Old 08-14-2019, 12:51 AM
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I think there could be quite a difference in those motors, the motor diameter and lengths are very different. Check the motor specs, particularly the max amps figure. You'll probably find that the 2826 can 'pull' quite a bit higher Amps. Higher Amps will allow you to use a bigger prop to give much more power.
Get yourself a wattmeter (they're cheap nowadays), which will allow you to measure watts and amps to test and compare motors and find the optimum prop etc.
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