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Jul 08, 2014, 02:56 PM
Team AlienWarpSquad
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Originally Posted by kah00na
Here's a bad review for you too.... I was pretty happy with my RCX motors until one of them started dragging real bad. I oiled it and then it wouldn't spin at all. Four magnets broke loose. I'm looking forward to trying the DYS.
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Glue them back in. Just pay attention to the marks so that the marks alternate up-down.
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Jul 08, 2014, 10:24 PM
Where in the weeds? Over here?
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Originally Posted by waltr
Glue them back in. Just pay attention to the marks so that the marks alternate up-down.
What kind of glue should I use and where would I get it?
Jul 08, 2014, 10:41 PM
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Originally Posted by kah00na
Alright Mustang7302, I have my order in for a set of 4 DYS 1806 motors despite their gold-orange color. I'm going to put them on a FPV250 frame. Maybe I can find another suitable quad frame that will let me run 6" propellers!
BlueSkyRC's Wasp 280 with 6" extensions is an option...
Jul 08, 2014, 10:48 PM
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Originally Posted by kah00na
What kind of glue should I use and where would I get it?
last time this happened on one of my plane motors, I used epoxy and it worked fine. however keep in mind that quad motors need to be well balanced, extra or less glue will put it out of balance.
Jul 08, 2014, 11:41 PM
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DYE BE1806 Thrust Tests


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Originally Posted by kah00na
Alright Mustang7302, I have my order in for a set of 4 DYS 1806 motors despite their gold-orange color. I'm going to put them on a FPV250 frame. Maybe I can find another suitable quad frame that will let me run 6" propellers!

I have a Flip260 with 1806's and spin 6x3 props. I run a 2200 35c battery and get 8-10 minutes of flight depending on how I fly.

Here is me and a friend racing tip to tip. This is one of my best videos. IMO.

RaceDay 6-29-14 (8 min 36 sec)
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Jul 09, 2014, 12:33 AM
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Originally Posted by jmisuraca
I have a Flip260 with 1806's and spin 6x3 props. I run a 2200 35c battery and get 8-10 minutes of flight depending on how I fly.

Here is me and a friend racing tip to tip. This is one of my best videos. IMO.

http://youtu.be/zHQ8w8XBlmY
awesome flyin
Jul 09, 2014, 08:21 AM
Team AlienWarpSquad
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Originally Posted by kah00na
What kind of glue should I use and where would I get it?
Epoxy or CA works well. Just use as little as possible and do one magnet at a time.
Any hobby store and most hardware stores will have these glues. I use two part 5 minute epoxy mixed in very small batches.
As the other poster said, be sure to check and re-balance.
Jul 09, 2014, 12:07 PM
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Anyone know what size the grub screws are on these?
Jul 09, 2014, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by jmisuraca
I have a Flip260 with 1806's and spin 6x3 props. I run a 2200 35c battery and get 8-10 minutes of flight depending on how I fly.

Here is me and a friend racing tip to tip. This is one of my best videos. IMO.

http://youtu.be/zHQ8w8XBlmY
Excellent video! Get a 1300mAh 35C battery to drop nearly a 100 grams of weight, and it will be much more maneuverable and quicker to accelerate out of the turns. Which frame and ESCs are you flying?

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Originally Posted by Grahamwho
Anyone know what size the grub screws are on these?
Tiny. Very tiny. Smaller than M1.5. I've removed the grub screw but it doesn't help to remove the bell from the base. The shaft and bell are glued or otherwise press fitted together and you're not taking it off from the top. You need to remove the 2mm C clip at the base and then slide the bell up off the base. Consider having spare C clips when you do this.
Jul 09, 2014, 01:32 PM
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How hot do the dys2300kv motors get on 4s with the hq 5030. Could they handle hq 6030?

Just put an order in for 7 of the DYS 1806's and 6 sunrise Blheli 20a ESC :-)
Jul 09, 2014, 01:48 PM
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They run 4S on HQ 5030's wonderfully. Runs just inside the 12A limit for the motors at wide open throttle and makes an incredible amount of power doing it. The motors come down warm after being run hard, but I haven't had any concern over them.

Running a HQ 6030 on 4S is not recommended as it will exceed the heat capacity of a motor its size; even the HQ 5040 on 4S would be too much prop for sustained high speed runs. If you want to run a six inch prop on 4S, you need to look at a 2206 size motor capable of sustaining 18 to 20 amps of current.

I still offer my rule of thumb: if you have to ask about running 4S, you don't have enough building and flying experience for 4S.
Jul 09, 2014, 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by jmisuraca
I have a Flip260 with 1806's and spin 6x3 props. I run a 2200 35c battery and get 8-10 minutes of flight depending on how I fly.

Here is me and a friend racing tip to tip. This is one of my best videos. IMO.

http://youtu.be/zHQ8w8XBlmY
Fun stuff, jm. I like the wide open spaces you guys have out there in AZ, but I can't handle even the slightest of hot days, even if it is only "dry heat." Is that a Mobius you have mounted as your onboard cam? Gets me pumped up for my lunchbreak session.
Jul 09, 2014, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Mustang7302
Excellent video! Get a 1300mAh 35C battery to drop nearly a 100 grams of weight, and it will be much more maneuverable and quicker to accelerate out of the turns. Which frame and ESCs are you flying?
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awesome flyin
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Originally Posted by The Quasar
Fun stuff, jm. I like the wide open spaces you guys have out there in AZ, but I can't handle even the slightest of hot days, even if it is only "dry heat." Is that a Mobius you have mounted as your onboard cam? Gets me pumped up for my lunchbreak session.
Thanks Fellas! I had a great making it.

I am running the Flip260 // MN1806 // IceBlue 12a // 6x3 props // arco Naze32 // 3s 2200 35c
My Friend is in a BO Mini H // SunnySky 2204 // FireRed 12a // 5x3 // OP Revo // 3s 1300 35c

Yeah, right now is the "Bad" weather time. 105 - 110 on most days and can spike to 115, and high humidity about 30%. We are in the Monsoon season and afternoon thunder storms pop up often. All this bad weather should be over sometime around September. Then it's smooth sailing at 85* for the next 9 months =) or there abouts.
Jul 09, 2014, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by jmisuraca
Thanks Fellas! I had a great making it.

I am running the Flip260 // MN1806 // IceBlue 12a // 6x3 props // arco Naze32 // 3s 2200 35c
My Friend is in a BO Mini H // SunnySky 2204 // FireRed 12a // 5x3 // OP Revo // 3s 1300 35c

Yeah, right now is the "Bad" weather time. 105 - 110 on most days and can spike to 115, and high humidity about 30%. We are in the Monsoon season and afternoon thunder storms pop up often. All this bad weather should be over sometime around September. Then it's smooth sailing at 85* for the next 9 months =) or there abouts.
any reason why you didn't choose 1300mah battery ? and maybe 5x3 props as well ?
2200mah battery is kinda heavy for these baby quads

he clearly won because he was using a more expensive flight controller
Jul 09, 2014, 10:42 PM
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My friend and I both bought DYS motors to use on our new quad builds. They should be here in 2 days! I can't wait to get started!


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