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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

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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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christos  62 points - 9/12/2014
Can I use it with turnigy plush 30A?
 OldFartFlyer 1492 points
I would not. A good ESC, but not rated to deliver the max amps of the motor. I use 40A ESCs for my three motors in use. You could use 35A ESC if you wish. Many operators prefer to use an ESC rated 25% above motor max amps so that there is a comfortable margin for incorrect specs. But this is not a necessary rule. Aim to avoid heat build up in the ESC - it is a waste of lipo energy and leads to short service life.
black arrow  29 points - 9/5/2014
i prefer useing 6X4 prop for such motor , 7X6 is extra load . and about the soud i believe that mario is right when he said u should balance ur prop . 6X4 sounds good to me . 7X6 better to be used with 1800 kv motor
 Mario 134 points
yeah i totaly agre with you,im haweing this motor about 2 years and still runing like new just because i use all the time an 6x4 prop...
emiel  7 points - 9/4/2014
i want to put on a 7x6 prop question is how many thrust ? does the motor over heat ?
 Mario 134 points
Max trust on 7x6 is about 1kg and it dose over heat but only in some hott summer days on this winter days is no shanse that it would over heat...
 emiel 7 points
oke , thanx i have it on my bixler with the 7x6 mpx folding prop the sound is really nice like a jet , i was wondering if i will get the same sound with a normal prop ? or what prop do i need for extra noisey flight ! :)
 Mario 134 points
Well...You wont get the same sound with a normal prop if you balance it like you should ... If you dont balance it your airplane will not just sound liek a real jet,sooner or leighter it will fall a part like an real jet when it get's hit by and rocket...
 emiel 7 points
but the mpx folding prop has a jet sound ? on de 2200 kv motor
 emiel 7 points
the motor and prop are correct no fibrations ore anything weard , the sound is like my bleu angels jet nice and loud so i want the same on my 3d racer the only thing is the mpx folding prop is a pusher so it doesnt fit as al pul version i dont have any room to the back so they can't fold backwards only forwards
carlos  1 points - 9/2/2014
good afternoon to an electric motor speed controller nesecita?
 OldFartFlyer 1492 points
I use a 40A ESC with this motor - HK Blue.
 black arrow 29 points
turnigy plush 40A
mastiff  7 points - 8/31/2014
I would like to build a quadcopter but know nothing about it. Would this motor be able to be used on a Quad. I was hoping to be able to run 9x3 or 9x4 inch props on 3s2200 and Hobbyking X525 V3 Glass Fiber Quadcopter Frame. Could someone please tell me if this is possible? Should I use 9x3 or 9x4 and what size ESC. Thank you for your help
 Daveb50 48 points
IThose high kv motors would be like learning to fly on a jet. If this is your first Quad, you would be better off with lower kv motors, somewhere around 900 to 1200 kv spinning 9-10 inch slow fly props. This will allow you time to react.
 OldFartFlyer 1492 points
About five of my flying group operate multicopters and all of them have low rev motors. That means lower Kv. This motor is a powerful little unit but at 2200Kv it is too fast. I use mine on pusher jets and for semi scale turbo prop twin. Perhaps look around the 1000Kv range.
 mastiff 7 points
Thank you for the help
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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

Good one HK

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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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