MTB Neo-Hellcat 180 Motor for Nerf Blasters (IN STOCK)
MTB Neo-Hellcat 180 Motor for Nerf Blasters (IN STOCK)
MTB Neo-Hellcat 180 Motor for Nerf Blasters (IN STOCK)
MTB Neo-Hellcat 180 Motor for Nerf Blasters (IN STOCK)

MTB Neo-Hellcat 180 3s Motor for Nerf Blasters

Regular price $14.00 Sale

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
This is an upgraded version of the Hellcat motor. 

Please note: This motor absolutely needs high gauge wiring and a high drain lipo pack. The performance will be vastly different when using a 25c rated 3s vs a 65c pack (assuming 1000mah pack). Additionally, I feel that it is almost a REQUIREMENT to run a Mosfet setup on your switch. These motors stalled will certainly burn out even a 21A switch.

FEATURES:
• The color on these motor is now a light gold. The coating has been changed to avoid scratching. Some minor scratches may still be present due to shipping. This will not impact motor performance.
• Neodymium magnets

SPECS:
• 3s
• Price is per motor
• Shaft size: 2mm (smooth)

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Cole
Great motor,need MOSFET

These motors spin up instantly, and take forever to stop, I would motor break these. Put them in the Eclipse set up and getting 180s. These are great if ur looks ng for a power house motor that will fling any foam!

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Dominic
Excellent motors

The neo hellcats are the best motor I have ever used, period. insanely torqued out (able to use FVJs with a 41.5mm cage), extraordinarily fast spin up times, very nice RPM, and perfect for full auto builds. If you don't mind some shell cutting, I assure you that these motors are worth every dollar you spend on them!

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Thomas
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Christopher Poon
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Evan
Etsy Review Fastest spin-up time with pretty much any flywheels. This...

Fastest spin-up time with pretty much any flywheels. This has been my second pair, and I usually run MOSFETs with all of my set ups so these motors are not extra work.