Viper R/C "VSH" 600 Class Brushless Motor (1300kV)
This is the Viper R/C "VSH" 1300 kV Brushless Motor, and is intended for use with 550 to 600 class helicopters that use 6S LiPo batteries. Viper's VSH series of brushless helicopter motors is the solution for incredible heli power. Whether you’re just starting out, or performing extreme 3D maneuvers, there is a VSH series motor to suit your needs. With a motor to suit everything from 250 to 700 class helicopters, Viper has a motor for your application. Precision engineered and built with top-quality materials and CNC machined 6061 T6 Aluminum parts, your VSH motor is built for efficiency and durability. With precision ball bearings, coupled with a cooling fan design to promote air flow, your motor will not only give you maximum performance, but will continue to perform flight after flight.
Quality craftsmanship, superior materials and a commitment to rigorous testing are at the heart of Viper R/C Solutions’ product philosophy. VSH brushless motors not only get you airborne, but keeps delivering the power you need to get the most out of your RC helicopter.
- Precision CNC machined 6061 aluminum parts
- Cooling fan design keeps motor cool, for optimized efficiency and maximum performance
- Precision ball bearings for maximum performance and life span
- Factory limited 180 day warranty
Heli Class: 550/600
Stator Arms: 9
Magnet Poles: 6
No-Load Current: 3.5A
Max Continuous Current (Amps): 85/100
Max Continuous Power (Watts): 2000
Outer Diameter: 43mm
Shaft Diameter: 6mm
Body Length: 59mm
Max LiPo Cell Count: 6S
This product was added to our catalog on March 8, 2011.
Power is excellent on Trex 600 with 12t pinion and 170 tooth main gear. Get a good (read BIG) ESC that allows alot of timing options (0,3.5,7.5,11.5,15, etc..) and at least 30c batteries and you can do anything you want. It likes low timing to stay cool/lukewarm, so I wouldn't recommend any timing over 15 degrees.
Customer service from Viper is awesome if you have questions.
This motor is one of the best out there, but it takes a really adjustable ESC to make it shine! I like to use the opto 150 amp ESC from HW.)