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Value-for-money: Team Powers Cup Racer brushed motor

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Post by laneboysrc on Sat 24 Jan 2015 - 14:57

Hi all,

I am cheap. And therefore I like stuff that delivers a lot of value for little money.
One of those items is the Team Powers Cup Racer TP-540B-94F "black can" motor.



It is a standard 540 size brushed motor that can be bought for less than USD 8 from RCMart or Stellamodels.
So it is very cheap, but it is also very fast. It is certainly faster and stronger than the Tamiya Sports Tuned motor.





There is little data about this motor. Apparently it does 24000 rpm @ 7.2V. In comparison: a silver can is 15080 rpm @ 7.2V, a Sport Tuned motor does 18300 rpm @ 7.2V.
Not only does it rev harder than the Sports tuned, but it also seems to have more torque. And the Team Powers motor has a built-in fan that keeps temperature at reasonable levels.
It does not have the feel of instant, endless torque that brushless motors give, but it is certainly the fastest and most powerful brushed motor I have driven to date.

We are running this motor in a TT01 with the high-speed gear set and an old Futaba MCR230 ESC. We also have it in our M03 with the 18T pinion (same as recommended for the Sports Tuned). The motor also works well with the Tamiya TEU-104BK and TEU-105BK ESC.

So next time you are looking for more speed than what comes in the low-end kits, consider this gem of a motor. For USD 8 it can't do much wrong.

have fun with RC, Werner
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Re: Value-for-money: Team Powers Cup Racer brushed motor

Post by boolean21 on Sat 24 Jan 2015 - 21:33

Great review!

This is going to trigger another round of bbb!!
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Re: Value-for-money: Team Powers Cup Racer brushed motor

Post by babyboy on Mon 26 Jan 2015 - 9:40

I am so gonna get this motor. Time to upgrade my Tamiya motor. Thanks Werner.
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Re: Value-for-money: Team Powers Cup Racer brushed motor

Post by Zax13 on Tue 27 Jan 2015 - 6:24

nice
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Re: Value-for-money: Team Powers Cup Racer brushed motor

Post by Marpek on Sun 8 Feb 2015 - 18:14

Splendid...
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