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D2826-6 2200kv Outrunner Motor

D2826-6 2200kv Outrunner Motor

D2826-6 2200kv Outrunner Motor
Rpm/V: 2200kv
Shaft: 3.17mm
Voltage: 2S~3S (7.4v to 11.1v)
Weight: 50g
Watts: 342w
Max Current: 34A
ESC: 40A
Suggested Prop: 7x4(2S) ~ 5x5 (3S) 
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle: 16mm or 19mm

PRODUCT ID: D2826-62200

Kv(rpm/v) 2200
Weight (g) 50
Max Current(A) 34
Resistance(mh) 0
Max Voltage(V) 11
Power(W) 342
Shaft A (mm) 3.17
Length B (mm) 31
Diameter C (mm) 28
Can Length (mm) 14
Total Length E (mm) 41
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Weight: 83g
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Price  HKD79.23

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DJM Modelworks  4 points - 12/10/2014
Hi Mukhdi, I have used the same setup many times and find that it can manage it on a very light plane. If your plane is over 15 oz you will be best reducing prop size down to a 6x4 or if you are needing a bigger prop then consider a lower KV motor for example the D2826-10 1400kv Hope this helps.
Mukhdi  5 points - 12/9/2014
My combination with this motor got the motor very hot after landed 2200mah 3s battery, plush 40A esc, 7x4 prop Is it ok?
 Nguyen 3 points
I used a 6x4 prop and it 's still hot. I think it 's ok, just give the motor some air.
uhgyvuhkbmn  4 points - 12/6/2014
 Ral fRotten 2115 points
If you use a 40amp esc you'll be safe, best with a 6x4 prop, max a 7x6 prop
 Nguyen 3 points
So an 40A ESC can still handle this motor with a 6x4 prop?
 Ral fRotten 2115 points
With my apc style 6x4 props yes it can, if you want to run a 7x6 you'll need to go to a 50amp...I run this motor with both those combinations, not all props are the same, it's best to check with an amp meter but like I said I run both combinations with no problems,
 Ral fRotten 2115 points
Also my motors are in open air, not inside a fuselage, and they just run warm
 Nguyen 3 points
I did a ground test with a 40A ESC, 6x4 prop and the esc got really hot after about 2 min. So I gone with a 60A turnigy plush. It add a bit weight but that 's my only choice.
 Ral fRotten 2115 points
It would be cheaper in the long run to buy yourself an amp meter so you don't have to buy too big an esc,, also in a ground test you have no real airflow over the esc, some of my planes like my wingwing Z-84 that has this motor with a slightly cut down super slim7x6 apc style prop (5mm off blade tips to fit between fins) only runs a 30amp mystery esc off of a 1300mah 3s 25-50c battery, I had this plane for over 12months with no problems, again different props will pull different power best checked with an amp meter, I bought a amp meter off ebay for $25 it goes to 130 amps, I use it on all my models too check amps with different props, anyway with a 60amp esc you wont have any problems LOL!! :-)
 Nguyen 3 points
Hmmm, make sense. May be it 's time to get an amp meter
Angelo  2 points - 12/2/2014
vorrei sapere se e disponibile articolo 2826-6KV2200 grazie
Dereelmatts  33 points - 11/21/2014
What would be the fastest 3 bladed prop for this motor? Willing to push it.
 Jake2u 66 points
Hi im using the 7x4.5 three blade prop on a 3s and it crazy fast and making over 1.4kg of thrust. And still getting 17min flight off my 2200mah 3s battery. This is a video of me using this setup on my bixler 2
 Jake2u 66 points
this is the link
 skyfox60 1100 points
with a 7x4,5 and 1,4K of thrust, 17 min? Is it a glider and you added the gliding time? I use a 6x6 speed prop and I have at least 3 to 4 minute with 2200mAh 3S, but with 100% throttle permanently.
 Jake2u 66 points
I don't glide with my bixler 2, but i get 17min with throttle management and when i cruise around fast i will get about 12 min flight time.
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i use this motor with 3s 2200mAh 20C 40/50 ESC hobbyking and 7*35GWS DD, very fast motor, a bit hot but this motor is good

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Fantastic, Wonderfull, Great. This motor is a SUPER bargin for the money.This motor can really take 342W.
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Prop V Amp Watt r/min
7x4 12 29 348 16000

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This motor is the nut's.i fitted it to my TB-20 with a 8x6 prop & a 3s 1300mah nanotec ,it now fly's faster than some of my duct fan jet's. awwsom mt tb-20 has no limit vetical it pulss off all outside loop's with ease my full up weight is 750grm with some renforcement.& i am getting 850grm of frust...well worth the cost.Nice one hk.

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otimo motor bem economico e forte.

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Solid little motor. Using it in Easy Glider on 2s with a 9x5 prop. Pulls 30amps for 200w. Lightweight powertrain for this glider. With a sentry 40amp ESC great value.

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