Team Brood Eradicator 2 Pole Sensored 540 Brushless Motor (2860Kv)

Team Brood Eradicator 2 Pole Sensored 540 Brushless Motor (2860Kv)
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The Team Brood Eradicator 2 Pole Sensored 540 Brushless Motor is a budget friendly, sensored motor option for crawlers, bashers and racers that do not require a ROAR approved motor. One feature that sets this motor apart from others is the conformal coated sensor board. This helps to weatherproof the motor and helps protect the sensor board when driving in wet environments. This makes the Eradicator a great choice for both bashers and crawlers looking for a budget friendly sensored motor upgrade. This 2860Kv option is equal to a 13.5 motor, and the can is labeled accordingly. Each motor includes a 155mm flat sensor wire, as well as a handy maintenance guide with gearing tips and more.


  • Sensored 540 2 Pole Brushless Motor
  • High RPM precision ball bearings
  • Non-Adjustable Timing
  • Compatible with any Sensored/Sensorless ESC
  • CNC Machined Billet T6 Aluminum Heatsink Can
  • Removable/Replaceable Rotor
  • Powerful Sintered Neodymium Magnet
  • Conformal Coated Sensor Board
  • Includes Sensor Wire
  • 1 Year Limited Manufacturers Warranty covers defects

Size: 540
Voltage Input: 3.7v-14.8v
Break-In: 120 Seconds
Timing: Non-Adjustable
Stator Construction: Handwound
Lamination Size: .35mm
Termination: Wye
Slots: 3
Wire Type: Round Copper
Rotor Poles: 2
Rotor Diameter: 12.5mm
Rotor Length: 25mm
Magnet Type: Neo
Balance Type: Epoxy
Weight: 170g
Length: 53mm
Diameter: 36mm
Shaft Size: 3.175mm (1/8th)
Mounting Pattern: Standard 540 M3x25mm

This product was added to our catalog on October 2, 2018