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HexTronik 20g Brushless Outrunner 2300kv

HexTronik 20g Brushless Outrunner 2300kv

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HXM2211-2300
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Dimension: 23mm x 24mm, 34mm(with shaft)
Weight: 20g  (kv2300) (not including connectors)
Diameter of shaft: 2mm
Length of front shaft: 9.8mm

Max performance
Voltage: 2S
Max current: 5.3~8.5A/20S
Prop: 6x3~7x3.5
Thrust: 300g
Power: 72W
For 200~300g model airplane (Indoor).
  • SKU HXM2211-2300
  • Brand hexTronic
  • Shipping Weight 45.0000
  • Length 65.00
  • Width 40.00
  • Height 40.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 2300.00
  • Max Current (A) 8.50
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 7.00
  • Power (W) 72.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 2.00
  • Length B (mm) 22.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 22.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 8.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 33.00
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Includes no mounting screws. The holes are four smooth bore (i.e. not threaded) 2mm holes on a 16mm diameter circle (i.e. 16mm between pairs of opposite holes).

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Includes no mounting screws. The holes are four smooth bore (i.e. not threaded) 2mm holes on a 16mm diameter circle (i.e. 16mm between pairs of opposite holes).

I own 5 of them. On 2S they let my 8-10 oz planes fly well. On 3S they will accelerate straight up.

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I own 5 of them. On 2S they let my 8-10 oz planes fly well. On 3S they will accelerate straight up.

Very good motor for small planes

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Very good motor for small planes

This motor uses teensy tiny (about 1mm) grub screws to hold the motor in its mount. Some other motors I purchased from HK had the correct Allen key supplied with the motor so that you can tighten and loosen as required. I thought I had it covered with my own set of tools, but my key was a little loose and I managed to lose both grub screws after not really tightening them up enough, rendering the motor useless to me unless I can get some new grub screws, but they're gonna be rarer than hens teeth. Easier to just buy another motor (different one). Bit disappointed but the motor is still great value. Another weakness as on all these small motors is how easy it is to stress damage a motor lead from moving the motor around a bit. Be careful with them and good luck :)

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This motor uses teensy tiny (about 1mm) grub screws to hold the motor in its mount. Some other motors I purchased from HK had the correct Allen key supplied with the motor so that you can tighten and loosen as required. I thought I had it covered with my own set of tools, but my key was a little loose and I managed to lose both grub screws after not really tightening them up enough, rendering the motor useless to me unless I can get some new grub screws, but they're gonna be rarer than hens teeth. Easier to just buy another motor (different one). Bit disappointed but the motor is still great value. Another weakness as on all these small motors is how easy it is to stress damage a motor lead from moving the motor around a bit. Be careful with them and good luck :)

This motor rocks! Weighs 17g and will run on 2-4s batteries Use Plush 10a. esc. My data.. 5.25x3.5 Eflight prop, 3s 460mah, 6.5 amps 9-10oz thrust.
4s 500mah, 16 oz thust at 9.5a
4x4 GWS.. 23,000 rpm * 9a on 360mah 4s.
7x3.5 GWS 8oz thrust * 7a on 2s, 460mah

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This motor rocks! Weighs 17g and will run on 2-4s batteries Use Plush 10a. esc. My data.. 5.25x3.5 Eflight prop, 3s 460mah, 6.5 amps 9-10oz thrust.
4s 500mah, 16 oz thust at 9.5a
4x4 GWS.. 23,000 rpm * 9a on 360mah 4s.
7x3.5 GWS 8oz thrust * 7a on 2s, 460mah

This is my go-to motor for my mini-popwing, or bonsai. I use a 10amp birdie esc with a 500Mah 3 cell, and a 6030 prop. Talk about fast and agile.

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This is my go-to motor for my mini-popwing, or bonsai. I use a 10amp birdie esc with a 500Mah 3 cell, and a 6030 prop. Talk about fast and agile.

good quality. works as described above.

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good quality. works as described above.

a small motor. i bought to put in the micro stuka that HK sell.it be a bit fidily to get the screws through the back.it`ll be my first and last buy of this motor.

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a small motor. i bought to put in the micro stuka that HK sell.it be a bit fidily to get the screws through the back.it`ll be my first and last buy of this motor.

I use this motor in a Bonsai wing with a 5x3 prop. works great. 10A esc and 500mah 2 cell batteries... enough to do loops and rolls without much effort. Great little motor

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I use this motor in a Bonsai wing with a 5x3 prop. works great. 10A esc and 500mah 2 cell batteries... enough to do loops and rolls without much effort. Great little motor

Great motor for the price but mine comes with a lose bolt... so I fixed it using Loctite 242 Threadlocker....

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Great motor for the price but mine comes with a lose bolt... so I fixed it using Loctite 242 Threadlocker....

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