EMAX RS2306 2400kV Brushless Motor (CW Thread) (Black)

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EMX-RS2306-2400-B
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The EMAX 2306 series of motors offer some of the highest levels of quality and performance in a motor to-date. Boasting incredible thrust numbers, with a perfect blend of efficiency, showcases how EMAX is a leader within the FPV community and delivering products that continuously challenge the market with bold new designs.

Features at a Glance:

  • Low Profile
  • Modified Cooling Fins
  • Curved Magents
  • Updated Bearings
  • Higher Thrust Output
  • Hollow Shaft
  • Screw Secured Bell
Hollowed Steel Prop shaft and main shaft
The upgraded shafts maximize durability. No worry of damaging threads during crashes.


Bell Retaining Screw:
No more E-Clips. With a retaining screw, RS2205-S has no chance of having bells pop out during a race. It is also easy to service the motor without needing a special tool.

EMAX Legendary Production Quality:

Engineered and produced In-House with state-of-the-art production techniques and machines, every motor that comes out of our factory is guaranteed to have the tightest build tolerances. It is with this ability, that Emax can achieve 0.10mm magnet to stator air-gap and crash-durability racers come to love.

Specifications:

  • Configuration: 12N14P
  • Diameter: 28.3mm
  • Height: 30.1mm
  • Prop Shaft Diameter: 5mm
  • Thread Direction: Clockwise (CW)
  • kV: 2400
  • Voltage Input: 3s-4s LiPo (11.1V - 14.8V)
  • Weight: 33.84g
  • Internal Shaft Diameter: 3mm


This product was added to our catalog on April 24, 2017.

Steven Giampino
Verified Owner
Monday, May 8 2017 (3 months ago)
EMAX RS2306 2400kV Brushless Motor (CW Thread) (Black)
I personally think these rs2306 2400kv motors are the best emax motors to date. The amp draw is very minimal but still kills a 1500mah in 3 min. The motor and bearings are very solid just like the rest of the emax motors however im not a fan of the hollow shaft I have already broke a shaft in half on my second day flying and it was only from clipping a branch and falling to the grass. I also am not a fan of only clockwise thread they should bring the reverse thread back. As I clipped the branch with the clockwise thread and a clockwise motor direction the prop nut emediatedly flew off and the prop managed to stay on but when it landed the shaft snapped. I have crashed many times and way faster with the old rs2205 motors and have never had a problem. As a review I would say these rs2306 motors are deffinetaly better performing motors but less reliable compared to the old rs2205.)