Team Corally have introduced the Dynospeed 3.0 MODX sensored brushless motor series. Based around a T6 aluminium can the motors feature a high airflow design, high purity copper windings, heavy duty solder tabs as well as sintered Neodymium magnets. Other features include adjustable timing and dual sensor ports. The high performance competition motors comply with IFMAR, EFRA, BRCA and ROAR rules and they are available in 3.5T to 10.5T modified variants.
Trinity have introduced Modified versions of their popular Revtech 24K Stock racing motors. Available in 2.5T Drag Racing, 3.5T to 5.5T off-road and 6.5T to 9.5T off-road variants the motors feature thicker pure copper solder tabs, infinite timing adjustment, grade 5 ball bearings and a special gold-colour anodising to make them stand out.
Maclan Racing have introduced their all-new MR8 series of 1/8th competition brushless motors. Designed from the ground up for 4S LiPo racing classes, the completely rebuildable motors feature a machined heatsink design can, oversized precision ball bearings, heavy duty solder tabs and and a sensored, fixed timing design. The MR8 is available in a 1950kv and a 2150kv variant.
Maclan Racing have introduced their all-new MRR 540-size sensored competition brushless motors. They are built using pure copper wire and feature a balanced sintered rotor, adjustable timing, a lightweight, vented CNC-machined 6061 all-aluminium can and precision ball bearings. The spec class MRR motor is designed to the maximum tolerance of the rules and the short stack design will produce a lower resistance allowing the highest performance possible. The motors utilise heavy-duty concave-shape soldering taps for easy wiring and they are available in 3.5T to 25.5T variants from March.
Novak have introduced the new NX4 540-size 4-pole sensored brushless motor. Made for the use in 1/10th scale on-road and off-road vehicles the 3900kv motor offers a lot of bottom end torque thanks to its 4-pole design, making it ideal for heavy vehicles such as 2WD and 4WD trucks. The heatsink can lowers the operation temperature while ABEC 5 bearings and a Kevlar-wrapped rotor make for maximum performance and reliability. Rubber gaskets and a closed motor design help keeping dust and dirt away from the delicate internals. The motor comes pre-wired with 13AWG wire and gold-plated 4mm bullet-type connectors and it will become available soon.
Available soon from Novak is the intermediate-level Hammer 1/10th scale brushless speed controller. The sensored ESC is good for the use with 2S to 3S LiPo battery packs and down to 8.5T motors, making it ideal for a range of on-road and off-road applications. The controller is factory-defaulted to LiPo mode with reverse turned on and drivers can customise the firmware to suit their driving style, including throttle curve, brake power and many other parameters. The firmware also includes thermal overload protection, low-voltage protection, and motor lock-up protection for added reliability. Additionally, on-board diagnostics are standard in the firmware including a motor sensor checking test, error sensing, and on-board temperature diagnostics. Designed with a silicone gasket sealed case, the Hammer is protected from the elements such as water, dirt, and other debris and it comes pre-wired from the factory with gold-plated bullet connectors for easy installation.
Muchmore have introduced the Fleta ZX8 line of 1/8th competition brushless motors. The motor is based on a machined aluminium motor case with a large number of heatsink ribbings and Flow-Max venting hole technology for maximised cooling. The rotor runs in super low-friction ball bearings that offer both high efficiency and exceptional protection against dust and dirt and on top of this the ZX8 is of a dual sensor port design with adjustable timing. The motor is available in a 2050kv and a 1900kv variant and it includes a super flexible sensor wire.
Speedzone have introduced their new Elite Series brushless motor to compliment the Peerless Series. With a more linear feel, this latest offering allows a user to have every available motor option to suit track conditions and racing environments. A variety of turns are available and each motor is built to the highest quality and tolerance. Motors are bench tested to ensure sensor, stator and the ball bearings are all functioning to a strict quality control. Symmetrical vent openings in conjunction with the case and stator structure reduces motor temperature and maximises efficiency during an operating cycle. It also allows for easy stator measurement without disassembly. The Spec motors are produced with a short stator and HT rotor while the Modified motors come with a standard size stator.