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HGLTech Flame HF2207 2675kv
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A new entry from HGLTech in the high Kv large stator class.

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Summary

Published: Nov 29, 2018 by quadmcfly

HGLTech Flame HF2207 2675kv

Tested KV:2650kv
Weight:31.9g
Stator W:22mm
Stator H:7mm
HGLTech has made a name for themselves primarily in the electronics aspect of our hobby, but has recently made the move into custom motors. We recently tested the low Kv high voltage Flame motor, with some impressive results, as well as their 1105 micro motor on the dyno.  This motor is identical to the low Kv motor, only wound to a different number of turns for the higher Kv. Check out the review of the 1775kv for more information on the build.

Results

With the crazy numbers the 1775kv version put out on 6S it's no surprise to see this one near the top of the list for the high Kv motors as well.  This thing puts out some crazy power for the voltage, approaching 1500g even on light dual blade 5" props, and easily clearing 1700kv on mid-weight 5" triblades.  All that power comes at a cost though, with some crazy amp draw, hitting over 50A on the HQ 5x4.5x3 v1s. The current draw tapers off pretty rapidly as it moves down the throttle, but efficiency is definitely not the target for this motor. The insane power definitely limits the application here to the light end of the 5" spectrum, with a lighter AUW providing gains in efficiency by increasing unloading.  If you're looking at absolutely monster speeds at any cost, then this is the motor for you!