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Old 10-23-2019, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Xnova 4530-525 XTS max voltage

Hey guys, Is that motor support 14S li-pos. Thx
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Old 10-24-2019, 09:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Unless you do something extremely unreasonable like running a 4400kv motor at 14s a brushless motor won't care. Its mainly about gearing. 525kv can be run on 14s but preferably with a high gear ratio. If you have a low gear ratio It could be a problem if you want low headspeed. The official voltage ratings are recommendations and don't mean much for the max voltage for heli motors.
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Old 10-26-2019, 09:18 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Thx, In general, I am flying on 2000 rpm, probably in the future, I'll go for 2100-2200 max. I am using a 21T stock pin for 12S, Mr. Mel's head speed calculator says to get 2000rpm with 14S I need an 18T pin and it exists.

I am worried about motor (but it seems nothing worry about after your comment) and about bogging of the head speed...

I want to get as best power as possible to prevent bogging at all. That's why I am thinking to move to the 14S setup.
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Motors don’t really have a voltage limit.

They have an RPM (physically spin itself apart) and an amperage(burnt it up) limit
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Thx, In general, I am flying on 2000 rpm, probably in the future, I'll go for 2100-2200 max. I am using a 21T stock pin for 12S, Mr. Mel's head speed calculator says to get 2000rpm with 14S I need an 18T pin and it exists.

I am worried about motor (but it seems nothing worry about after your comment) and about bogging of the head speed...

I want to get as best power as possible to prevent bogging at all. That's why I am thinking to move to the 14S setup.
I've found that higher KV 12s motors tend to be as aggressive or even more aggressive as the lower kv 14s variants at 14s. They have fewer turns and thicker wire which means that they can handle more current, which in turns means that they can handle more power given the same voltage. The overall motor torque may be lower given the fewer turns, but on the other hand the mechanical torque is increased by running a higher gear ratio.
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