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#1 gitit20 Jul 06, 2012 05:50 AM

AEO-RC CR23L Contra-Rotating Motors (Semi Heavy Lift?)
 
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So i was browsing the web and came across this on x-heli

http://www.xheli.com/88e-mc361-cr23l...e2-1100kv.html

This is a counter rotating 2 prop motor with a central mount @ 1100KV only 60 bucks It's definitely not a T-Motor but looks to be pretty good build quality and I'm also thinking if one motor where to fail you could still make it home.

I was wondering if you guys think this would be a good idea for an FPV setup to carry an SLR camera such a Nikon D-90 or such I'm thinking something in the 450 to 600mm range. what do you guys think of this? Maybe with GWS 10x5 3 bladed props as well?


Thanks for any input...

#2 Gh05trider Jul 06, 2012 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by gitit20 (Post 22088120)
So i was browsing the web and came across this on x-heli

http://www.xheli.com/88e-mc361-cr23l...e2-1100kv.html

This is a counter rotating 2 prop motor with a central mount @ 1100KV only 60 bucks It's definitely not a T-Motor but looks to be pretty good build quality and I'm also thinking if one motor where to fail you could still make it home.

I was wondering if you guys think this would be a good idea for an FPV setup to carry an SLR camera such a Nikon D-90 or such I'm thinking something in the 450 to 600mm range. what do you guys think of this? Maybe with GWS 10x5 3 bladed props as well?


Thanks for any input...

Why not just build an Y6 or X8? You'll have to configure any quad you'll build with these as an X8 anyways or yawing will be funky...

#3 gitit20 Jul 06, 2012 08:37 PM

Ya I was thinking about that to but you have to admit these look cool with them being cr motors and props it still would be able to yaw? What if you control one set from one output? Kind of a y adapter setup or something would this work?

#4 gitit20 Jul 06, 2012 08:38 PM

I was to use this set up wonder how stable it would be...


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