Team Brood Creep Hand Wound 540 3 Segment Quad Magnet Brushed Motor (27T)

Team Brood Creep Hand Wound 540 3 Segment Quad Magnet Brushed Motor (27T)
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The Team Brood Creep Hand Wound 540 3 Segment Quad Magnet Brushed Motor was developed to produce the stump pulling, neck snapping, granny gear torque that scalers crave. Each motor is custom built from the ground up. Starting with Team Brood's Exclusive 4-magnet teardown, this motor produces more power, more RPM, and smoother low speed resolution than any other 4-magnet motor on the market.

The armatures are hand wound with precision by the best in the business using optimized wire gauges for ultimate horsepower. Each armature is epoxy dipped to ensure durability and drill balanced to a zero tolerance for the smoothest power delivery possible. The assembly process includes hand shimming, precise brush hood alignment, low impact break-in, and dyno testing to create one of the highest quality quad magnet brushed motors available.
  • Quad Magnet Can: TDK FB9 magnets maximize torque and brake strength          
  • 1.4mm thick Chrome Plated Can: Strengthens the magnetic field for maximum torque and braking with a durable finish
  • Onboard Surface Mount Capacitors: Reduces radio interference caused by electric motors
  • Adjustable Timing: Fine tune the motors powerband to optimal settings
  • Rebuildable: Can be rebuilt to provide maximum power and longevity
  • Dual Precision Ball Bearings: Reduces friction provides increased efficiency and power
  • Aluminum Heatsinks: Additional cooling provides for a more efficient motor
  • Laydown Brushes: Long lasting performance
  • Springs: Optimal Tension Springs
  • Warranty: 30 Day Limited through manufacturer
Hand-Wound Armature:
  • 27 Turn
  • Processed from start to finish using the state of the art techniques, materials and equipment
  • Pattern wound by the best winders in the world using the highest grade copper wire
  • Welded using high-tech silver brazing rod
  • Epoxy dipped with the aerospace grade epoxy resin
  • Precision drill balanced
  • Tested with precision meters
  • Engraved with the wind on the armature shaft
Build Features:
  • Diamond Trued Commutator: Provides a perfectly round cut
  • Zapped Magnets: Assures magnets are at full and even strength
  • Cleaned and Lubed Bearings: Allows for the smoothest operation
  • Precision-Spaced Armature: Centers the Armature in the magnetic field with minimal play
  • Precision-Measured Springs: Assures both springs are at the optimal tension
  • Aligned Brush Hoods: Allows the brushes to make full contact allowing even wear and max power
  • Tested: Each component is tested on precision calibrated equipment
  • Dyno-Tuned: Guarantees the motor is producing its maximum power, rpm and torque
  • Fully Broken-In: Ready to install and run when you pull it out of the tube
  • Motor:
    • Poles: 2
    • Magnets: Quad TDK FB9
    • Brush Style: Laydown
    • Voltage Input: 3.7v-14.8v
    • Break-In: 570 seconds at 3 volts, 30 seconds at 3.5 volts
    • Timing:
    • Rotation: Normal
    • Kv: 2125Kv
  • Armature:
    • Construction: Handwound
    • Stack Design: Straight
    • Slots: 3
    • Wire Type: Copper Round
    • Balance Type: Drill
    • Turns: 27
  • Motor Dimensions:
    • Weight: 6 ounces
    • Length: 54mm (2.125")
    • Diameter: 35.85mm (1.41")
    • Shaft Size: 3.175mm (1/8th)
    • Mounting Pattern: Standard 540 M3x25mm
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Saturday, Jun 22 2019 (about a year ago)
Team Brood Creep Hand Wound 540 3 Segment Quad Magnet Brushed Motor (27T)
Bottom Line, Great motor.
Been playing around for a couple hours now and am pretty darn happy with the motor. Put it in a Axial UMG stock gearing and HW1080, 2s. Faster than it needed to be for getting down the trail, just a slight bit of cog when trying to get the wheels to turn 1 rotation per 10 seconds. Dropped the pinion from 15 to 12, which I think is the smallest you can go on the UMG without altering the motor mounting. Now I am there, and top speed is still about 6mph, so still pretty brisk on 2s. Drag brake held just fine at 45 degrees with only set at 80%. Still a little hitch in startup but for a 3 slot motor, pretty comparable to some 5 slots.