Scorpion MII 2204 2700kv
The new Scorpion MII 2204 is the first 2700kv motor, that I have tested on my thrust stand. If you haven’t read my review of the Scorpion 2300kv motor, that I published few days ago, do it now. Everything that I said about it, is true for the 2700kv version. The only single difference between both motors is the weight: the 2204 2700kv weighs 0.6g more.
I have tested the motor with the following ESCs to ensure the maximum possible thrust: KISS24A, LittleBee 20A Pro and the XRotor 20A. Both LittleBee 20A Pro and the XRotor performed better than the KISS24A. In the range of 1400µs – 1800µs the motor provided more thrust with the LittleBee ESC. The maximum thrust of 1073g was achieved with the XRotor 20A. For these tests I have used a HQ5045 prop and 4S LiPo battery.
I also have done a test on 3S with the same 5” propeller. This data could be mainly useful for new pilots, that don’t need a very fast quad at the beginning.
XRotor 20A – HQ5×4.5 propeller – 3S 2.200mAh 45-90C Nano-tech
The Scorpion MII 2204 2700kv is a great choice for some smaller 180mm quads too. That is why I have done a test on 4S with a KingKong 4045 propeller.
LittleBee 20A Pro – KingKong 4×4.5 propeller – 4S 16.000mAh 10C Multistar
Summary: I like the look and the build quality of the MII 2204 2700kv motor. If you are planning to build a small FPV quad, you can definitely choose this one. So far I am very happy with it and will build my next FPV quad using these motors. You can find the set of 2 motors on the official webpage of Scorpion.
Please do not hesitate to leave me a comment if you have any questions or want to share your experience with this motor.