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Turnigy Multistar 4822-390Kv 22Pole Multi-Rotor Outrunner

Turnigy Multistar 4822-390Kv 22Pole Multi-Rotor Outrunner

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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 - maximising Multi-rotor performance! They feature high-end 45SH magnets, high quality NMB bearings, 22 Poles, custom motor mount and all are precision balanced for smooth running, these motors are engineered specifically for multi-rotor use.

The 4822-390 includes a prop adapter(6mm) and has a built in aluminium mount for quick and easy installation on your multi-rotor frame. These motors are supplied inside a nice foam lined Multistar metal box.

These Multistar outrunners have been specifically designed from the ground up for multi-rotor use and are not based on aeroplane motors.


Spec:
KV(RPM/V): 390
Lipo cells: 6s
Max Surge Watts(W): 300
Working current: 11 amps
Max.current(10s): 15 amps
No Load Current: 0.25 amp
Intemal Resistance: 0.17 ohm
Number of Poles: 22
Dimensions(Dia.xL): 47.5 x 25 mm
Shaft: 3 mm
Prop: 12 x 3 - 14 x 5
Weight: 98 g

*Color may vary

  • SKU 9392000001
  • Brand MultiStar
  • Shipping Weight 281.0000
  • Length 110.00
  • Width 60.00
  • Height 75.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 390.00
  • Max Current (A) 15.00
  • Resistance (mh) 170.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 22.00
  • Power (W) 300.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 3.00
  • Length B (mm) 25.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 48.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 10.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 28.00
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Still nice for the price (22 euros) but you should have spare bearings (4x11x4) they won't last.
I am very careful in props balancing but I use 16¨ and they put more stress on bearings, 4s config so I´m not on the max rpm.
I'm changing to steel/ceramic for testing I´ll post results.
No other issues but bearing so far.

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Still nice for the price (22 euros) but you should have spare bearings (4x11x4) they won't last.
I am very careful in props balancing but I use 16¨ and they put more stress on bearings, 4s config so I´m not on the max rpm.
I'm changing to steel/ceramic for testing I´ll post results.
No other issues but bearing so far.

flying with 4 of these 1245, dys esc blheli (medium timing) and no sinc issues. Runs cool and smooth. only few hours. value 5 cause cost only 22 euros. posted 11/06/17.

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flying with 4 of these 1245, dys esc blheli (medium timing) and no sinc issues. Runs cool and smooth. only few hours. value 5 cause cost only 22 euros. posted 11/06/17.

I have 8 of these and they easily compete with some of those more expensive brands. I've tried 1555 props and 1747 props, but the 17inch ones actually produce less thrust (they struggle more, plus I get tons of vibration). If there is benefit of using bigger props it would be efficiency and not thrust....that has been my experience with these motors at least.

Note: I run these with 20A HV Afros and THEY DO have sync issues. It caused me to crash once. I reflashed with BLHeli and it solved all problems. So go with Multistar brand if possible (choose BLHeli, not simonk!!! simonk WILL have sync issues with this motor, why, I don't know)

Also, I have tested with a home test rig and got a max of 2200g thrust!!!! I didn't take note, but I think I was running a 6S for those trials (was trying 4S and 6S).

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I have 8 of these and they easily compete with some of those more expensive brands. I've tried 1555 props and 1747 props, but the 17inch ones actually produce less thrust (they struggle more, plus I get tons of vibration). If there is benefit of using bigger props it would be efficiency and not thrust....that has been my experience with these motors at least.

Note: I run these with 20A HV Afros and THEY DO have sync issues. It caused me to crash once. I reflashed with BLHeli and it solved all problems. So go with Multistar brand if possible (choose BLHeli, not simonk!!! simonk WILL have sync issues with this motor, why, I don't know)

Also, I have tested with a home test rig and got a max of 2200g thrust!!!! I didn't take note, but I think I was running a 6S for those trials (was trying 4S and 6S).

I have 8 of these and they easily compete with some of those more expensive brands. I've tried 1555 props and 1747 props, but the 17inch ones actually produce less thrust (they struggle more, plus I get tons of vibration). If there is benefit of using bigger props it would be efficiency and not thrust....that has been my experience with these motors at least.

Note: I run these with 20A HV Afros and THEY DO have sync issues. It caused me to crash once. I reflashed with BLHeli and it solved all problems. So go with Multistar brand if possible (choose BLHeli, not simonk!!! simonk WILL have sync issues with this motor, why, I don't know)

Also, I have tested with a home test rig and got a max of 2200g thrust!!!! I didn't take note, but I think I was running a 6S for those trials (was trying 4S and 6S).

