E-flite Power 160 Brushless Outrunner Motor, 245Kv: 4mm Bullet

E-flite Power 160 Brushless Outrunner Motor, 245Kv: 4mm Bullet
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Ideal for 160-size sport and scale airplanes weighing 12 to 20 lb (5.4–9 kg), 3D airplanes up to 15 lb (6.8 kg), or models requiring up to 2700 watts of power.


  • Ideal for 3D airplanes up to 15 lb (6.8 kg)
  • High-quality construction with ball bearings and hardened 8mm steel shaft
  • Includes mount and mounting hardware
  • External rotor design for better cooling
  • High-torque alternative to inrunner brushless motors
  • Includes two 12mm prop shaft adapters tapped out for 10–32 threads
  • Slotted 14-pole outrunner design
  • Ideal for models requiring up to 2700 watts of power
  • Equivalent to or surpassing the power of a 160-size, 2-stroke, glow engine for 12–20 lb (5.4–9 kg) airplanes


Bushing Or BearingBearing
Shaft Diameter8mm (.30 in) (Includes two 12mm threaded prop shaft adapters with 1.5 pitch)
RPM/Volt (Kv)245
Idle Current (Io)1.45A @ 10V
Connector Type4mm Bullet
Wire Gauge13 AWG
Recommended Prop Range18x8 to 20x10
Motor DesignOutrunner
Motor TypeBrushless

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

Saturday, Jun 2 2018 (about 3 years ago)
E-flite Power 160 Brushless Outrunner Motor, 245Kv: 4mm Bullet
You're going to need a GPS.

I own the 110 and let me tell you, it is spooky powerful! It turns props that scare me. I don't want to be anywhere near it while it's running. It eats all the power I can afford to throw at it. I have a friend that put a 110 on his wheelchair and it takes all 300 pounds of him up ramps! So if you are serious about getting a 160, fear not weather it has the power you need. BUT DO NOT FORGET, the ESC required to drive it will most likely cost you ±$200 or so. Make sure you do the math for required amps, put your 12 to 14 inch prop on it, stand real far back and fly it into the stratosphere!

Oh, and by the way, $150 is a very good price for that motor.