HPI Flux MMH 4000kV Brushless Motor

Brand: HPI

Part Number: HPI-112850

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For maximum power in your 1/10th scale on- or off-road vehicle, you need a powerful and versatile motor! This 4000KV motor has loads of power, enough for big air, huge top speeds, and wheel-spinning, grin-inducing sideways stunts!

The MMH-4000KV is great for all kinds of 1/10th scale vehicles: 

  • buggies
  • touring cars
  • scalers
  • drifters
  • Mini racers
  • crawlers
  • desert buggies
  • vintage touring cars
  • stadium trucks
  • short course trucks
  • desert trucks

4000kV Sensorless Brushless 4-Pole 1/10th Scale Motor
3.2mm Shaft
4mm bullet connectors

Use with the awesome #112851 FLUX EMH-3S BRUSHLESS ESC for complete control and versatility!

  • Brand: HPI
  • Part No: HPI-112850
  • Fitment: Standard Part

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would these bullets fit in the hobbywing max10?
Asked by Josh Barrott on 25th July 2018

They are 4mm, so would fit the HW30102601 fine

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Can this motor to be used with 106767 - FLUX VAPOR PRO WATERPROOF SPEED CONTROL? Thanks!
Asked by Lyuben Nyagulov on 4th November 2018

Yes, that should work together fine.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Are you able to get replacement bearings for this motor, if not where can I get them from, many thanks
Asked by Steve on 13th March 2019

HPI don't list replacement bearings for this I'm afraid.

However, if you let us know the sizes you need we'd be happy to take a look to see if we can find some alternative bearings?

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi would this motor be ok to use in something like a Schumacher cougar lay down or losi 22 etc?
Asked by Andrew Potter-cobbold on 27th December 2019

It'll fit, yes.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Any idea what speed I can get out of this?
Asked by Liam on 13th October 2020

That depends on what it's bolted into and the gearing etc...

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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