EMAX GT2215/09 1180kV Brushless Motor

EMAX GT2215/09 1180kV Brushless Motor
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Emax GT2215/09 1180kV Brushless Motor. Originally found in the EMax Power Pack "C". 

Motor Specifications
 Model  Cell Count kV Prop  RPM  Max Current (<60S)  Thrust

 GT2215/09

 3s LiPo (11.1V)

 1180

 10x4.7  8300  26A  1250g
 GT2215/09  3s LiPo (11.1V)  1180  10x6  8850  24A  1140g

 

Specifications
Input Voltage:
 2-3s LiPo (7.4-11.1V)
Stator Dimensions: 22x15mm
Shaft Diameter: 4mm
Weight: 70g
Mounting Dimensions: 16x19mm w/3mm hole
Recommended Model Weight: 300-1100g (AUW with Battery)
Recommended Prop: 10x4.7 - 11x3.8

Includes:

  • (1) EMax GT2215/09 Brushless Motor
  • (1) Bolt on Prop Adatpter w/Hex Nut
  • (1) Clamp Style Prop Adapter
  • (3) Female Bullet Connectors
  • (1) "X" Style Motor Mount

This product was added to our catalog on August 30, 2017

Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 8 2021 (7 months ago)
EMAX GT2215/09 1180kV Brushless Motor
Great motor, used it for an FT Spitfire and an FT Mustang and I was never disappointed. Definitely has the right amount of power for any of the Flite Test standard kits. Just note if you want to use 4S go for the Flite Test radial 2218B, but otherwise, this is a great choice that I would recommend to anybody.
Friday, May 29 2020 (about a year ago)
EMAX GT2215/09 1180kV Brushless Motor
the motor itself is great but the wires are horrible the bullet connectors fell off, and I couldn't solder them back on because of the material the wires are made out of. so I had to use crimp splicers and they don't work all that well.
Verified Owner
Sunday, May 17 2020 (about a year ago)
EMAX GT2215/09 1180kV Brushless Motor
Great motor, however don’t be like me and put a hole in your battery. I mounted my prop using the adapter plate leaving the shaft pointing rearward in my plane. After a hard nose down crash I found my battery had come loose and impaled itself on the shaft. Now I need to either build a buffer around the shaft or trim it off.