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QAV250 Motor Guards

$14.00

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Description

QAV250 Motor Guards

Protect the motors from expensive repairs.  Designed to protect the motor and arms during crashes.  Uses the same motor pattern as the frame.  Slides on the frame and mounts using the included M3x8mm button head hex screws so it’s fully removable.

Made for 2200’s series motors such as the Cobra 2204 2300kv, 2204 1960kv, 2208 2000kv or SunnySky 2204 2300kv.

setup qav250Features
  • Fits 3mm and 4mm carbon fiber frames.
Includes
  • 4 x Motor Guards
  • 16 x M3x8 button head hex screws
Specifications
  • 1.3 x 1.3 x .5″ (34 x 35 x 14mm)
  • 2.5g each.  10g total

Kit includes 16 M3x8mm.  1806 motors can be used but will need M2x8mm screws with washers (not included).

Made for the carbon fiber frames.

The included M3x8mm screws are to be used with the mounts.  Do not use these 8mm screws without the mount.  They are too long and will touch the motor windings.  Use M3x5mm for mounting motors without the mounts.

If you want a mix of colors just put a note during checkout of the colors you want.

Additional information

Weight 15 g
Dimensions 34 x 35 x 14 mm
3D Color

Black, Blue, Green, Orange, Red, Yellow

1 review for QAV250 Motor Guards

  1. Adam Peleska (verified owner)

    I built my first quad and i wanted to do it right so i got the QAV250. since I’m extremely new to quads I figured I needed all the protection I could get so I bought some 3D printed motor guards. I was a bit worried that they would be brittle and break easily but after my nose dive from 40ft into the street directly on one of the arms the motor guard is still good. the crash even ripped the balance connector off a brand new batt. needless to say I will have these motor protectors on all my future builds.

    • FlightClub

      thanks! I just crashed into concrete and broke a 3d vtx shield and a motor guard. the 3d parts broke but it save a motor and transmitter. saved me a costly $100 repair bill, not to mention a month wait for another 2300kv cobra motor.

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