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Dr Mad Thrust 2200kv 1600w 70mm EDF Inrunner 6S version (29mm)

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Introducing our Doctor Mad Thrust High performance EDF motor series. Our Doctor has been busily working away behind the scenes to come up with this MAD series of EDF motors.......Power? - Not lacking with these!

This is 2200kv 6s version to suit 70mm EDF units, with a whopping 1600watt power output, this 29mm inrunner is not to be sniffed at! 

The Dr Mad Thrust range of EDF inrunners have been built with only one thing in mind - maximum EDF performance! They feature high temperature stator windings, high quality bearings, are precision balanced for smooth running and are of a 4 pole design.

Over-engineered to handle the stress and strain of high performance EDF units and high 'C' rated packs. The Doctor has been hard at work to bring you a series of bullet proof, extreme performance EDF motors that are built to last.

Get a Doctor Mad Thrust power house for your EDF!

Specs:
RPM/V: 2200kv
Voltage: 6s
Max current: 80A
Max Power: 1600 watts
Suggested Rpm Operating Range.
  High Blade Count: 41000rpm
  Low Blade Count: 46000rpm
Poles: 4
Diameter: 29mm
Front Mounting Hole Distance: 19mm
Shaft Diameter: 4mm
Shaft Length: 10mm
Front mount Thread Size: M3
Plug type: Bullet-Connector 3.5mm
Weight: 174g

  • Kv(rpm/v) 2200.00
  • Max Current (Motor) (A) 80.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage (V) 22.00
  • Power (W) 1600.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 4.00
  • Length B (mm) 60.00
  • Can Diameter C(mm) 29.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 60.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 75.00
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Turbo_Raven | Verified Buyer

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Dr Mad Thrust 2200kv 1600w

Mar 14, 2018

Lots of power, More than 1800 g. on 4S and a 7x5 APC prop (89A)

Jose Maria | Verified Buyer

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Dr Mad Thrust 2200kv 1600w

Mar 11, 2018

It is a real beast. On 4S and a 7x5 APC prop I have meassured 1855gr thrust at 86A and the motor is barely warm.

NICK | Verified Buyer

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Pretty powerful

Aug 10, 2017

Just installed this motor in my FMS 70MM YAK with a custom fan and heatsink. Lots of power, seems great quality so far after a few flights. Time will tell. Motor is pretty heavy over all, but the price was right. Great budget motor..

Timothy | Verified Buyer

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very Nice

Jan 17, 2017

Nice motor....6s 5-5 speed prop 80 amp speed controller in a Roc hobby swift no info on speed but guessing around 140 mph.... Again very impressive motor! A little warm but nothing extreme.

pavcon | Verified Buyer

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Jan 09, 2016

I'm so impressed by the built quality of this motor. very well put together.. the wires are good. it has a notch on the front side of the shaft for better grip of the grub screw on the adapter. also the shaft extends to the back for a reason. did you ever try to tighten up the rotor nut but the motor was spinning? that's the reason of the shaft extension in the back which is not rounded to help you get a good grab with a nose pliers or any pliers so that you will tighten up the rotor nut without the motor spinning. amazing motor and performance also. with a 10 blader DPS series Impeller and a 3300mah Zippy compact 40c 6s pack I was pulling 70amps and around 1590watts IN THE PLANE (FW YAK-130 70mm)

Taylor | Verified Buyer

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Apr 25, 2015

Beast of a motor that you won't find anywhere else cheaper. Been running on a 12b FW impeller drawing over 2000wp on start up(settling to about 1700watts)in my Rebel on 6s for 3 months without a problem. This thing rocks, no better way to put it!! Keep up the awesomeness HK!
Peace
...Tayze

drdiscus | Verified Buyer

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Oct 23, 2014

I run a pair of these in 70mm 10 blade EDF's in alloy housings on 6s. Batteries are 2700mah 6s Turnigy NanoTec 65-135C. Toasted the batteries on 10 flights. 100A Turnigy dLux controllers. 80-ish amps. Motors are fine. I believe the alloy housing helps. Cooling at 1700 watts is essential, so with that said, they'll last, so long as you keep them from overheating.

My EDF's are out of balance from sand getting into the rotors and the units ran that way for a flight or two with no bent shaft. (Since that I have re-balanced the rotors).

I will also try the 29mm by 70mm 2600kv Dr. Mad Thrust motor.

They're a good build.

kevin | Verified Buyer

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Aug 29, 2014

Put it in my 70 mm sport jet with a 11 blade fast fast fast that's all I can say it is fast I ordered it on a Monday came on Friday flying Saturday can't ask for anything more

rodney | Verified Buyer

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Aug 22, 2014

Appears to be well made. Very strong magnet and nice bearings.

Fitted to multiplex funjet with a graupner cam speed 6x6 prop. 5s 2000mah 40c battery. Only done 2 flights but has reached 261km/h measured with hitec gps telemetry. Motor barely even warm.

Bench tested at over 1300watts @ 82A. Unfortunately unable to check wattage in flight. Will try 5x5 prop and 6s battery next.

Reimund | Verified Buyer

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Jun 16, 2014

Klasse Motor mit mchtig Power. Leistet mit einem APC 4,75X5,5 Propeller 1535Watt bei 71Ah Stromaufnahme an einem 3300er 6S Lipo. Mit einem anderen Propeller geht noch mehr. Der Wellendurchmesser ist 4mm und nicht 3,175mm.

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