4 January, 2015 at 22:44 #8733
Thinking about these motors for a first time build. The specs say max 15a draw, so that would be well under the 20a ESC ratings.
These are the ESCs I’m thinking of getting:
And of course the KK2. About the KK2, it has been 20 years since i have messed with helos, and from what I gather the KK2 is an all-in-one gyro/mixer/stabilizer.
Rob4 January, 2015 at 23:34 #8736
These are the f20 a with simon-k.
http://witespyquad.gostorego.com/speed-controllers/f-20a-fire-red-normal-esc-with-rapidesc-fw-for-multirotor.html4 January, 2015 at 23:46 #8737
I think those motors will work well but I am not sure.
They are a little smaller than what I am using.
I am using the T-Motor Mt 22-16 900KV V2 on 4s with 9-5 HQ-e props.5 January, 2015 at 01:12 #8740
Ok, thankyou. Do you know of any links or tutorials to teach myself about the motors and how they are numbered? I have gathered that the first two digits are the motor diameter in MM, but what is the second set? I also gather that the XXXkv is RPM per volt?5 January, 2015 at 03:24 #8743
Go to 7 min 50 sec in this video5 January, 2015 at 03:48 #8744
Thx. I am thinking about getting into these copters, and I think the 3 rotor should be fine for me as a beginner. I have flown R/C helos a long time ago, and i was into R/C cars while I lived in Japan, so this looks to be quite interesting.5 January, 2015 at 20:09 #8762
Get the blade nano qx before you get a tricopter.6 January, 2015 at 20:10 #8837RCExplorer – DavidKeymaster
Those are the same as the Emax 980kV motors, they work ok on 4S and 9×5 props. They get a bit warm and they don’t get quite the same flight time. On a scale of 1-10 I would put them at 5. 🙂
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