HPI Flux MLH-2200 Brushless Motor #120010
The Flux MLH-2200 is the centerpiece of our latest 1/8th scale brushless-powered vehicles. If you're looking for jaw-dropping and awe-inspiring power for your 1/8th scale off-road vehicles, this is where you can stop looking! The Flux MLH-2200 will give you more than enough power for anything you're looking for: giant air stunts, multiple back flips, colossal top speeds, and wheel-spinning sideways action!
Featuring the sleekest heatsink design of any HPI 1/8th scale brushless motor case, the Flux MLH-2200 has 11 heat-radiating ribs circling the black-anodized case. These fins help dissipate the heat that the motor will generate as it spins up to thousands of times per second to give you the awesome stunt action you want to get out of your RC car or truck.
With the ability to handle twin 3S LiPo batteries (that's more than 22 volts of LiPo power!), the Flux MLH-2200 can deal with anything you can ask of it! 6.5mm bullet connectors on 12-gauge motor connector wires transmit maximum power from the speed controller for instant wheelie or dirt-throwing action.
With a 5mm motor shaft, you can fit any of the available optional pinions for your Vorza, Savage Flux HP or Savage XL Flux.
The Flux MLH-2200 has a 4-pole rotor for high torque, fast acceleration response, and stable power output.
The machined aluminum housing, alloy steel output shaft, and high-precision bearings ensure high durability and smoothness.
Please note: The Flux MLH-2200 must be used with an ESC that can handle the immense power it requires, the #120021 Flux ELH-6S Waterproof ESC is the perfect match!
- HPI Racing Vorza Flux
- HPI Racing Savage XL Flux
KV (No Load): 2200KV
Resistance (Ω): 0.0058
No Load Current: 5A
Connector: 6.5mm Bullet
Dimensions (mm): Φ=42 / L=74
Shaft (mm): Φ=s5 / L=18.5
Application: 1/8th Buggy/Monster Truck
NOTE: Before driving in wet conditions, make sure that other electronics fitted to the vehicle are safe to use (marked as water-resistant or waterproof), or that they are fully enclosed and protected from water and moisture (such as in a sealed receiver/battery case). Fans mounted on speed controllers are not water resistant - we recommend to disconnect the fan from the ESC before driving in wet conditions and allow it to dry fully before reconnecting the fan power. Lubricate exposed metal drivetrain parts such as bearings, outdrives and diff shafts before driving in wet conditions. Motors are not intended for submerged use and may be damaged if used when under water. After driving in wet conditions, make sure to rinse off dirt and any corrosive liquids like saltwater with plain water and re-lubricate metal drivetrain parts.