The Turnigy TrackStar Sensored Brushless Motors V2 offer race winning performance at an incredible price!
Featuring an all new CNC alloy motor can with dynamic cooling technology, hand-wound high purity copper windings and powerful sintered neodymium magnets, you won’t find a better priced motor of this calibre anywhere else! Designed specifically for ROAR, these new high RPM motors also feature adjustable timing which allows for fine tuning the performance of your ride while the sensor ensures smooth start-ups and acceleration. If you thought the original TrackStar Brushless Motors were good, the V2 will blow you and your competitors away.
The TrackStar brushless motors make a great upgrade or competition motor for 1/10th short course trucks, buggies, touring cars or anything else that uses 540 size motors.
!!! Now officialy approved by ROAR !!!
• Super light weight body (14g)
• Maximize cooling effect
• 2 sensor port position
• Adjustable timing angle
• Balanced 12.5mm Sintered Neodymium magnet rotor
• Specially turned for better mid~high end torque output
Max current: 28A
Max power: 190W
Idie current: 1.1A
Cell count: 1~2S Lipoly
These motors are fantastic. Just as fast as the $100 motors. I upgraded from the V1 of this motor and there is quite a noticeable power difference. If your not bothered about what "name" you carry on your motor then this is the way to go, you won't be disappointed.Solid solid motor. Excellent upgrade from the originals.
Running in my Losi 22, 2.0, mid motor, 32/69 on the gearing, 40 degrees timing. Keeps up with Reedy/Trinity motors running in similar setups. Lots of power. Comes off warm after a 5 minute heat.
Definitely worth the price.I use this motor in 1/10 scale 17.5 Blinky Buggy. It's in my B5M Factory Lite powered by a Novak Impact ESC. Gearing is 30/69 for indoor, carpet, off road, track is very supercross like. Timing is set at 42 as indicated by the motor's timing ring. This motor rocks, keeps up with the Trinitys, Tekins, Reedys and Novaks at the track. Runs cool at these settings too, temps are about 125F after a 10 minute practice session or 5 minute main.
Light weight can, the timing ring is smooth and easier to adjust than the V1 motors. They are a nice upgrade from the first generation motors.