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Old Sep 10, 2012, 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by ajbaker View Post
I am aware of all of that. I have experience with hundreds of motors. In general, high Kv = lots of heat (caused by lots of i, e, p {and/or small r}). Low Kv motors = less heat (even though they too can get overheated for the same reasons). Along with the above is one of the common things that I read about is folks that over prop these small motors which causes burn out, too. IMO, if anyone even looks at using something other than a stock prop, it should be MANDANTORY have a watt meter. Without it, it is like trying to put on matching socks in the dark.
+1 DJ and don't even fully understand what you said.
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