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A high performance motor for electric radio control car use.
A high torque motor is designed for endurance race or low speed track.
Can be disassembled for maintenance. Features standard brushed.
Blue anodized end bell with brush dampers.
Features terminal heat sink and detachable chip capacitor.
[Caution] The rotation direction of the motor is counter-clockwise when viewed from the gear end.
No. of turn: 23 turns
Proper voltage range: 7.2V
RPM at no load: 26,500rpm (7.2V)
Best efficiency: 78%
Torque at best efficiency: 500gf.cm (7.2V)
make sure the rotation direction of the motor is correct. The rotation direction of the motor is counter-clockwise when viewed from the pinion gear end. Running the motor in the opposite direction will result in reduced performance.
Check brushes after use 10-15 full battery packs.
CAUTION WITH RUNNING THE MOTOR
Make sure to replace plastic bearings with ball bearings. Plastic bearings cannot endure motor rotation.
Continuous running will damage the motor. Let the motor cool after each full battery run.
Never overload the motor. Make sure that all the gears and rotating parts move smoothly to prevent motor burn out.
Never cover the motor. Covering will hinder heat dissipation resulting in damage.
If motor gets damaged or over-heats, performance will deteriorate.
Periodically disassemble, clean and maintain motor after running it.
Use only genuine Tamiya spare parts.
Communtator Cleaning Brush Set (53486) is recommended for cleaning. Replace the brush on one side (+ or -) and run the motor without load.