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2814 vs 2836 Electric Motor

Old 10-25-2017, 10:00 AM
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Sal - Help. Just purchased a Tech One Sbach 1100 (43" ws) profile fuse. It calls for a 2814 kv1000 motor, I happen to have a 2836 kv1100. Which motor has more power and can I fly the 2836 in the Sbach? I am an electric rookie. Many thanks. Chic
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Sal - Help. Just purchased a Tech One Sbach 1100 (43" ws) profile fuse. It calls for a 2814 kv1000 motor, I happen to have a 2836 kv1100. Which motor has more power and can I fly the 2836 in the Sbach? I am an electric rookie. Many thanks. Chic
I'm not Sal, but I don't see why that motor wouldn't work. The numbers (2814 and 2836) refer to the diameter and length of the stator in the motor. So, the 2836 is a bigger motor.
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