HobbyKing – NTM 35-36A 1800Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor

Video Review of the NTM 35-36A 1800Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor. This moter was priced at .95 at the time this video was filmed. Please check HobbyKing.com for actual prices as they may be subject to change. Link to this motor: www.hobbyking.com Link to Optional Accessories Pack: www.hobbyking.com Motor information from HobbyKing.com: NTM motors are rock solid performance outrunners with tight windings, quality bearings, correctly rated magnets, balanced stator and flux rings plus they are QC checked at 14 points, from material processing all the way through to final dyno test. Because we design and build these motors completely in-house (from 3D/2D drawing to materials sourcing, machining, balancing, final assembly and dyno) we can completely control production and ensure product consistency from design right through to shipping the product to you. The removal of middle-men has meant we can drive better value to the market and retail these motors at factory(our) prices! All performance figures are real and tested on our own motor dynos. Our QC engineers check and balance each motor before shipping to the HobbyKing.com warehouse. Specs: Model: NTM 35-36A 1800 Kv: 1800rpm/v Max current: 65A Max Power: 700W @ 12v (3S) / 875W @ 15v (4S) Shaft: 4mm Weight: 120g ESC: 70A Cell count: 3s~4s Lipoly Front Mounting Hole Distance: 19mm or 16mm Connection: 3.5mm Bullet-connector A great plane motor up to .30 size.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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24 thoughts on “HobbyKing – NTM 35-36A 1800Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor

  1. so you don’t have to use the accessories pack ( which are often out of stock), you can use any 4mm adaptor.

    Is my guess.

  2. Did you just said “BAGNETS?” instead of Magnets?… i didn’t understand it at first, until I read the description.

  3. We tried this motor on test stand and got 890 watts 61 amps on 4S, 7×6 IC prop, but when we installed this system on a racer, the motor over heated. 7×6 is over-proped and will eventually burn out the motor on 4S. We used a 30C battery. Need is make an adjustment to lower the wattage slightly to 875 watts.

  4. You need to report the motor temperature (taken with a probe on the windings) at the start of the test and again at the end of the test, The temp rise in the motor during the 4-5 seconds you are at full throttle would be meaningful. The temp in the ESC only says that the ESC was up to that brief load, not the motor.

    Your testing protocol is mislead or dishonest. Advertising those values would be misleading.

  5. Hey can you guys stock up Electric motors on the USA warehouses? i feel like i pay more for shipping than the actual motors, Plus i cant wait 3 weeks just for motors. Thanks! Oh by the way, Great company ive ordered both from USA warehouses and Outside warehouses. Shipping is great and is well packed.

  6. @jambuttymegasize- Well whats the wieght? its a sorta broad question isnt it?

  7. PLZ REPLY!!!: what would be the best motor for a indoor/ park flyer 3D plane. thanx for anyone who replies. BTW only motor found on hobby king PLZ

  8. For the price you can’t beat the Grayson Super Mega Jet. I’ve used it in planes up to 3 Lbs.

  9. Thanks for reviewing this motor and using it in an actual plane. static testing is good for all the technical aspects but, real world use just makes it better.

  10. I can see that motor coming into one of my planes after i’ve finished a couple of the other projects i’m doing 😉 and i’m with you Paul HK should just put the motor mount bits in with the motor and just put the price up to match = simple.

  11. love your test set up .I ordered a turnigy watt meter yesterday. Thanks for the great videos and reviews.

  12. Paul you need to squeeze a 5cell in this bad boy trust me you will be dumbfounded on how fast this plane can go

    Oneill (rcjetjunkie)
    

  13. I need the most powerful brushless outrunner you have; money is no object. Max prop diameter 6 inches, 4 cell LiPo compatible if possible.

  14. why dont hk just include the acc. parts with the motor and just up the price by a dollar???

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