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Reedy S-Plus Competition Spec Torque Brushless Motor (17.5T)

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This is the Reedy 17.5 Turn S-Plus Competition Spec Torque Brushless Motor. Reedy S-Plus 17.5T, torque Select versions of Reedy's Sonic S-Plus motors are now available featuring a unique high-torque stator. These high-torque models are perfectly suited for high-grip on- and off-road conditions and tracks with short run-ups to critical jumps.

Features:

  • CNC-machined lightweight can
  • High-torque stator
  • High-strength, balanced rotor
  • Silver plated solder tabs
  • Precision ball bearings
  • Optimized air cooling
  • Adjustable timing
  • Competition proven
  • ROAR approval pending

Specifications:
Cells:
1-2S LiPo
Diameter (mm): 35.8
Length (mm): 50.4
Shaft Diameter (mm): 3.15
Weight (g): 152

This product was added to our catalog on February 8, 2019

Saturday, Mar 9 2019 (4 months ago)
Reedy S-Plus Competition Spec Torque Brushless Motor (17.5T)
Absolutely dialed on carpet in my b6.1. Geared at 31/72 with 32 degrees timing. Barely gets warm. Great feel. Definitely recommend
Verified Owner
Monday, Apr 15 2019 (3 months ago)
Reedy S-Plus Competition Spec Torque Brushless Motor (17.5T)
The Trinity Motolyser results show the 27414 Rotor Asymmetry @ 15 deg in my brand new right out of the box (Reedy s+plus torque motor)
From Trinity: The magnet asymmetry is the deviation from an ideal magnet with identical sized sectors
for magnet North and South poles. In the ideal case each pole occupy half the rotor,
resulting in a sector of 180 degrees for each pole. A perfect magnet with ideal sectors would result in an
Asymmetry of 0.
Reedy states nothing wrong with my motor... You be the judge!