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I have 8 of these and they easily compete with some of those more expensive brands. I've tried 1555 props and 1747 props, but the 17inch ones actually produce less thrust (they struggle more, plus I get tons of vibration). If there is benefit of using bigger props it would be efficiency and not thrust....that has been my experience with these motors at least.

Note: I run these with 20A HV Afros and THEY DO have sync issues. It caused me to crash once. I reflashed with BLHeli and it solved all problems. So go with Multistar brand if possible (choose BLHeli, not simonk!!! simonk WILL have sync issues with this motor, why, I don't know)

Also, I have tested with a home test rig and got a max of 2200g thrust!!!! I didn't take note, but I think I was running a 6S for those trials (was trying 4S and 6S).

high quality brushless DC motor.
4S battery @ 17x5.5 propeller; 1193 grams thrust, 173W , 11.3A
Very efficient motor. I suggest you guys should use it 5S with 15x5.5 propeller (Not 6S)
If you wanna use it with 6S you can aslo buy AFRO 20A esc which is very slim.
PRODUCT ID: 9192000130-0

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high quality brushless DC motor.
4S battery @ 17x5.5 propeller; 1193 grams thrust, 173W , 11.3A
Very efficient motor. I suggest you guys should use it 5S with 15x5.5 propeller (Not 6S)
If you wanna use it with 6S you can aslo buy AFRO 20A esc which is very slim.
PRODUCT ID: 9192000130-0

I bought 6 of these for my hex build - running with 20A AFRO Opto ESCs. They are great quality. Work fine with the ESCs, no sync issues. Run smooth, well balanced.

Note: With cables (they're very long, >50cm long in fact) it weighs 120g, not 98g.

Only problem was one spun at about 30pcnt slower than the others no matter what I did. ESC changes, FC port changes, same thing. Currently going through a warranty replacement with HK.

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I bought 6 of these for my hex build - running with 20A AFRO Opto ESCs. They are great quality. Work fine with the ESCs, no sync issues. Run smooth, well balanced.

Note: With cables (they're very long, >50cm long in fact) it weighs 120g, not 98g.

Only problem was one spun at about 30pcnt slower than the others no matter what I did. ESC changes, FC port changes, same thing. Currently going through a warranty replacement with HK.

These work fine with 4S battery. Running 4 on a tarrot 650 with 4s battery and ztw opto 30a esc. Running 17x5.5" props no problem. One of mine has a bad bearing form only one flight though, which sucks. However, it was really easy to get a new one sent to me for free (without having to send mine back.) I guess you can't complain too much. As long as the others hold up fine, Id recommend the motors. You can use up to 18" props just fine with these motors and 4S/5S/6S all will work fine. If your looking for props - Get the Supreme props or the Supreme lite props from foxtechfpv they have 6mm center holes and work amazingly with these motors.

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These work fine with 4S battery. Running 4 on a tarrot 650 with 4s battery and ztw opto 30a esc. Running 17x5.5" props no problem. One of mine has a bad bearing form only one flight though, which sucks. However, it was really easy to get a new one sent to me for free (without having to send mine back.) I guess you can't complain too much. As long as the others hold up fine, Id recommend the motors. You can use up to 18" props just fine with these motors and 4S/5S/6S all will work fine. If your looking for props - Get the Supreme props or the Supreme lite props from foxtechfpv they have 6mm center holes and work amazingly with these motors.

This motors are good, but not as good as the old one.

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This motors are good, but not as good as the old one.

Great stuff! Mounted on a tarot 650 pro, with 17x5.5 CF propeller and 4s Lipo 5000 and 8000 mah (multistar). Hover at 16A for 2kg, low noise close to an "heli noise" on high angle turns.

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Great stuff! Mounted on a tarot 650 pro, with 17x5.5 CF propeller and 4s Lipo 5000 and 8000 mah (multistar). Hover at 16A for 2kg, low noise close to an "heli noise" on high angle turns.

Gut verarbeitet, sehr lange anschlussleitungen.

Optimal um bei Multicoptern lange Flugzeiten zu erreichen.

x900 tricopter schafft mein Rumfliegen 30 Minuten mit 5000 ah 4s.

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Gut verarbeitet, sehr lange anschlussleitungen.

Optimal um bei Multicoptern lange Flugzeiten zu erreichen.

x900 tricopter schafft mein Rumfliegen 30 Minuten mit 5000 ah 4s.

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