Iraj, the max suggested voltage is 11v. (3s). Tuomas might be using 4S but life of the motor might be compromised by it. 5x5 prop is also suggested for 3S. You would be running it at 33% more revs. The 5x5 prop is going to be too big for the extra revs. Safer to buy NTM Prop Drive Series 2836 2200kv that is designed for 4s and 5x5 is suggested for 4s.
I bought this motor to use with D2826-6 2200kv Outrunner Motor but nothing happens. HK 6T radio operates the servos but nothing has even buzzed on the motor. I have looked and looked, but can't find how to troubleshoot - I don't know if I have a bad motor, bad speed control, or bad radio receiver!
Can anyone help me??
ESC must be connected to channel 3. Normally CH1 - Aileron, CH2 - Elevator, CH3 - Throttle (ESC), CH4 - Rudder. Use google and find RC Airpalen Radio basics or RC receiver for beginners. Your will find many good instructions.
Josell, The instructions for the Spirit talk about a 22 to 26mm motor for the motor Pod.
if you check, the pusher motor is around 90 watts. I would try to get a motor of not more that 150w for the pod. this 2826/6 is way more powerful and is 28mm diameter. I do not expect it to fit in the pod. I would check the C20-2050kv in HK. You only have space for a 5 inch prop in the Pod.
very good motor upgrade for bixler I use with 45a esc and 6x4 prop with awesome results
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Very good motor. Can perform with up to a 7x6 prop with ease, although it will pull north of 40 amps peak current with this setup.
Kudos to HK for making this product available in the USA warehouse! Now we don't have to wait a month to get this excellent motor from Hong Kong.
Makes a fantastic upgrade motor for the Airfield/FMS 800mm warbird series. I have it in my T-28 and love it: with a 40C 1300mAh pack, this is a 400W setup with a thrust/weight ratio of over 1/1. Pocket. Rocket.
this one here is the best motor that they have for mid size plane's great power and great price very strong motor! better get them when in stock cause they go fast,lol! if you want to know which motors are the good one's look for the one's that are always out of stock!!