Armattan TOA Premium 2306/2150kv Motor (4 pieces)

US$96.50
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Armattan TOA Premium 2306/2150kv Motor (4 pieces)

  *Next batch ETA, late October

Armattan Underdog Motor

Motor Specifications

Stator Diameter

 23mm               

Stator Height

 6mm 

 KV (rpm/Volt)

 2150

Weight

 31.6 grams (without cable)

Wire Length

 15cm

Wire Gauge

20 AWG

            Recommended Props

 5 or 6 inch

LiPo Compatibility

 3-7S*

                      Prop Mount Diameter

 5mm

Shaft

 Semi-hollow, Titanium -  CW threads 

Magnets

 N52SH ARC

Set Screw

 2mm

Armattan TOA Premium 2306/2150kv

A TOA by any other name would fly as smooth.

To be accomplished.  To be brave.  To be a warrior.  These are all aspects of the word "toa" from the language of the Māori people of New Zealand.  We believe these are the ideals that were distilled into this Kiwi designed motor.  We also believe this motor will help you to achieve them.

Like all Armattan products, we hardly have to say it.  From the one-piece curves of the motor bell to the N52SH arc magnets, this motor drips luxury.  The windings (made from the highest quality German copper) and titanium shaft are designed to provide strength and torque where you need it.  In addition, the stator size and kv are a proven combination for various battery voltages: the overall cooling capacity and quality of this motor is so high that we would feel comfortable running them on up to 7S setups.  And on top of everything, this motor comes with a 2mm, hex-head set screw for super simple maintenance.  This may indeed be the best motor that has been released to date.

Last but not least, you should know that this technology is actually produced by the very birds that thought it up.  If you get the chance, you need to take the factory tour.  It's a miraculous sight to see hundreds of our feathered, flightless friends lovingly machining and assembling; all with their narrow, little beaks.

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 *Note: While these motors can handle up to 7s voltages, the KV rating makes these motors most suitable for flying on either 4s or 5s.
On 6s, it's recommended to ramp down the throttle curve on the transmitter to keep the KV a bit lower.