Innov8tive Designs New Scorpion Motors

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S-2503-1610 F3P Motor The Scorpion S-2503-1610 F3P Special motor is designed to be the ultimate competition motor for the indoor F3P planes. This motor is designed to run on a 2-cell Li-Po battery pack, and when teamed up with a Scorpion 11 amp ESC, provides a potent power system for your indoor model. The S-2503-1610 motor features a Titanium Main shaft, and tips the scales at a scant 20 grams (0.69 ounces). This motor was optimized to work with props such as the GWS 8x4DD and 8×4.3SF, which are so popular with the indoor fliers, providing 12 ounces of thrust with a current draw of only 7 amps on a 2-cell Li-Po battery pack.  Retail price for this motor is $34.99.

S-5030-220 F3A Motor The Scorpion S-5030-220KV motor was specifically developed for F3A electric pattern aircraft, and is designed to run on 10 Li-Po cells with props in the 19 to 22 inch range. Everything possible has been done on this motor to get the most power at the lightest weight. The front housing, bearing tube and flux ring have been made as light as possible, and a titanium main shaft is used to save even more weight, while maintaining strength.  Tipping the scales at 606 grams, the new Scorpion S-5030-220 F3A motor has an extremely high power to weight ratio to provide contest winning performance for your F3A Electric Pattern aircraft.  This motor has a retail price of $249.99.

 HK-4015-1450 Motor The Scorpion HK-4015-1450 motor was developed for the newer 500 class electric helicopters running on a 6-cell Li-Po battery. This motor was developed to provide higher torque output that the popular HK-3026 series motor, for people that need extra power for a scale 500 class helicopter or just want a bit more power available for their 3D helicopter.  This motor has a retail price of $99.99.

 HK-4225-610 (Limited Edition) The Scorpion HK-4225-610 Limited Edition motor was developed for use in 600 class helicopters running on 10-cell Li-Po power. This motor represents the most technologically advanced power source ever offered for a 600 class electric helicopter. Each of the new HK-4225 Limited Edition motor is wound with a single strand of 16 AWG (1.3mm) wire for the highest possible efficiency. This motor is capable of running continuously at an input power of 3000 watts at 80 amps, and can handle peak inputs of 4800 watts and 130 amps.  Because this motor is so labor intensive to make, the factory can only produce one motor per day, so it will be in short supply.  For the competition level 600 class helicopter pilots, there simply is not a better motor available anywhere, period!  This limited edition motor has a retail price of $349.99.

 HK-5020-450 Motor The Scorpion HK-5020-450 motor is designed for 700 class Electric Helicopters, and for people that want to convert their .90 size glow helicopter to electric power. This motor has a maximum continuous power rating of 3770 watts at 85 amps, and a peak power rating of 5320 watts at 120 amps! The larger diameter 50mm stator allows this motor to produce insane amounts of torque, for the high power level demands presented by the larger 700 class electric helicopters. To handle all of this power, the Scorpion HK-5020-450 motor features a massive 10mm main shaft that is precision ground down to 6mm at the pinion end. This allows the use of over-size main bearings, and still be able to fit the stock 700 class pinion gears that have a 6mm bore.  This motor has a retail price of $199.99

 

 

HK-5035-500 Motor The Scorpion HK-5035-500 motor will provide all the power you need for the larger 800 class electric helicopters, those massive electric powered scale projects, or for your workhorse camera platform helicopters that need to be able to lift heavy weights reliably. This motor has a maximum continuous power rating of 5400 watts at 120 amps, and a peak power rating of 7100 watts at 160 amps! That is equal to 9-1/2 Horsepower Peak! The larger diameter 50mm stator allows this motor to produce insane amounts of torque, providing plenty of power for the larger 800 class machines. To handle all of this power, the Scorpion HK-5035-500 motor features a massive 10mm main shaft that is precision ground down to 8mm at the pinion end. This allows the use of over-size main bearings, and still be able to fit the stock 800 class pinion gears that have a 8mm bore.  This motor retails for $269.99.

 

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