We know that it can be hard to compare motors from two different companies, but using Jeti Telemetry systems it was a breeze. These are not identical motors at all, but numbers are very close.
The major differences are in rotor pole count, telemetry sensors and overall dimensions. The Elite motor has 14 poles and the Xpwr has 28, this allows you to run Elite with virtually any ESC. Weight is also very close with the Xpwr weighing 775g and the Elite weighing 825g with Jeti Telemetry sensors installed.
We have performed bench tests with a Fiala 21×10 propeller and 12S 5000mAh battery packs.
Elite 35: 94A, 7470rpm
Xpwr 35: 98A, 7440rpm
Note: Xpwr 35 Motor has NO Temperature Sensor Installed
(Transmitter Screenshot Displays ESC Temperature/Jeti Spin Pro 99)
|Esprit Elite 30cc E50/200 (12S/2600W)
Esprit Elite 35cc E50/220 (12S/3700W)
Esprit Elite 40cc E50/210 (12S/4000W)
Esprit Elite 50cc E50/215 (12S/5750W)
Esprit Elite 60cc E50/195 (12S/6250W)
Elite 30cc, 12S, 20×8, 56A, 7000rpm, 2600W
Elite 35cc, 12S, 20×8, 80A, 8150rpm, 3700W
Elite 40cc, 12S, 21×10, 85A, 7350rpm, 4000W
Elite 50cc, 12S, 23×10, 125A, 7200rpm, 5750W
Elite 60cc, 12S, 26×10, 125A, 6000rpm, 6000W
Gernot Bruckmann is testing new Elite E105-30 135 Brushless HD Outrunner Motor. Check out how 9000mAh, 14S, 30 × 13 prop at 170A (9000W) looks like.
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When you thought it could not get any better…. It did! Introducing the newest in motor technology. Hardened steel shaft, 30mm oversize bearing, bolt-on prop adapter, integrated cooling fan and pre-installed Jeti telemetry sensors represent the highest level of quality.