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Yokomo Racing Performer M4 Stock & Modified motors

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Yokomo have introduced their new generation of Racing Performer M4 brushless motors optimized and designed for the Stock and Modified classes. The motor features an open stator design to maximize cooling performance and also to give max power from the start to the end of the race. The M4 will be available in Modified version with the extreme high power 3.5T and 4.5T motors offering superior performance compared to the M3 series and also in JMRCA Stock Spec with 13.5T and 21.5T motors. These motors come with a specially designed stator which produces a smoother and more powerful acceleration feeling. The M4 motors will be available at the end of July.

Tekin T8 GEN3 1/8 brushless motor

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Tekin have introduced the new T8 GEN3 brushless motor for 1/8 vehicles. With a stronger rotor, new stack features and lower resistance the T8 GEN3 motors are a versatile, unmatched and advanced power delivery system. Relentless amounts of torque and power are at your disposal with industry-leading RC motor technology. Coupled with an RX8 GEN3 utilizing Tekin’s D2 Dual Drive Technology, the T8 GEN3 packs efficiency and precise control through the entire RPM range. . The T8 GEN3 is available in 2650kV, 2050kV, 1900kV, 1700kV and 1400kV for E-buggy and also 2250kV, 2000kV, 1700kV, 1550kV and 1350kV for E-truggy.

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Elliott Boots talks about REDS VX2 1/10 motors

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REDS Racing have released a new video where Elliott Boots talk about the VX2’s line of motors for 1/10 vehicles.

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Muchmore Fleta ZX8 low cogging torque 1/8 brushless motor

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Muchmore have introduced the new Fleta ZX8 low cogging torque 1/8 brushless motor. The Fleta ZX8 low cogging torque features the Flow-Max aluminium cooling body allowing maximum cooling and a special construction with a super low-friction ball bearings with a steel inner shield to provides maximum protection against the elements. Also the motor adopts the innovative 4-pole-8magnet “stagged pole” rotor and an adjustable timing system in a -10 to 10 degrees range.

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REDS Racing VX2 brushless motors

REDS Racing have introduced the New VX2 two poles electric brushless motors for 1/10 vehicles. REDS have been working for over two years with their best team drivers to make a completely new low resistance motor that guarantees maximum power and efficiency to ensure a big improvement over the previous version. REDS Racing VX2 housing is produced by simple 2-piece CNC processing that guarantees a higher cooling. REDS were able to increase the cooling efficiency by 20% compared to their first generation motors.

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KO Propo Advantage Capacitor C

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KO Propo have introduced the Advantage Capacitor C for an ESC for a brushless motor. This capacitor suppresses the decline of power in the latter half of a running time, allowing improved average lap in race and leading to a shortening of total time. The characteristic of this capacitor suppresses excessive rise of torque for a modified motor. To ensure that you can use the Advantage Capacitor C, please check the “Capacitor for Brush-less motor Chart” here.

Reedy S-Plus Competition Spec Class motors

After several months of behind-the-scenes development and track testing, Team Associated have announced the release of the all-new Reedy S-Plus Competition Spec Class motor. The heart of the S-Plus is a thin leg stator that allows shorter wire lengths, resulting in a massive reduction in resistance, a reduction in resistance just above the minimum allowed by R.O.A.R.

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Reedy Sonic 866 & 877 brushless motors

Team Associated have introduced the Reedy Sonic 866 and 877 brushless motors for 1/8 E-Buggy and E-Truggy. Several months of development by Reedy’s engineering staff and factory team drivers has resulted in motors that deliver performance that exceeds what is required at the highest level of competition.

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