The Turnigy Multistar Elite Outrunners are designed with one thing in mind - maximizing Multi-rotor performance! The new Multistar Elite motors are the new standard in Multirotor performance. Each Elite motor is built for a specific type/application allowing for further refinement and efficiency/power to be optimized.
Multistar Elite motors are more than a fancy name and new dark green color. Built using the highest quality components from Japan bearings, N45SH magnets, .2mm laminations, 180deg oxygen free copper wire, .005g balancing, perfect wind laid down and 100% QC, and then the design of each motor is also evaluated for their type application and everything from their mounting, to the prop type adapters are taken into consideration. The Elite motors are truly works of art
The Elite 2204~2300kv is a precision little gem of a motor designed for the mini range of multi-rotors and optimized for a 5inch prop, perfect for those tighter frames where 5inch props is the maximum. The 2204 has a removable/replaceable knurled prop shaft for those occasional crashes, lol.. And is available in CW/CCW flavors with matching bullet hardware. The lower motor frame is chamfered for easy fitment on tighter frames and has plenty of height for mounting hardware to winding clearance.
Multistar Elite is unmatched in quality and value, and the performance speaks for its self.
• Japan Bearings
• N45SH Magnets
• .2mm Laminations
• 180deg oxygen free Copper wire
• .005g or better balancing
• Perfect laydown windings
• 100% QC
• Replaceable CW/CCW prop adapter
Lipo cells: 3~4s
Max current: 126.5w
Max Amps: 11.5A
No Load Current: 0.6A/10V
Internal Resistance: 0.125 ohm
Number of Poles: 12/14
Dimensions(Dia.xL): 22×4 mm
Motor Shaft: 3mm
prop shaft: 5mm CWx2/CCWx2 prop adapter
bolt hole spacing: 16*19 M3
Lamination thickness: .2mm
Balancing spec: .005g
Wire: 180deg oxygen free
Connectors: 2mm bullet
12.6V (3S): 50%=224g 3.7A, 100%= 371g 7.5A
(Hover amps @ 125g thrust=1.7A (x 4=500g=6.8A)
8.4V (2S): 50%=120g 2.2A, 100%= 200g 4.3A
(Hover amps @ 125g thrust=2.2A (x 4=500g=8.8A)
5x3x3 (3 blade)
12.6V (3S): 50%=232g 4.7A, 100%= 392g 9.9A
(Hover amps @ 125g thrust=2.0A (x 4=500g=8A)
8.4V (2S): 50%=134g 2.7A 100%= 221g 6.7A
(Hover amps @ 125g thrust=2.7A (x 4=500g=10.8A)
12.6V (3S): 50%=385g 7.5A, 100%= 591g 9.9A
(Hover amps @ 125g thrust=1.4A (x 4=500g=5.6A)
8.4V (2S): 50%=230g 4.8A, 100%= 367g 9.7A
(Hover amps @ 125g thrust=2.1A (x 4=500g=8.4A)
*Note: Some ESC may have sync issue if you are not running the latest software (SimonK or BLheli), Please make sure you update and configure your esc for this type of motor.
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Super moteurs pour mon tarot tl250 juste revoir les trous sur le châssis car ce sont des 2204 ,monté dessus avec une carte afro 4esc et cc3d que du bonheur
Motori di ottima qualità e molto efficienti.
1. Great "work horse" motor. Not the best performance, but a great value.
2. More durable than cobra motors. In similar (and worse) crashes I have not bent a shaft with these motors.
1. No mounting screws included
2. CW/CCW threads are a pain. In the pack I received, I got 1 CW and 3 CCW. Mounting the CCW engine in a CW rotation would result in the prop nut would spinning off. Also being a CCW thread the standard M5 lock nut wouldn't work as a replacement. The local hardware stores don't sell CCW threaded lock nuts, so this meant I had to purchase a replacement shaft kit (an extra $4 plus shipping). The green color of the replacement shafts didn't match the green of the motor bells if that matters to you.
I would sum these motors up as a good "work horse" motor for a 250 sized quad for 3S (I have yet to try pushing them with a 4S setup). They're neither the most expensive nor the best performance motor. They do have immaculately laid windings, however its not as much of a performance boost as you might think. For me they have their place since I can try maneuvers I normally wouldn't feel comfortable doing with more expensive motors/setups.
great set of motors for a low budget build racer
After only two flights one of the bells has come off. It looks like it is just press fit onto the shaft. It's progressively loosened to the point where I can just pull it off with my hand. I'm not very experienced with quads so I thought this was how it was supposed to be. However I've seen some people have had the same problem with these. They seem to be built decently otherwise but if they don't stay together, what good are they?
la confezione è abbastanza curata.mancano le viti per fissare i motori ai frame
Great value pack and they have plenty of force.
First time I try these motors and I am very satisfied with the build quality for that price the least I can say. Provide a good amount of thrust for my 250size multicopter with a 3s 2200mah battery. They were not even warm whilst pushing them through betafligh and clearflight and I believe they can handle a 4s with ease.
These are great Motors. I used them to upgrade stock motors on a Quad that crashed. They are far superior to the original Motors. I would highly recommend this for anyone looking for a 2204 2300 KV motor.
good motors for starter 250 drones if youre just getting into the hobby