Cobra Brushless Motors and Innov8tive Designs are proud to announce new Cobra products geared specifically for the growing FPV racing sector of the hobby.
Cobra Replacement Rotor Assemblies
In the heat of competition, pilots will often push the edge of the envelope and end up crashing their racing quad. Unfortunately, when this happens, the rotor assembly of the motor often gets damaged. When this happens, the only good fix is to replace the entire rotor assembly. For these occasions we offer the Cobra Replacement Rotor Assemblies for the CM-2204 and CM-2206 racing motors. These parts include the rotor housing, magnets, shaft and integrated prop adapter. A new 3mm C-Clip is also included with the rotor assembly. Find both of them by clicking here.
Cobra CM-2204/20 Multirotor Motor, Kv=2850
In FPV racing, pilots are moving to smaller quads for faster acceleration and more maneuverability. With these smaller machines, pilots are limited to 4 inch props, so a higher Kv motor is needed to get the needed power from the smaller props. The Cobra CM-2204-2850 motor was developed specifically for these smaller 150 to 180mm quad frames. On a 4 cell battery pack, an HQ 4×4 prop will produce 27 ounces of thrust at 33,250 RPM, with a pitch speed of 125mph. With the HQ 4×4.5 prop, you get 20 ounces of thrust at 35,200 RPM, with a pitch speed of 150mph! If you have a need for more thrust at a lower top end speed, the HQ 5×3 props will produce a whopping 32 ounces of thrust at 33,500 RPM, with a pitch speed of 95mph.
Cobra CM-1806 Multirotor Motors
This motor is designed for the smaller 150mm to 200mm racing quads running a 3-cell battery pack. It has a max current rating of 15amps, so the new Cobra 20amp FPV ESC be would be the best choice for this motor (you can find that below or by clicking here). The best props for this motor are the HQ-5×4 2-blade or the HQ 4×4 3-blade.
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This motor is also designed for the smaller 150mm to 200mm quad frames, and can be used on either 3 or 4 cell battery packs. This motor has a max current rating of 12amps, so the Cobra 20amp FPV ESC is also best for this motor as well. For operation on 3 cells, the best props are the HQ 5×4.5 or 4×4.5-BN 2-blade, or the HQ 4×4 3-blade. On 4 cells, the HQ 4×4.5 or 5×3 2-blade props work best. Click here to view the 1806-2450 specifications.
New Cobra FVP Multirotor ESC’s
Cobra 20A FPV Multirotor ESC
This new ESC is designed for smaller 150 to 250mm racing quads, and can be used on motors that have up to 20amp max current rating. It can run on 2 to 4 Li-Po cells, and comes from the factor pre-loaded with the newest BL-Heli firmware. Motors that work well with this ESC include: CM-2204-1960, CM-2204-2300, CM-2206-1400 and the CM-2208-1200.
Cobra 30A FPV Multirotor ESC
This new ESC is designed for the smaller 150 to 250mm racing quads, and can be used on motors that have up to a 30amp max current rating. It can run on 2 to 4 Li-Po cells, and comes from the factor pre-loaded with the newest BL-Heli firmware. The optional USB Programmer can be used to install other firmware such as the new One-Shot, or future revisions of the BL-Heli firmware. Motors that work best with this ESC include: Scorpion M-2205-2350kv, Cobra CM-2206-2100 and CM-2208-2000.
For more information about these ESC’s and the new Cobra USB Programmer, click here.