Question about the Brushless 2226/2300 KV Easysky motor question (dolphin/cessna)
Does anyone know what the specs of this motor are? Or what its sold as elsewhere?
I've got a spare and I'm using it in a scratchbuild , but I don't know anything bar the weight and KV rating :/
I'm going to try a 5030 prop first as its the same as the dolphin, so shouldn't stress things too much, using a bigger ESC so that wont be a problem.
But I'd like to work out if I could use a bigger prop and/or 3s without cooking the thing .
Its a 3d foamy (tiny3d) so I would prefer a bigger slowfly type prop, the only other motor I have is too heavy. Suggested motor is a park 250 but I'm on a budget and would prefer to use bits I already have.
Thanks in Advance!
edit:sorry 2x "question" in title - its been a long day!
Last edited by twincobra; Feb 11, 2013 at 01:52 AM. Reason: derp
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