April 28, 2018

Trinity Punisher Spec class brushless motors

Coming soon from Trinity is the new Punisher Spec class sensored brushless motors. Designed with racers and track owners in mind, the Spec class stock motor offers true zero point, yet infinite timing adjustment, an updated sensor board design as well as an open bearing on the sensor end for easy cleaning and oiling. Lower resistance solder tabs and maximised can cooling vents, a newly designed low resistance stator and a 12.5mm high torque rotor round out the package. The motor is available soon in 13.5T and 17.5T variants.

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April 2, 2018

Hiro Seiko brushless motor alloy screw sets

Made for 540-class brushless motors such as the Muchmore Fleta ZX V2, ORCA Blitreme or Ready S+Plus and Sonic 540-M3 are new aluminium screw sets from Hiro Seiko. They are available in a total of six colours and while saving some weight they also raise the top RPM by about five percent as they have no influence on the magnetic field of the motor. The screws are made of aircraft-grade aluminium and they are available in purple, dark blue, light blue, orange, red and silver anodising.

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March 19, 2018

RC Concept ECR10 540-class brushless motor

RC Concept have released first images of their new ECR10 540-class electric brushless motor. Compared to the previous motor, the ECR features a high airflow can in 2-tone red and black finish, redesigned end plates, new heavy duty solder taps, and several other refinements. The motor will hit stores in several modified windings by end of March.

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March 8, 2018

Hudy 30mm & 40mm brushless fan 12-piece packs

Hudy’s 30mm and 40mm brushless fan units are now also available in convenient 12-piece XL packs. The reliable fans are ball-raced and feature solder tabs that allow to shorted the included 200mm all-black receiver wire to the needed size without having to crimp on new connectors. The fans are usable for speedo and motor cooling alike and the XL packs make it easy to equip a whole fleet of on-road or off-road cars.

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March 6, 2018

SchuurSpeed V4 stock brushless motor

SchuurSpeed have introduced their new V4 brushless stock motor. Designed to comply with ROAR rules – homologation is excepted late March – the motors feature an optimised short stack stator, new rotors, revised sensors, and they are 30 grams lighter; all contained in a specially designed can to maximise cooling. The motor will become available in 13.5T, 17.5T and 21.5T specifications and has already proven its performance by taking multiple stock class wins at last weekend’s Desert Classic race.

Source: SchuurSpeed [schuurspeed.com]


February 27, 2018

Team Powers 5000kV MBX brushless motor

Coming soon from Team Powers is a 5000kV variant of the MBX censored brushless motor. Designed for smaller scale vehicles, the 16x27mm motor weighs in at 18.5g and it utilises a 2mm pinion shaft. The sensored design makes for exceptional low-RPM drivability and with its 5000kV rating it is usable for a wide range of applications.

Source: Team Powers [team-powers.com]


February 9, 2018

Hobbywing XeRun V10 G3 Modified & Stock motors

Coming soon from Hobbywing are the new XeRun V10 G3 Modified and Stock brushless motors. An evolution of the previous G2 motors, both are of a radical new design that does away with wide parts of the classic motor can in favour of longer front and rear end bells that are also tailor-designed to suit the application. While the 5.5T to 8.5T modified motors, intended for off-road applications, sport smaller openings in the end bells to prevent dirt from entering, the 3.5T to 5.0T modified and 10.5T to 21.5T stock motors will come with larger openings for added airflow and cooling. Both end bell designs are also available separately as upgrades. The updated can design greatly reduces overall weight with the modified motors weighing at approximately 161g while the stock variants weigh in at about 132g. While being lower in weight, Hobbywing claim the stock variants also produce four percent increased torque and up to 16 percent higher RPM compared to the G2. Also new for the G3 are a 26 percent larger front and a 6 percent smaller rear bearing which leads to more stable and smoother running motors. Both variants also come with stepless adjustable timing, in order to fine-tune the power characteristics. The specifications are rounded off by heavy duty solder tabs and a single sensor wire port.

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