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MT Dragon W50F2 480Kv

MT Dragon W50F2 480Kv

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MT Dragon W50F2 480Kv

Dimensions: 50x55.5mm
Lipo Cell Range: 4-5
I/O (A) : 1.3A
Kv: 480RPM/V
Max Load: 55A
Max Efficiency: >88%
Resistance: 72mohm
Shaft Diameter: 6mm
Weight: 307g

Recomended Model Weight: 2000-4200g

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    MTW50F2
  • Brand:
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  • Shipping Weight(g)
    330.00
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This Motor runs very great. I used 4 Lipos with a 15" 3Blade Prop at 750 Watts.My 2500 Gramm weight Yak 54 flies lika a Devil.
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Tested this motor with a HXT 4100mah 5S1P battery, using an OEMRC 60AMP BESC set on high freq., and a 14X7 APC E prop. At WOT, this motor required 59 AMPS at approximatly 19.0 volts, which is 1121 watts, at 8900 RPM. This was a static test so the current would be below the specified 55 amps max rating during flight. Installed it on my Hyperion CAP 580 at 5 pounds, it ran warm but not hot, flew like a monster. Unlimited everthing and very fast. I'm very pleased.
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This motor has the ultimate "bang for the buck"
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