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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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Dereelmatts  31 points - 11/21/2014
What would be the fastest 3 bladed prop for this motor? Willing to push it.
 Jake2u 63 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 63 points
this is the link
bflyin  16 points - 11/19/2014
is there a way to test a motor without frying up esc's? I did a first time startup on a new plane, tuning in the servos and firing up the motor for the first time. when I plugged the servos into the receiver and tested those first, everything functioned fine, but I thought the esc was slightly too warm for just doing that. then when I plugged the motor in and tried it out it worked great for a moment, then the esc got scorchingly hot. but before it got real hot, the motor was pulsating on its own with out throttle. I unplugged the battery, then the motor, replugged the battery in, the servos work ok, but esc was warm again. so then I unplugged the battery again, replugged the motor back in, then the battery, and smoked the esc immediately that time. didn't get a chance to unplug the battery before I smoked the esc. was it just a bad esc, or did the motor burn it up. don't want to risk another esc. the motor spins well, no smell of bad electronics. any help on how to test the motor would be most appreciated. they did give me a new esc and motor, but the other new motor might still be good.
 Tobias 1 points
How many servos do you have on your plane? They may be pulling too much amps for your esc... You might also make sure that you didn't switch the positive and negative wires, I smoked an esc once because of that. If you want to just test the motor though, get an esc that can handle waay more amps that your motor will ever produce, and measure how much it's actually pulling.
 bflyin 16 points
thanks for that tip, but there is only 3 servos on a foamy Polaris plane. they sent me a new motor and esc and everything is fine now, its just the esc seemed to give me problems from the get go. it was making my motor come on as though you gave it throttle then would cut back out and back on again, and the servos even made that one a little to warm without the motor even plugged in. but when I plugged the motor back in, the esc burned up without prompting any throttle or using any servos at the time. but i'll get my 50 amp esc out and see if that one does the same thing with the first motor. thanks for your input, it was helpful. and I am always very careful about wiring.
Vette350  96 points - 11/18/2014
can this motor take a 4s battery? can some one test it out?
 Flying Phoenix 63 points
They will take a 4s, but get very hot. I tried souping up my Rad Jet 800, but got the impression the motor wouldnt last long. It's only rated at 3s. So, if you want the motor to last, i wouldnt recommend it.
Christopher  2 points - 11/17/2014
I get around 28 amps on a 6x4 TGS sport prop. A 9 inch will kill this thing. Best you could do is maybe 7x3.
 Seung-Bong 1 points
Thanks a lot!
Seung-Bong  1 points - 11/12/2014
Can I use prop of 9x4.7 ? I am going to use bigger prop than its suggested props. Plz give me a feedback. Thanks in advance. I have 30A ESC and 2200mA (20C) LiPo battery.
 Ral fRotten 2096 points
With a 6x4 apc I'm pulling around 30amps, you'll fry the motor and your esc with a 9" prop!
 skyfox60 1091 points
30A ESC is running at limits even with a smaller prop. Ralf is right, you will burn ESC and motor with your 9 x 4.7.
 Seung-Bong 1 points
Thanks guys!!
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1 thumbs up!
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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