DX  » view all brushless outrunner » brushless outrunner

brushless outrunner

Customers Who Bought brushless outrunner Also bought

The perfect brushless outrunner here to meet all your needs. We hope every customer enjoys their shopping experience at DX.com. We try our best to make your shopping experience stress free, so you can have the best shopping experience available.

brushless outrunner Customers Reviews

  • Low Cost - High Power

    posted by rickehrle

    I tried it with a 11.1V 3S cell 20-30C and a 20A ESC. It gave me high rotation speed and thrust for a home build 1,6m(63'') wing spann, 900g(31.7oz) with a 12cm(5'') propeler. It is really small.
    Should take care with overheating when using a 11.1V baterry or higher. Don't apply full thrust for a long time when using such high voltages.
    A really good motor with good price.
  • Did not ship with prop collet as shown

    posted by linuxslate

    Good motor. Plenty of power. Good efficiency. Well constructed. Makes any model look good and fly well.
    Plenty of power for a 450 size quadcopter and 10 x 4.5 props unless your quad is *very* heavy.
    Good motors for a budget project. Add in the price of collets (about $1US ea.) and bullet connectors.
  • Good motor

    posted by eelcogg

    Spins nice and true, no noticeable vibrations even under load. Currently swinging a 10x4.7 prop on a 2S lipo. Lots of low end torque and quiet.Comes with mount, collet type prop adapter and screws.
    Worth the money. I hope it will hold up. I hope the quality is good enough to survive a few crashes :)
    Good motor, good value
  • Very good brushless motor

    posted by deanrock

    It's a very good brushless motor, I'm using four of them on my quadcopter. They are powerful, easy to use, light and sturdy. I'm using them connected to 3 LiPo battery pack with following ESC found on this site: FLYING 30A BEC Electronic Speed Controller for Brushless Motors (ESC)
    It's really powerful but that also means that the battery will run out pretty quickly. It isn't mentioned on this site, but shaft has 3.17mm diameter.
    I recommend it to anyone wanting to build a quadcopter.
  • Cool!

    posted by Fenki

    This is a nice little motor for foam-jets. I use it in a scratch built foam jet wit about 600 gramm weight, a 7*5 pusher prop ans 1200 mAh battery. It works great and gives a good speed.
    For scrap built models I prefere cheap motors because I don't know if they can fly until they are tested.
    For 3S LiPo don't use a larger prop than 7*5.


Get great weekly deals and offers like: Collections