CL-0820-17 coreless motor
- speed: 17.000K
- operating voltage: 1.5-3.7V
- max. static thrust: 40g (direct drive, Hubsan X4 propeller)
- 3.2A max. load current at 3.7V (Hubsan X4 propeller)
- factory lifetime rating: 5-6 hours
- can diameter: 8.5mm
- can length: 20mm
- shaft diameter: 1mm
- shaft length: 5mm
- weight: 4.9g
- wire length: 8cm
- plug: Micro-JST-1.25
- housing: dark anodised
These motors do not include pinions!! For Alias Plug'n'Play motors with pinions, please click here.
All motor packs contain equal amounts of clockwise and counter clockwise motors. To maximize performance and life span, don't run them in reverse!
Motor rotation and correct polarity is indicated by the wire color:
clockwise: red +, blue -
counter clockwise: white +, black -
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ik wist dat de motor te dik was, ma na wat werk aan de motorsteun past hij. het is een groot verschil tegen over de originele motor, heb er nu toch al een vlucht of 20 opzitten en hij doet het nog steeds goed. nu heb ik gezien dat er ook al 18000 kv is . kan bijna niet wachten om te bestellen. mvg christien en ikebeunie
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1 for 1 swap on the motor after adding the T11 gears. Insanely faster then the stock motors or even the CL-0820-15. Indoor mode is now to fast to fly inside. Lol. Performance and controllability is so much sharper. Thank you
This is really a super motor. I was able to lower my FS_BATT_VOLTAGE for longer flights. I used the black and white wired motors for the A side and red and blue wired motors for the B side. black goes to white and white goes to red on the A motors. On the B motors red goes to red and blue goes to blue. It's about 8% better than the stock motors as shown in Mission Planner THST variables, but has the wrong connector for Sky Viper which has a smaller connector. I cut the old motor off near the motor and soldered the new one on, then swiped the 13 tooth pinion gear off the old motor and put it on the new. As a suggestion, might be nice to have a table of drones and the suggested replacement motor part number on your website. Thanks for the fast delivery too.
So far they've given me tons of power in a tiny little case. A little pricier than I would've liked to pay $30 USD / 4 motors. Will update soon whether it was justified.