Don't use 4.2 volts for this type of calculation, the motor never sees this voltage under load. 3.7 is a better average loaded voltage although a bit low. Kv x volts does not provide loaded rpm, this is heavily influenced by motor and ESC efficiency, and pack quality. IME a better formula for estimating loaded rpm with loads around 150 amps is:
Kv x 3.7 x 0.85 = loaded rpm
Again just an estimate, but more useful than Kv x volts
To leandre - if you want to run 10S to 12S the Delta wind is not the way to go. Wye wind Kv is about 600, so on 12S expect a loaded rpm around 23,000. An x460/2 should work well, as would an x455/3 on a correctly trimmed mono from 40-45" long.
Last edited by Fluid; 01-08-2017 at 04:04 PM.
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