Dynamite Fuze 540 1/10 4-Pole Brushless Motor (3300kV)

Dynamite Fuze 540 1/10 4-Pole Brushless Motor (3300kV)
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This is the Dynamite Fuze 540 1/10 Scale 4-Pole 3,300kV Brushless Motor. Fuze brushelss motors are high-torque motors designed for sport and racing applications. This sensorless motor features the same basic dimension and mounting patters as brushed standard 540-size motors. This motor also offers high performance over a longer lifetime with little to no maintenance.


  • Perfect upgrade for brushed 540-size motors with the same diameter and mounting pattern.
  • High-quality 4-pole sintered rotors
  • Includes 3.5mm gold bullet connectors
  • High-quality construction with ball bearings and hardened steel 5mm shaft

Type: Sensorless Brushless
Shaft Size: L15 x D3.18mm
Input Voltage: 4.5 - 12.6V (2-3S LiPo/LiFe, 4-9 Cell NiMH/NiCd
Specific RPM/V: 3300kV
Power: 250W
Efficiency: 92%
Weight w/ Wire: 74g
Winding: Multistrand copper
*Measured at 7.2V. Specifications subject to change without notice.

This product was added to our catalog on March 3, 2014

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Apr 15 2015 (about 6 years ago)
Dynamite Fuze 540 1/10 4-Pole Brushless Motor (3300kV)
Actually I thought I was getting an entry level motor here, but it turns out its quite nice. Using it on a 1/10 4wd caster s10b pro V3.5 buggy on 2s. Mainly bashing. Absolutely no cogging on 20T/80T which is fast enough offroad through thick grass (which was my requirement), as i've gone from a 4600kv motor which was overheating. The inside wiring job looks very neat and the fit n finish and bearings are great. The motor can is a sort of faded anodized brushed red colour and has some venting on the pinion side, but nothing outrageous for debris to get into.

I'd definitely recommend this motor to those that aren't fussed to have a sensored motor and need some more torque in their setup. The 0-200rpm range is also very smooth so I was thinking on 3s this motor would also go nicely in my twin hammers as a brushless upgrade.

Hope this helps, I've been reading the reviews and it's good to know what works...