With 3 kv values to choose from, and 3 prop sizes to choose from - this creates a lot of possibilities!
4500kv - up to 4s on 2" or 3s on light 3" props
6500kv- 2" or 2.3" up to 3s
7500kv- 2" or 2.3" 2s
What’s been done by the local mad scientists on other motors for extreme setups:
@Bobnova has taken 1103 6500kv on 3s and pushed 3" props on an ultralight build.
@las has pushed 6000kv 1106 on 4s
@las and @Denovich pushed dys1102 10000kv on 3s
@adam-g1 was doing something extreme with an 1106 (sorry I can’t remember the details)
Drone Camps RC was the first to throw a 4s at dys1104 7500kv
A few guys have pushed the lizard on 4s
So these kind of success stories make me wonder if the emax ratings are on the conservative side… but then I see the flite test jokers setup a 2.3" emax prop on a gremlin on the 1106 4000kv and run 4s. Within specs right - but the motors come down so hot they burn the fingers of two guys. (Yes - two - hey that’s really burning hot - oh yeah, let me touch it!). This aggravates me since these guys kind of self proclaimed their channel as teachers for the less experienced and before anyone else has hands on these interesting motors - they throw out a build where the emax clip won’t spin due to frame fitment issues and they strap a ~100g 4s battery to it. It’s a freaking video of what not to do. Sure would have liked to see how the motor responded to an appropriate setup - especially since we’ve seen guys successfully run 4s on hotter 1106’s. Anyway… rant all done. Do you have any plans for these? Are you going to follow the emax recommendations, push limits, or wait for others to pioneer and follow in their footsteps?