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
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.
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.
Well, yes, it will work but the performance is the issue. I would watch the ESC - keep it well over the 32A capacity. Watch the lipo capacity as well - probably go for the highest mAh you can get for a given weight for your model.
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. My data. Prop V Amp Watt r/min 7x4 12 29 348 16000
Good one HK Soeren
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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.