Are these new brushless motors ? - RC Groups
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Oct 15, 2002, 07:15 AM
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Are these new brushless motors ?

or just a repackage of some existing ones ?

The last one I bought from NPM broke and I exchanged it for the 2447/10

Do you guys think this motor will fit a zagi well, with a 8 cells battery and a CAM 5.5x4.3 prop ?

Do you know these motors ? Are they supposed to be good ?

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Oct 15, 2002, 07:36 AM
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To be precise, NPM told me that I could get any motor, for the price of the old broken brushless, so that's the one I picked.

I just visited their shop..... and I can proudly say, I did not buy a new plane there...
Not because it was not extremely tempting, but because I had no space to carry it back home by plane

They have this big shop, FULL of electric planes. What is on their web site is a small fraction of what you can find in their shop.

So many planes I did not see anywhere else, so many options, such nice ones.....

I almost bought the PROTECH tiger moth. It was really a beauty and WITH Ailerons.

I always dreamt of a bi-plane, electric, ARTF and with ailerons. I only spotted the JR option so far, which NPM also sell but they were out of stock for now. And now, I discovered this tiger moth.

Anyway, if anyone of you pass by paris, there are 2 shops there. NPM and the "I forgot the name one" which is supposed to be the biggest in France (maybe Europe).

Tell your wife you take her on a romantic trip to Paris and take a shot there.... Really nice places.

Oct 15, 2002, 10:28 AM
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The motors look a bit like the Modelmotors brushed ones.

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Oct 15, 2002, 10:33 AM
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They do, but I did not manage to find them at model motors ???

and also, the way the wires are connected in the back are different.

Also, the specs are different.
What do you think of the specs of the NPM ones ?
Oct 15, 2002, 02:54 PM
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The 4 winds of the Model Motors MiniAC are all the same case length, and the winds don't correspond with these which appear to be hotter. The cable exit is just like the prototype MiniAC that I have though - produced around January or February.

I was in the shop just over a year ago and they were then talking about a planned brushless range, but the planned motor was much larger.

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