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E-flite Power 110 Brushless Outrunner Motor (295kV)

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EFLM4110A
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This is the E-flite Power 110 Brushless Outrunner Motor, 295 kV. The Power 110 is designed to deliver clean and quiet power equivalent to or surpassing the power of a 110-size 2-stroke glow engine for sport and scale airplanes weighing 9- to 15-pounds (4- to 6.8-Kg), 3D airplanes up to 11-pounds (5-Kg), or models requiring up to 2000 watts of power. It will provide excellent performance in the new Hangar 9 FuntanaX 100 ARF or ShowTime 4D 90 ARF. The Power 110 provides perfect power for the Ultra Stick Lite 120 ARF.

Features
  • Equivalent to or surpassing the power of a 110-size 2-stroke glow engine for 915-lb (46.8 kg) airplanes
  • Ideal for 3D airplanes up to 11 lb (5 kg)
  • High-torque, direct-drive alternative to inrunner brushless motors
  • Includes mount and mounting hardware
  • High-quality construction with ball bearings and hardened 8mm steel shaft
  • Includes two 12mm prop shaft adapters tapped out for 1032 threads
  • Ideal for models requiring up to 2000 watts of power
  • External rotor design for better cooling

Specifications:
Type: Brushless Outrunner
Size: Equivalent to or surpassing the power of a 1.10 size 2-sroke glow engine
Bearings or Bushings: Ball Bearings
Wire Gauge: 13
Recommended Prop Range: 17x8 to 19x10
Voltage: 28.2 - 38.4
RPM/Volt (Kv): 295
Resistance (Ri): .03 ohms
Idle Current (Io): 1.20A @ 10V
Continuous Current: 55A
Maximum Burst Current: 65A (15 sec)
Cells: 24-32 NiMh/NiCd or 8s-9s LiPo
Speed Control: 85A High Voltage Brushless
Weight: 490g (17.5 oz)
Overall Diameter: 63mm (2.50 in)
Shaft Diameter: 8mm (.3 in)
Overall Length: 54mm (2.10 in)

This product was added to our catalog on December 5, 2007.