Thud wrote:I have orderd from them 4 times now.
the comunication is weak, but they deliver faster than Hobby king (to me anyway) & the stuff is exactly what I am expecting. The motors do not come with all the mounting accesories or "trim" that HK supplies...but that is inconsiquential.
So far Leaders is working well for me.
Zigger2k wrote:For your information - Leaderhobby today's special deal:
C8085 KV250 - USD 54.58
https://www.leaderhobby.com/product.asp ... 4001224353
also C6364 KV230 - USD 32.87
and much more, search will tell you
I'm already paid for C8085 )
farmkid4 wrote:Thinking about ordering one. Any thoughts on leaderhobby?(reliability etc)
Are there any advantages or dissadvantages to having a higher Kv, i know the rpm's for a given voltage will be higher than the 170kv version, but what else, easier or harder on the controller etc?
E-racer wrote:Everyone on this forum that uses RC lipo would have told you not to get RC Lipo from anyone except Hobbyking. This is not an accurate representation of Leader hobbies.
leaders hobbies just set a record. I orderd 5 motors last sunday evening.....& i recieved them this afternoon. 6 days from china to Michigan.
& suprize, these motors all came with prop mounts,screws & accesories.....bonus for the junk box.
what is weird is the end bells on the motors are not all the same....some look like the old HXT motors & early turnigys & some are the newer turnigy style with swept spokes....anyway...i have a lot of rewinding to do now
Thud wrote:They are the same...a couple had some of the older looking HXT macineing pattern on the magnet can end bell & this batch definatly is going to get more epoxy on the magnets (really sparse) but overall they are perfect specimins for a good motor build. you won't beat the price......I would order 10 more if I had the funds.
deVries wrote:Thud wrote:They are the same...a couple had some of the older looking HXT macineing pattern on the magnet can end bell & this batch definatly is going to get more epoxy on the magnets (really sparse) but overall they are perfect specimins for a good motor build. you won't beat the price......I would order 10 more if I had the funds.
8085 are sold-out since last Sunday. 80-100 have been sold out for some time now...
sn0wchyld wrote:deVries wrote:i got a 80100 only a couple of weeks ago... and for only $100.
deVries wrote:sn0wchyld wrote:deVries wrote:i got a 80100 only a couple of weeks ago... and for only $100.
Was that from LH or ebay or ? LH price for the 80100 is listed in the $122ish range now, no stock, so you got a really good price then.
Dauntless wrote:Yeah, after months waiting for 80100's from HobbyKept, these came 3 days after I ordered them. Unfortunately the 80100's are sold out with Leaders, too. I'm guessing this is a discontinued motor. But I'm getting the feeling my HobbyKing order is for disconintued items, also.
This controller can probably handle it. The 80100's have been blowing it up, but this motor should be a bit less demanding. http://www.rcdude.com/servlet/the-1614/ ... CE2/Detail
E-racer wrote:They are NOT discontinued. You can get them at Sky Hobby in up to 5000 units a month. There is no minimum quantity I just received one 80-100 for $150 shipped to the US. I used my paypal it was quick and easy and I got my motor in 4 days. http://skyhobby.en.alibaba.com/product/476092519-212631801/ATN_series_C80100_08_Outrunner_Brushless_electric_motors_for_RC_toys.html
They sell the entire range all the way to the 120-70 motor which is $198 at Sky Hobby
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