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HXT 2835 (380S) 2200kv Brushless Inrunner

HXT 2835 (380S) 2200kv Brushless Inrunner

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SKU:
HXTBS-2835C-2200
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Motor Size: 2835 (380S)
Speed: 2200kv
ESC Required: 25A
Voltage Range: 6~12v
No Load Curr: .4A
Max Load: 32A
Power: 220W

Diameter: 28.2mm + heatsink(4mm)
Length: 37mm
Front Mounting Hole Distance: 19mm
Front Mount Thread Size: M3
Shaft Diameter: 3.175mm
Shaft Length: 12mm
Weight: 98.7grams (Including wires and plugs)

  • SKU HXTBS-2835C-2200
  • Brand -
  • Shipping Weight 150.0000
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  • Kv(rpm/v) 2200.00
  • Max Current (A) 32.00
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 12.00
  • Power (W) 220.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 3.00
  • Length B (mm) 37.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 34.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 35.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 49.00
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installed this motor on the bixler (aka sky surfer). put a 3 blade sport prop and this plane is quite fast now. way faster than stock motor and prop. fun to fly. this motor is one tough motor too. my third one. watts were 200 watts and 19 amps.

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installed this motor on the bixler (aka sky surfer). put a 3 blade sport prop and this plane is quite fast now. way faster than stock motor and prop. fun to fly. this motor is one tough motor too. my third one. watts were 200 watts and 19 amps.

I use this motor with my son's Easystar, prop 6x4, ESC 25.

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I use this motor with my son's Easystar, prop 6x4, ESC 25.

Nice motor... the heat sink is a good feature... dissipates the heat and it is really necessary for this motor because it gets hot really hot...

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Nice motor... the heat sink is a good feature... dissipates the heat and it is really necessary for this motor because it gets hot really hot...

Come sempre ottimi motori in rapporto al loro prezzo davvero unico. Caratteristiche simili ai motori originali, ma non uguali. A parit di modello, consumo di ca 2 amp maggiore rispetto originale. Consigliato, usato su un Easystar...molto power

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Come sempre ottimi motori in rapporto al loro prezzo davvero unico. Caratteristiche simili ai motori originali, ma non uguali. A parit di modello, consumo di ca 2 amp maggiore rispetto originale. Consigliato, usato su un Easystar...molto power

With 4 ounces of weight in the nose, this motor took my wild hawk up into the clouds. It was a little too high one day that I lost connection and plummeted down into the ocean. Fortunately it didn't hit anyone. The motor still survived since it didn't get wet. It has more power then the other Turnigy 2200kv motor. It is unquestionably the best motor I have ever used.

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With 4 ounces of weight in the nose, this motor took my wild hawk up into the clouds. It was a little too high one day that I lost connection and plummeted down into the ocean. Fortunately it didn't hit anyone. The motor still survived since it didn't get wet. It has more power then the other Turnigy 2200kv motor. It is unquestionably the best motor I have ever used.

this motor runs stronger then the turnigy 2830 with no heat fins. it survived 3 crashes and still runs. it will force its way up without a hiccup even with more then 3 ounces of weight in the nose. i used a 5.5 prop, 2200 mAp 25 c lipo, and 40 amp esc. i'm going to change my easy star lipo to this one. it's better!

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this motor runs stronger then the turnigy 2830 with no heat fins. it survived 3 crashes and still runs. it will force its way up without a hiccup even with more then 3 ounces of weight in the nose. i used a 5.5 prop, 2200 mAp 25 c lipo, and 40 amp esc. i'm going to change my easy star lipo to this one. it's better!

I use this motor in my super lightning/wild hawk. I use a 40 amp esc, 5.5X5 prop, with 3s 2200 25c lipo battery. I've had to use 4 ounces of weight because this plane is very tail heavy. This motor is powerful!. Even with the weight, it took my super lightning up almost into the clouds. You could only see the red wings. I've had 2 crashes with one in the ocean. It still working. Stays cool and is built well. Best motor around.

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I use this motor in my super lightning/wild hawk. I use a 40 amp esc, 5.5X5 prop, with 3s 2200 25c lipo battery. I've had to use 4 ounces of weight because this plane is very tail heavy. This motor is powerful!. Even with the weight, it took my super lightning up almost into the clouds. You could only see the red wings. I've had 2 crashes with one in the ocean. It still working. Stays cool and is built well. Best motor around.

Good punch, I bought 2 for my boat to replace the stock brushed motors.

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Good punch, I bought 2 for my boat to replace the stock brushed motors.

I use this motor in my super lightning (wild hawk) by hobby people with easy star wings. The esc is 40a with 2200 mAh 25c tunigy nano lipo battery and 5.5X4 pusher prop. Lots of usable power. My plane rockets up to the tip of the clouds. Drilled a hole into the canopy to cool the esc because it gets hot. But it's a powerful motor. Because I like to glide, on landing the esc and battery are cool. On my easy star, I will use a 50 amp esc.

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I use this motor in my super lightning (wild hawk) by hobby people with easy star wings. The esc is 40a with 2200 mAh 25c tunigy nano lipo battery and 5.5X4 pusher prop. Lots of usable power. My plane rockets up to the tip of the clouds. Drilled a hole into the canopy to cool the esc because it gets hot. But it's a powerful motor. Because I like to glide, on landing the esc and battery are cool. On my easy star, I will use a 50 amp esc.

Nice cheap motor, for mine funjet, im an beginner... Zo not the need for an quicker one. Run it with an 30amp esc.

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Nice cheap motor, for mine funjet, im an beginner... Zo not the need for an quicker one. Run it with an 30amp esc.

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