solentlife
I'm a Turnigy 2826 2200 stalwart or the Mongoose 2212 2350 from Hobby King .... or the RCTimer similar.

Looking through Banggood - my last two 2826 are knacked ! ... came across this :

https://www.banggood.com/Racerstar-BR2212-2450KV-2-3S-Brushless-Motor-For-RC-Airplane-p-1085432.html?cur_warehouse=CN

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I'll fly anything if I can launch it ! Youtube : solentlifeuk
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Sterling101
I've got a couple of those but not used them yet. Spec wise though they look to be a good motor 👍
Whoever said nothing is impossible had obviously never tried slamming a revolving door...
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Wildthing
I have some of the lower kv (1250 or so)  and they seem to work ok, I think the Turnigy has a little more grunt though.
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Sidewayskiwi
solentlife wrote:
I'm a Turnigy 2826 2200 stalwart or the Mongoose 2212 2350 from Hobby King .... or the RCTimer similar.

Looking through Banggood - my last two 2826 are knacked ! ... came across this :

https://www.banggood.com/Racerstar-BR2212-2450KV-2-3S-Brushless-Motor-For-RC-Airplane-p-1085432.html?cur_warehouse=CN
Brought some when they were cheaper than they are today 
turnigy vs racerstar 
turnigy has a wee bit more power and build quality is better 
for me xxd 2212 then racerstar br2212 and turnigy 2826 in order of power and build quality and theres usually a couple of dollars between each step
bearings/shafts etc all available for turnigy to make them less tired 

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solentlife
My problem is the windings stator ... for the price of motors - I'm not into rewinding them.

The outer bells with magnets - I keep as replacement when a magnet moves in another .. or other damage. Ones I have more of - I remove the magnets to use as canopy magnets etc.

Lets see what the Racerstar does when it gets here. Until then - I have a 1940kv Funfighter 2825 motor with 6x5 fitted as temporary.
I'll fly anything if I can launch it ! Youtube : solentlifeuk
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