LRP X12L Short Course Sensored Brushless 550 Motor (5.5T)

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This is the LRP X12L 5.5 Turn, Short Course Sensored Brushless 550 Motor. LRP's revolutionary Vector X-12 brushless motors have set new benchmarks in electric motor power and performance, quickly becoming the motor to beat in high-level racing competition. Now LRP offers the same level of performance and technology for 4x4 Short Course racing, with the X-12L. Developed specifically for 4WD Short Course vehicles, the X-12L allows 4WD SC trucks to take advantage of the World Championship-winning XTEC X-12 technology! With an LRP Vector X-12L Short Course 550 motor in your rig, even more performance is available at your finger tips.
  • 550 size can allows the use of a 75% longer magnet and stack for high torque and power
  • Optimised winding types for the power hungry Short Course trucks
  • HDS Technology provides an optimized winding for power-hungry 4x4 Short Course trucks.
  • PreciSensor System allows precise sensor positioning for great power, efficiency, and throttle feel.
  • High-Power sintered magnet for maximum performance
  • Re-buildable
  • Oversized ball bearings for highest performance and durability
  • Easy solder tab design uses heavy copper, multilayer PCB for lowest resistance
  • Timing adjustable in clearly defined, reproducible steps with the new molded timing inserts for same result every time
  • Handwound
  • Can be used with sensored and sensorless ESC's
RPM: 26,640
Weight: 240g
kV: 3,700
Power: 695W
Magnet material: Sintered 13.0mm
Voltage input: 4.8 - 11.1V
Efficiency: 91%
Length: 66.0mm
Diameter: 35.8mm
Shaft diameter: 5.0mm

This product was added to our catalog on March 30, 2011.

Robert Bilicki
Verified Owner
Monday, Aug 18 2014 (about 3 years ago)
LRP X12L Short Course Sensored Brushless 550 Motor (5.5T)
Great power indoor in my SCTE. Tried it on outdoor 8th scale track also and it was OK. For a big track lower turn would be a good idea.)