EMAX RS2205-S 2300kV Brushless Motor (CW Thread)
The updated RS2205-S series of EMax "Red Bottom" Motors are upgraded with features racing multirotors absolutely need. The motor is lighter, offers faster bell rotational response, higher thrust, & uses premium materials that are backed with EMAX's legendary production quality.
Features at a Glance:
Lighter and Lower Profile
2 grams lighter than the first version of the RS2205, the RS2205-S has been overhauled for the weight conscious racer. The bell has been redesigned to have a lower profile without sacrificing the structural integrity of the motor. This eliminates unnecessary mass and allows quicker rotational response of the bell. The shorter motor height allows a lower center of gravity closer to the mounting point.
RS2205-S cooling fins have been reworked to keep the motor height and weight low while maintaining functionality.
N52SH Curved Magnets
By utilizing N52SH curved magnets, the pulling force between the stator and magnet is greatly increased. The design of the motor extracts every bit of force from these magnets and keeps it constant throughout the phases.
Genuine Japanese NMB bearings ensure smooth, long-lasting performance.
Compared to the RS2205, the new RS225-S cranks an average of 80 grams more thrust compared to the previous RS2205 motor. Details Here.
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.
This product was added to our catalog on November 3, 2016