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Apr 14, 2020, 01:28 AM
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Brotherhobby VY 2004 Sub 250g motor


Brotherhobby VY 2004 motor ,use the new copper wire, Missile Grade Material can resistant to 260℃.
Can use for 5inch props
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Apr 14, 2020, 08:37 AM
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Brotherhobby VY 2004 motor ,use the new copper wire, Missile Grade Material can resistant to 260℃.
Can use for 5inch props
When are the motors going to be released?

Looks like a nice motor for my 4" quads.
Apr 15, 2020, 06:09 PM
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Brotherhobby VY 2004 motor ,use the new copper wire, Missile Grade Material can resistant to 260℃.
Can use for 5inch props
Thank you, May! That looks like a very interesting new motor from Brother Hobby.

How much does the VT2004 weigh? What KV options will be available? Is the motor mount 12x12mm? I look forward to hearing more information!

Being a fan of the 1804 motor size for lightweight 5" builds, I think this VY2004 will be an excellent successor. The Xnova 1804 3100KV, which has an M5 aluminum prop shaft, weighs 15.5g. My hope is that the t-prop mount and small base will allow the VY2004 to remain similarly light weight.

Being mostly a LOS pilot, the use case I see is for an ultralight 5" quad (190mm motor-to-motor) that can use either 5" t-mount dual-blades or 4" t-mount tri-blade props. Suitable frames are already available. Only question is KV, and whether the VY2004 will have 12x12g (preferred) or 9x9g mounting holes.
Apr 16, 2020, 09:52 AM
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From their social media, it uses 12x12. They have the drawings, KVs, weights and whatnot!
Apr 16, 2020, 02:53 PM
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From their social media, it uses 12x12. They have the drawings, KVs, weights and whatnot!
Good to see you, elmtree! Hope you're surviving over in the PNW!

12x12mm mount is definitely better, especially as we are closing in on 22xx size and 16x16mm mount territory!

I found a picture of the VY2004 on a BH employee's IG. Photo was of a 2500KV version. But there wasn't any more detail. Did they post something on FB, which I avoid like the plague?
Apr 16, 2020, 03:19 PM
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It was a post on their twitter actually. I'll be in MD for the near future actually. Just haven't changed my profile! They mention a 3rd KV in the post and suggest that you guess what it is. Looks like the 5" triblade is really too much for it. Other prop looks good though.



Apr 21, 2020, 09:26 PM
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It was a post on their twitter actually. I'll be in MD for the near future actually. Just haven't changed my profile! They mention a 3rd KV in the post and suggest that you guess what it is. Looks like the 5" triblade is really too much for it. Other prop looks good though.



2500KV we suggest 4S 5inch triblade props,3150KV suggest 4S 5inch dual props ,we just suggest ,of course can for other props.
yes ,there is 3rd KV ,now we are testing a 4S 3inch KV and a 6S KV ,will make the actual KV after testing
Apr 21, 2020, 09:33 PM
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Good to see you, elmtree! Hope you're surviving over in the PNW!

12x12mm mount is definitely better, especially as we are closing in on 22xx size and 16x16mm mount territory!

I found a picture of the VY2004 on a BH employee's IG. Photo was of a 2500KV version. But there wasn't any more detail. Did they post something on FB, which I avoid like the plague?
have a limited to log in IG,have no more information on there .For more information ,you can from FB ,we more activity on FB.
VY 2004 will have 2500KV and 3150KV ,also a new KV in testing.
Apr 21, 2020, 09:35 PM
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When are the motors going to be released?

Looks like a nice motor for my 4" quads.
they are on production ,will finish soon.
Apr 22, 2020, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Brotherhobby May
they are on production ,will finish soon.
Awesome!
Thank you for the update.
Apr 29, 2020, 10:27 PM
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Thank you, May! That looks like a very interesting new motor from Brother Hobby.

How much does the VT2004 weigh? What KV options will be available? Is the motor mount 12x12mm? I look forward to hearing more information!

Being a fan of the 1804 motor size for lightweight 5" builds, I think this VY2004 will be an excellent successor. The Xnova 1804 3100KV, which has an M5 aluminum prop shaft, weighs 15.5g. My hope is that the t-prop mount and small base will allow the VY2004 to remain similarly light weight.

Being mostly a LOS pilot, the use case I see is for an ultralight 5" quad (190mm motor-to-motor) that can use either 5" t-mount dual-blades or 4" t-mount tri-blade props. Suitable frames are already available. Only question is KV, and whether the VY2004 will have 12x12g (preferred) or 9x9g mounting holes.
VY 2004-3150kv with T-mount,the shaft is titanium alloy and the screws are also titanium alloy.
Here is the 3150kv with GF 5125 props.
May 18, 2020, 04:35 PM
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200 - 4 = 196 in stock

https://www.brotherhobbystore.com/vy...tor-p0115.html
May 18, 2020, 06:17 PM
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200 - 4 = 196 in stock
Thanks for the heads-up, DenRotor!

Which KV did you get? 1950KV for 6S? Or 3150KV for 4S?

I picked 3150KV so I can use a light battery with these light motors, and potentially run a 4 prop at higher RPM.

196 - 4 = still 192 left
May 18, 2020, 07:07 PM
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Thanks for the heads-up, DenRotor!

Which KV did you get? 1950KV for 6S? Or 3150KV for 4S?

I picked 3150KV so I can use a light battery with these light motors, and potentially run a 4 prop at higher RPM.

196 - 4 = still 192 left
Hi Brainstorm,

3150kv for 4s, I too plan on trying in my 4 incher.
May 21, 2020, 10:57 PM
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Thanks for the heads-up, DenRotor!

Which KV did you get? 1950KV for 6S? Or 3150KV for 4S?

I picked 3150KV so I can use a light battery with these light motors, and potentially run a 4 prop at higher RPM.

196 - 4 = still 192 left
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Hi Brainstorm,

3150kv for 4s, I too plan on trying in my 4 incher.
Feel free to share your set up when you finish your building,thanks.
Want the build lighter ,can choice 3150KV 4S,if not care about the weight ,then can use 1950KV 6S


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