric sailplane, the MT Dragon 980kV motor provides excellent power and efficiency. Spinning an 11x6 folding prop with a 3-cell Hextronik battery, it only pulls a little over 16 amps (static tested) so a larger, more efficient prop is in order for this application. The motor gets slightly warm on extended climbs, which is to be expected when running at full throttle. Overall, a very powerful, efficient motor!



The hardware supplied with the motor would allow just about any possible mounting scenario, and I was pleasantly surprised to discover gold-plated wire plugs already installed and heat-shrinked from the factory. Windings are clean and tidy, and terminal wires are well protected.



A surprising value - I would not have expected such a quality product for this low price!

MT Dragon W35C3 980Kv



I purchased this motor for my Fliton Extra 260 mini. The specs on the MT Dragon W35C4 830Kv convinced me to pick one up but knowing I might not sping a large prop, I decided to purchase the midrange Kv rating of the series. It gives me great performance with an APC 12x6E but Im going to try to slow the plane down a little and try to get more torque out of this motor. As it is, Ive got the MT Dragon W35C2 1290Kv performs better with a simple APC 11x4.7 SF so I would suggest going with this motor instead. Ill update my feedback with this 980Kv motor as soon as I find the right prop. Overall great motor for the power to weight ratio and money.



For excellent torque, I must say this motor absolutely performs. It comes with pre-soldered 3.5mm bullet connectors (which is what I usually use anyway) and the prop adapter is made thicker and stronger then its smaller 20-20L counterpart. For the money, I certainly recommend this motor for those looking for a larger motor than the 20-20L flying 3-D models weighing up to 32 ounces. I must admit the weight scared me at first, but after the first flight, Im convinced this motor will not disappoint.

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MT Dragon W35C3 980Kv



I purchased this motor for my Fliton Extra 260 mini. The specs on the MT Dragon W35C4 830Kv convinced me to pick one up but knowing I might not sping a large prop, I decided to purchase the midrange Kv rating of the series. It gives me great performance with an APC 12x6E but Im going to try to slow the plane down a little and try to get more torque out of this motor. As it is, Ive got the MT Dragon W35C2 1290Kv performs better with a simple APC 11x4.7 SF so I would suggest going with this motor instead. Ill update my feedback with this 980Kv motor as soon as I find the right prop. Overall great motor for the power to weight ratio and money.



For excellent torque, I must say this motor absolutely performs. It comes with pre-soldered 3.5mm bullet connectors (which is what I usually use anyway) and the prop adapter is made thicker and stronger then its smaller 20-20L counterpart. For the money, I certainly recommend this motor for those looking for a larger motor than the 20-20L flying 3-D models weighing up to 32 ounces. I must admit the weight scared me at first, but after the first flight, Im convinced this motor will not disappoint.

It seems to be a good and strong motor.

I've put it in my funjet with HXT 4S 2200 and APC-E 7x5.

Excellent results : 14,55V 12,4A at 12800rpm.

Vertical climbs are much comfotable than with previous high KV motor and 5x5 propeller.

I'll try a 7x7 to have a faster plane.

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It seems to be a good and strong motor.

I've put it in my funjet with HXT 4S 2200 and APC-E 7x5.

Excellent results : 14,55V 12,4A at 12800rpm.

Vertical climbs are much comfotable than with previous high KV motor and 5x5 propeller.

I'll try a 7x7 to have a faster plane.

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