BrotherHobby Returner R3|R4|R5 2206/2207/2306 Racing Motors - RC Groups
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Oct 21, 2016, 08:33 AM
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BrotherHobby Returner R3|R4|R5 2206/2207/2306 Racing Motors


BrotherHobby is the OEM for the known ZMX motors,
so these looks like the real deal, great motors for a good price.

BrotherHobby Returner R5 2306 2450KV 4-5S Brushless Motor Red Hulk And Deadpool with 16cm Wire
https://www.banggood.com/BrotherHobby-Returner-R5-2306-2450KV-4-5S-Brushless-Motor-Red-Hulk-And-Deadpool-with-16cm-Wire-p-1165322.html

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BrotherHobby Returner R4 2206 2300KV 2600KV Brushless Motor
http://www.banggood.com/BrotherHobby-Returner-R4-2206-2300KV-2600KV-Brushless-Motor-for-FPV-Multicopters-p-1104840.html




BrotherHobby Returner R3 2206 2140KV 2300KV 2600KV 3-4S Brushless Motor
http://www.banggood.com/BrotherHobbry-Returner-R3-2206-2140KV-2300KV-2600KV-3-4S-Brushless-Motor-for-FPV-Racer-p-1098396.html



R2 version for 15$ each, currently on coming soon status.
With similar design as the ZMX, looks very interesting.

BG LINK: http://www.banggood.com/BrotherHobby-Returner-R2-2205-2300KV-2600KV-2800KV-3-4S-Racing-Edition-Brushless-Motor-p-1097177.html

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General Info
  • Brother Hobby is the OEM of ZMX motors
  • All the motors have a standard CW thread

Specification
Brand Name: BrotherHobby
Model: Returner R2
KV: 2300KV, 2600KV and 2800KV are optional
Thread: CW Screw Thread of 2300KV 2600KV;
CW Screw OR CCW Screw Thread of 2800KV
Height: 31.5mm
Width: 27.9mm
Shaft diameter: M5
Motor mount hole size: M3
Weight: 28 grams
Battery: 3-4S lipo battery
Usage: for 180, 210, 220, 250 Frame Kit
Last edited by nitbeat; Sep 26, 2017 at 03:54 PM.
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Oct 21, 2016, 03:28 PM
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They look like ZMX motors, because BrotherHobby was ZMX's previous OEM mfr. Great motors at a great price
Oct 21, 2016, 06:29 PM
What is landing :O
This will be the v2 motor then right ? Wish they'd offer v3 motors
Oct 21, 2016, 09:19 PM
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Interesting? I don't see why, they are very outdated motors, there is much better options, like the Xrotor 2205 which are in the same price but much better durability and much more power.
Oct 21, 2016, 09:20 PM
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BrotherHobby provide OEM for ZMX motors.
Oct 21, 2016, 09:32 PM
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Originally Posted by downloader9
Interesting? I don't see why, they are very outdated motors, there is much better options, like the Xrotor 2205 which are in the same price but much better durability and much more power.
No,they are the classical motors.I like brotherhobby motor very much,very nice,light weight and powerful.
I built my quadcopter with BH 2204 motors two years ago.
Oct 24, 2016, 12:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Nitro123
This will be the v2 motor then right ? Wish they'd offer v3 motors
I asked since Im using the Returner R3 (old ZMX v3) and BG will offer them when they have it in stock!

I need to buy some spares!

EDIT:

One day later they are posted

http://www.banggood.com/BrotherHobbr...l?rmmds=search
Last edited by SevenSonics; Oct 24, 2016 at 10:45 AM.
Oct 25, 2016, 03:24 PM
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Can somebody in here (maybe owning the ZMX v2/v3) please tell me, if the Returners have a clip or a screw to hold the shaft in place?
Just want to know how much of a hassle it would be to change the bearings in case I needed to.

Also: is BG going to sell the R4 as well
Oct 25, 2016, 03:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Antiglucke
Can somebody in here (maybe owning the ZMX v2/v3) please tell me, if the Returners have a clip or a screw to hold the shaft in place?
Just want to know how much of a hassle it would be to change the bearings in case I needed to.

Also: is BG going to sell the R4 as well
They are the same as zmx v3 so yes they have clip...
Oct 28, 2016, 06:41 PM
Where in the weeds? Over here?
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I'd like to see the 2800kv spin 5040 triblades.
Oct 28, 2016, 07:11 PM
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Originally Posted by kah00na
I'd like to see the 2800kv spin 5040 triblades.
Looool... The amp draw should be interesting and the torque is so low... People sometimes don't understand how motors work, I don't think more than 2400kv brings anything good to any racing motor or even freestyle... Lower kv means you can have more freedom choice of props. Just my opinion.

And its proved that fastest pilots most times use 2300/2400kv.
Nov 09, 2016, 01:33 PM
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Originally Posted by downloader9
Looool... The amp draw should be interesting and the torque is so low... People sometimes don't understand how motors work, I don't think more than 2400kv brings anything good to any racing motor or even freestyle... Lower kv means you can have more freedom choice of props. Just my opinion.

And its proved that fastest pilots most times use 2300/2400kv.
My best racing experience was with 190mm frame and Emax 2600KV motors, it felt so different compared to the slow 2300KV.
HQ 5040 triblades
Nov 11, 2016, 05:09 AM
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BrotherHobby Returner R3 are in stock (Links in the main post)

(8% discount) Coupon Code: rctech1111
Nov 15, 2016, 04:35 AM
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i have got problem of my motors. my motor is getting warm and turn into hot.. in
BrotherHobby Returner R3 2206 2600KV Brushless Motor. im using 3s battery. my esc is dys xs30A blheli S oneshot42 ... any suggestion that can my motor will not warm and getting hot..?
Nov 15, 2016, 06:56 AM
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Originally Posted by johncris
i have got problem of my motors. my motor is getting warm and turn into hot.. in
BrotherHobby Returner R3 2206 2600KV Brushless Motor. im using 3s battery. my esc is dys xs30A blheli S oneshot42 ... any suggestion that can my motor will not warm and getting hot..?
Is it all of the motors ?
Getting warm in flight ?

Take a picture of your PID Screen, which FC and firmware did you use ?

write down more information, take a picture of the connection of the ESC and PDB an motors.

With additional info we will have a better chance of helping you.


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