So many brushless motor choices out there for mini quad, it’s hard to decide. We don’t believe there is a “best motor” out there, because each motor performs better in certain aspects and worse in others. In the end of the day it’s about finding the balance, and depends on what’s more important to one’s flying style and budget of course.
This tutorial aims to help you understand the basics of quadcopter motors, which will help you choose the optimal and effective motor for your next mini quad or multirotor build. Read More
The Edge Racing R2305 and R2306 – latest line of motors from Sunnysky recently arrived on my bench. In this review we will take a look at the quality and features of these motors and then test them on a mini quad to see how they perform.
In this review we are testing the latest EMAX RS2306 2400KV motors (white edition). They come in two variants: 2400kv and 2750kv and we have the former for the test.
Checking out these new DYS Storm 2207 motors designed for FPV racing.
Jonathon Davis, aka “Skitzo”, is one of the most influential free style FPV pilots. We will build and test a mini quad that uses almost exact same parts and firmware he’s using, and try to replicate the “Skitzo Experience”.
I came across some discussion on motor timing and thought I should document it after some researching.
In this review we are testing the new RS2205S 2300KV motor from Emax. With better magnets and design from the previous version, we’ll find out how they perform.
The Tornado T2 2206 motor is a new product from Brotherhobby. In this review we will be taking a close look at the 2600KV version, and compare the performance with some other motors of the same class on a thrust stand.
In this post we are reviewing the Arris D2205 2300KV motor for mini quad, giving it a close look and testing it on thrust stand comparing the result to RCX SE2205 and Cobra 2204 motors.