SkyRC have introduced their new Toro X8T V2 brushless motor for 1/8th scale E-truggies. The 6-pole 1950kv motor is of a 18-slot stator design for improved torque while high-purity copper windings and ultra-thin 0.2mm stator laminations make for high efficiency, resulting in reduced heat built-up and longer run times. The sensorless motor utilises a machined T6 billet aluminium can with heatsink ribbing and it measures 42.2x74mm including said heatsink.
SkyRC have introduced their new Toro X8 V2 electric brushless motor for 1/8th scale applications. The sensorless motor is housed in a CNC-machined T6 billet aluminium heatsink can and it is of a 6-pole, 18-slot stator design for a high-torque, high-power output. Utilising super high conductance silicon wires, a sintered neodymium magnet rotor and high purity copper windings the motor also offers high efficiency for low operation temperatures. The X8 V2 is available in a 2100kv and a 2400kv variant soon.
Coming from SkyRC is the new Toro X8 Pro brushless motor for 1/8th scale applications. Sporting a CNC-machined T6 billet aluminium heatsink can, the 4-pole motor comes with a 12-slot stator and a high-torque motor design for improved performance in demanding conditions. Ultra-thin 0.2mm stator laminations and high-purity copper windings make for maximum efficiency with the sintered Neodymium rotor further upping torque capabilities. High-RPM oversized bearings and heavy duty solder tabs add to the features list of the motor that, for now, is available as 2150kv variant only.
Scorpion keeps releasing more winding options of their newly introduced RR-3420 competition brushless motor. Offering the same features as the previously released variants the 21.5T motor comes with a 12.5mm high-torque rotor for high braking power and performance while keeping the operation temperatures low. The motor is built to meet ROAR specifications and it is available now.
Adding to the recently announced 10.5T and 13.5T ROAR-Spec RR-3420 motor is Scorpion’s latest stock racing offering, the 17.5T. Using the same high-airflow aluminium can, screw-type 12.5mm rotor and high-quality stator and winding materials, the motor is meant to deliver exceptional power in all stock racing classes. It features gold-anodised front and back plates, a black anodised heatsink design can and the large vent openings allow to check the stator for its specifications. The motor awaits ROAR approval by the time you read this and it is available now.
Following the a 10.5T version Scorpion now also introduced a 13.5T variant of their all-new RR-3420 ROAR-spec brushless motor. Designed using a black anodised aluminium high-airflow can and a 12.5mm high-torque rotor the spec racing motor is made for competition use and it currently awaits ROAR approval. Apart from being of 13.5T specifications the motor sports the same features as the faster 10.5T variant with a screw-type rotor surface for cooling, high-grade silicon steel stator material and high-purity copper wires.
Yokomo have introduced a truck load of new parts for the YR-10 formula kit as well as optional rotors for the Racing Performer brushless motors. Starting with the YR-10 options, first up is a hard graphite main chassis plate. Featuring the same design and thickness as the original chassis the part is made from much harder carbon fibre, making for decreased flex and thus improved handling on high-bite surfaces. The chassis is a direct replacement and usable on both carpet and asphalt tracks.
Scorpion have introduced their all-new RR-3420 brushless motor. Designed to meet ROAR specifications the motor features an 7075 aluminium case with heatsink design and several cooling openings that also allow to check the stator specifications. Furthermore the motor utilises high-temperature magnets and high-purity copper wires for minimal internal resistance. The stator material is high-grade silicon steel and a built-in cooling fan reduces the internal temperatures while a patented screw-type rotor surface increases flux density and maximises cooling. The motor is currently available as 10.5T variant and should get ROAR approval soon.