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Dr. Mad Thrust 90mm 12 Blade Alloy EDF 1550kv - 2350w (6S)

Dr. Mad Thrust 90mm 12 Blade Alloy EDF 1550kv - 2350w (6S)

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Introducing our Dr. Mad Thrust high performance EDF series. The Dr. has been hard at work to bring you MAD power EDF systems with excellent quality, high performance and at a price that will leave some cash in your pocket.

The Dr. Mad Thrust EDF series are pre-assembled and dynamically balanced making them simple and easy to fit, no unit assembly is required. As well as high power, these fans have excellent cooling and run so smoothly, the sound is amazing, there is also no housing distortion unlike plastic fans. This high quality, powerful fan is a great way to upgrade your 90mm EDF jet to a speeding missile in around an hour!

Dr. Mad Thrust EDF series - just the right prescription for your model!
 
Features:
• Pre-assembled
• Factory dynamically balanced
• High power with superior cooling
• High quality construction
• 7 Stator alloy housing
 
Specs:
EDF Rotor Diameter: 90mm
Outer Diameter: 92mm
Construction: Aluminum alloy
Weight: 645g (complete unit with 4mm connectors)
Max RPM: 37,000
Motor Type: B4074 Brushless Inrunner 1550kv
Max Power: 2350w
Continuous Power: 2200w
Max Voltage: 22.2V (6S)
Max Amps: 99A
Max Thrust: 3.40kg

  • SKU 9107000189
  • Brand Dr Mad Thrust
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 853.0000
  • Packaging Length 220.00
  • Packaging Width 110.00
  • Packaging Height 155.00
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I just purchased two of these EDF units. I test ran one of them but was only able to get 1,364 watts * 22.2 V. I need to get the full 2200 watts as listed in the info provided. Do I need to run on 8s with a 100 amp esc to get to the 2200 watts?

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I just purchased two of these EDF units. I test ran one of them but was only able to get 1,364 watts * 22.2 V. I need to get the full 2200 watts as listed in the info provided. Do I need to run on 8s with a 100 amp esc to get to the 2200 watts?

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