NTM Prop Drive Series 28-26A 1200kv / 250w (AUS Warehouse)
NTM Prop Drive motors are rock-solid performance outrunners with tight windings, quality bearings, correctly rated magnets, balanced stator and flux rings plus they are QC checked at 14 points, from material processing all the way through to final dyno test.
Because we design and build these motors completely in-house (from 3D/2D drawing to materials sourcing, machining, balancing, final assembly and dyno) we can completely control production and ensure product consistency from design right through to shipping the product to you. The removal of middle-men has meant we can drive better value to the market and retail these motors at factory(our) prices! All performance figures are real and tested on our own motor dynos. Our QC engineers check and balance each motor before shipping to the HobbyKing.com warehouse.
Hi Scott, i contacted CS and was ***ped around to about 3 or 4 people. To be told to send the items back, however i no longer have the destroyed bearings? you might be able to find bits of it in the motor lol. So i simply told them that i can send it back or they can send me two new ones. That didn't go down well as they gave me a spiel on how this isn't one of those companies and its not how they do business and so forth and they want the motor back and so forth... Now i'm happy to send stuff back but i don't want to wait 100 days even 1 week to get a replacement motor. I'm not shy from paying extra money for better products hence why i ordered some tiger motors, but i didn't expect these NTM's to fall apart so soon as I've read good stuff about them. Any other suggestions. As he didn't give me ANY information in-regards to send the item back.
I bought 4 of these motors and one was dead on arrival,not happy Jan :( now i have to wait to get my Quad in the air.No point in sending it back,not worth it cheaper just to buy another and hope for the best.
Once again bananabender you've been great advice mate. even though you advise of your fisrt copter also, you seem to have the right way of explaing this to me. I've decided to do for the middle Prop motor 1000kv, the amps are 21 however but I think should be ok, do you think (keeping in mind the output for the ESC is 20/30max output. Should I assume the 30max will be ok. The reason I chose this motor is that ut*s the only one available in Aus stock, and want all the parts before xmas, as all the others are not in Aus.
Anyway, the last thing is to get the propellers, and see there are 2 types ( straight standard and Y. I was about to get some straight ones (8x4.5) but now I thinking Y config. Im reviewing what the difference is with the pitch and what power it consumes with the different angles, but the Y config has thrown a spanner in the works. What do you recommend?
Cheers mate, was thinking I might go for the NTM Prop Drive Series 2836 750kv?
Do you know what to look out for in a battery? I was thinking the Turnirgy Nano 2200 battery. 35-70c or 45-90c or 25-50c Lipo pack. Hmmm... whats the diff?
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but C rating you want hi C rated lipos 45-90C would be the way to go but anything over 40c constant will be ok , in my cars it makes alot of difference having the big C rated lipos they seem more efficuent can feed more amps to motor for longer under hi power loads etc the nanotechs are the go but even the blue zippy packs around 45c constant ive had good luck with , ive seen people using upto 3300mah on some quads in the forums but seems flight times still around the same as to extra weight being carried etc
yea mate im no pro still havent put mine together or flown it built alot of cars mainly , im building a Y6 copter and went with 750kv they use slow fly props these things , i think you will be right still but just watch the rpm`s could without care destroy a prop maybe under hi rpms , its volts x kv rating gives rpm output of motor so keep that in mind with ya lipo you use 750kv x 4s around 14volts = 10,500rpm or 1200kv x 14volts = 16,800rpm maybe find out what ya props can handle rpm wise , if they will handle it , it will be more zippy more watts is more power to could be alot of fun , what are you using it for video or photography or just to fly ? if you allready have the motor id be trying them out and just keep a eye on the heat and hi rpms and should be right but others no doubt could give better advice
Am new to this and need some help with my QuadCopter, specifically with the motors.
I'm using a X525 frame and I have 4 x Turnigy ESC that is 20A/30A - (Current/Peak)
BEC Voltage : 5.5v
BEC Current: 2A
No# of cells 5-12NI-MH /2-6 Lipo
Considering the weight and looking for sufficient thrust, what motor should I be looking for? I understand that the motors amp should be less than the ESC peak ampage, by say 10-20% to stop the motor from burning up. What else do I need to consider?
Thanks guys n girls:)
from research i done the 750kv - 900kv or there abouts is the go for quads , you want grunt not rpms as for esc check your motors max amps and allow a little headroom so if motor draw 21 amps max then 25 - 30amp esc would be the go , need to watch the weight to and take that into account
Once again they send only half the required stock to the aussie warehouse. I guess ill just have to order the accessory pack with my next hongkong order. would prefer to be able to order from australia thou. much quicker and better shipping rates
Really that's not very hard to look up
PRODUCT ID: NTM28-ACC
bought 4 of these for my quad, 3 of them ok, 1 way out of balance! had to order another one! they say balance each motor before shipping to the HobbyKing.com warehouse? YOU MISSED ONE HOBBYKING!!!!
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These are normally called Juz motors in the MultiRotor world, adding this here as many people look for them and get confused which version are the actual Juz motors, well it's these.
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I bought these as recommended by Flight Test. Hopefully I'll have success with them. I'm using it for the FT3D. For me it's worth the risk trying this rather than paying 3 times the amount at the local hobby shop. Josh I hope your advise is solid brother.