EMAX RS2205 2600KV Red Bottom Motor (FPV Racing)

$ 16.75 USD

You have heard the buzz about these motors and for good reason. They are monsters! Introducing the Emax Race Spec family of high performance brushless motors for multirotor FPV racing. Redesigned and engineered to perform better than most in it’s class, every motor is precision crafted within tight tolerances. Paired with performance driven props from any leading manufacturer will result in unreal thrust. 

Cooling: The unique fins machined into the bell draw up cool air from the motor base and through the coils as the motor spools up. The faster it spins, the more air it ventilates. Cooling fins significantly reduce heat soak by at least 30%. This “cool” feature allows the RS2205 to not only have a longer lasting motor, but also harness the power of N52 magnets.

N52 Magnets: Uses the highest grade magnets. Better acceleration, stopping power, and sustained RPMs during high kv.

Bearings: Genuine Japanese NMB Bearings provide long lasting, smooth performance.

Thrust: Produces over +1300g of thrust using 4S and 5040 Triblade. That is a 5" prop, not 6"!

 

Motor thrust test results (CLICK HERE)

 

Features: 

  • 1300 grams+ thrust with 4s battery and recommend propeller combo
  • Cooling Series Bell Design reduces motor temperature by at least 30%
  • Highest Grade N52 Neodymium magnets
  • Genuine Japanese NMB Bearings
  • Each Motor is Dynamically Balanced in the factory.
  • 15mm Extended Prop Shaft allows virtually any prop with 5mm hole.
  • 3 Lock nuts and 2 sets of motor screws for 3mm and 4mm thick frames.
  • Windings made from copper of high purity

 

Specs: 

  • Model: RS2205
  • KV: 2600kv
  • Weight: Approx. 30g with wires
  • Wire AWG: 20AWG
  • Stator Diameter: 22mm
  • Stator Height: 5mm
  • Shaft Diameter: 3mm
  • Configuration: 12N14P
  • Motor Diameter: 27.9mm
  • Motor Height: 31.7mm
  • Prop Adapter Shaft Thread: M5
  • Input voltage: 3S-4S (12.6 - 16.8v)
  • KV2600 With 5040 Tri Prop Max.thrust:1300+ grams

 

 

Counterclockwise and Clockwise rotation direction: 

There is some misunderstanding about these motors with regard to motor direction. The common believe is that you need two CW and two CCW motors per quad. This is actually NOT TRUE. The "motor direction" designation on these motors only applies to the direction of the M5 thread on the prop shaft. But, since these motors use Nylock nuts to hold the props down it doesn't matter which way they spin. The only reason you need directional threading is when the motor is used along with prop cones. But, this motor doesn't use prop cones. Who the heck uses prop cones anymore?! The cooling fins are symmetric around motor center line meaning they can spin either direction and provide the same cooling.