I'm playing a bit of catch up here as my new Fasttech 2212/6 2700 Kv motor arrived much earlier than expected, which is a good thing :) It actually arrived at my door three weeks after shipping from China which is good, normally vendors from that part of the world who offer free shipping, I am waiting at least five weeks for my goodies. Here is a picture of the motor just out of the package.
In bench testing, I saw the following numbers, tests completed with a Turnigy Plush 60A ESC with timing set to low (I fly with a Turnigy Plush 40A ESC) and a Zippy Flightmax 2200 3S 40C battery.
6x3 EMP prop
50% throttle - 13.9A/173W producing 578 gr/20.4 oz of thrust;
100% throttle - 32.6A/379.1W producing 1098 gr/38.7 oz of thrust.
RC Timer 6x3x3 carbon prop
50% throttle - 12.2A/148.2W producing 488 gr/17.2 oz of thrust;
100% throttle - 32.5A/377W producing 990 gr/34.9 oz of thrust.
Very good numbers on the bench, it actually produces more thrust with lower amp draw than most other 2212/6 2700 motors I have tested, but some of this could be quality control as I assume most of these motors come from just a few factories in China, but I could be wrong :/
At the field, unfortunately despite trying all the props and prop collets I had in my flight box, something seemed just slightly out of balance with the 6x3 EMP prop setup, my error and I will get it sorted out as soon as I can. It does sound a little rougher than I am used to, but I don't think it is the motor. Either way, it performs as advertised in the air, the Mig-35B in the video weighs about 21.5 oz/610 gr with a 2200 3S battery and the speed, acceleration and vertical punch out is exactly what I have come to know and love with the 2212/6 2700 Kv motor/6x3 EMP combo.
I will continue some more testing for durability before considering adding it to our recommended parts list in the "hot" motor category.
Definitely a good peppy little motor for not too much money with no gain in weight over the "mild" and "medium" motor combos we recommend :)