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I've got this motor on my phoenix 2000 with stock 10x6 folding prop and it gets red hot after a 10min flight, so hot it stinks the plane out. I don't want a smaller prop on the phoenix, I actually want an 11" or 12" prop so does anyone know if the 1100kv version of the ntm motor will suit better. Thanks
On 3S it will max out at 10x5 or maybe 10x6 but it will definitely run warm or maybe hot with a 10 x 6 likely killing your efficiency, I think the best would be a 10 x 4.5 prop but they are hard to find, that or 9 x 6's are great for this motor if your not set on a 10 inch.
Forgot to elaborate, a 9x6 or 9 x 7 would give you great fast sport flight, where as a 10 x 4-5 will be a good slow flying blade, after reading I discovered this motor is likely underrated, it seems it will handle a 10x6 prop fairly well according to one user which should be above or at it's 42A advertised limit, kudos HK for another better than advertised product :)
Very nice motor. Weight is about 110g with the NTM 35 accessory pack mounted on the motor. I have measured the motor with my Eagle Tree datalogger v3. I uploaded the data to drivecalc.de You can use this software(english version available) to test the motor with different props and voltages. its name is: NTM Series 35-30A 1400kv - timing med (15) tested by me: Blue Angel
Excellent motor! Teamed with a 3 cell Lipo, 50 A ESC and 10x6 folding prop, it pulls my 1.9 m wingspan, 1.2 kg heavy slope soarer from ground level to out of sight in only seconds, hardly getting warm. You can watch it on http://youtu.be/iEfw7Rz1OR0