Identifying Freefly motor

Discussion in 'Cinestar Misc' started by mathewfarrell, Sep 30, 2016.

  1. mathewfarrell

    mathewfarrell Member

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    Hi all

    The Cinestar 8 I have in front of me still has its 'stock motors', for as much as there's such a thing.

    I can't find any branding or markings on them at all, but research compels me to think they're Freefly branded FFS-3328. Can anyone give me any clues how to confirm this? While I'm at it, they look identical to the QC-3328 to me (except for the laser etching on the QC motor). Again, can anyone confirm of deny this - at least as far as compatibility goes (ie mixing the two models).
     
  2. Jonny Lee

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    The actual specs may be different from the Tiger MT2814-11 - KV 710 but I've mixed and matched w/ the QC motors and have not seen any difference in performance.
     
  3. Jason Smoker

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    hey Matt post a pic of the motor we can better identify it
     
  4. Andy Johnson-Laird

    Andy Johnson-Laird Administrator
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    I'm pretty sure that the FF-3328 and QC-3328's are the same motor. I'm also pretty sure that Jonny's comment about the Tiger MT2814-11 - KV 710 is also correct. It's what we call "badge engineering." :rolleyes:

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  5. mathewfarrell

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    Hey crew,
    Sorry I missed your responses. FWIW, I did have FF-3328, and do believe they are the same as the QC-3328 as suggested above. I managed to find a direct replacement.
    The whole exercise into "what the numbers are supposed to mean" was a bit of an eye-roller.
     

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