This is one of the many offerings from the economy motor company Gartt, sent over by a friendly community member for testing.
This is the big brother of the Multicopter Builders 2206 2400kv motor that was already on the bench. This is the mid KV version, with a higher KV option on the bench soon.
This is an older motor PyroFlip sent over for comparison testing. It's primary point of interest is that it is one of the lightest 2206 motors ever to hit the bench at 26g.
This is the 2205 mid-KV motor in the X4Pro line of motors, the second motor in the line from FPVAces.
This motor is the first of the Sonic Pro series from EgoDrift, who sent it over for testing.
This is the first of the X4Pro series of motors sent over by FPVAces for testing, the beastly 2207!
This is the (very) big brother of the CP2205 motor already tested, matching KV but going for a much larger stator size.
This is the much anticipated revision to the ubiquitous Returner R3 line, in the Returner R4. This particular motor is the Hyperlite v4 from PiroFlipRC. Thanks to them for sending it over for testing.
This is a new motor for Lumenier, and when I say new, I mean new! This is like nothing I've ever seen from them before.
This is the mid KV version of the Hyperlite team edition motor, which is a custom anodized and custom wind of the BrotherHobby Returner R3, made famous by the ZMXv3 motor.