The Lumenier MB2206-9 2450KV Freybott Special Edition Motor features a unique chrome multi-color finish, giving it a one of a kind look. The MB2206 has been named after and inspired by FPV pilot Phil Freybott, matching his style in both look and performance.This motor has been designed to provide maximum power and thrust in a small and lightweight package. The MB motors use a more powerful stator in combination with N52SH magnets and very small air gap, resulting in incredible power and performance.
Designed to provide top power during drone racing and a KV of 2450kv the MB2206 steps up the kv rating compared to the RX2206 2350kv motors that are so popular with acrobatic pilots. The new MB2206 motors come in at 28g continuing Lumenier's tradition of creating some of the lightest racing motors on the market.
Carefully assembled and dynamically balanced to the highest standard in Lumenier's climate controlled facility, the new Lumenier MB2206 motors deploy new glue technology, application robots for even glue distribution, and advanced curing procedures to ensure magnets won't slip -- even under the tremendous demands put on them during drone racing and FPV freestyle events.
- 1x Lumenier MB2206-9 2450Kv Freybott Motor
- 1x Lumenier M5 Black Aluminum Low Profile Lock Nut (CW)
- 4x M3x5 Button head screws
|Windings||9 turn DLRK|
|Weight||28g (with wires)|
|Idle Current @12.6v (Io)||0.76 A|
|Max Continuous Current (A) 60s||22A|
|Max Burst Current <10s||32A|
|Max Continuous Power (W) 60s||320W|
|Max Efficiency Current||(2.2-6A) 80%|
|Internal Resistance (Rm)||240mΩ|
|Motor Wire Length||100mm|
|Motor Connection||Bare Wire|
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Dayum.... review by YwunchaFPV on 9/28/2017
All honestly these motors have been amazing. I am scared to wreck em though. I fly pretty calmly in comparison to my others but they have sufficient punch and they just won’t get hot. Sure hope they hold up...
Even better in person review by Kirk on 6/8/2017
These are some gorgeous Motors so beautiful I almost don't want to fly them