Maclan MR8.3 1/8th Scale Buggy Competition Brushless Motor (1900Kv)

Maclan MR8.3 1/8th Scale Buggy Competition Brushless Motor (1900Kv)
Price: $159.99
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The Maclan MR8.3 1/8th Scale Buggy Competition Brushless Motor is by far the best motor to pair with the Maclan Racing MMax 8 ESC. The MR8.3 has evolved with all Maclan has learned from their predecessors.

 


Shorter length, lower weight, and most importantly, the smoother power!
  • 4.5 mm shorter in length
  • up to 25g lighter in weight
  • Redesigned stator and rotor which results in smoother power delivery and less power consumption
Dual sensor ports with more robust end cap structure
The additional sensor port allows for the flexibility to install the sensor cable vertically or horizontally for easier wiring. The redesigned end cap structure reduces the chance of damage from impacts.

Features:
  • Shorter (4.5mm) length and stronger end cap structure design
  • Redesigned stator and rotor design for smoother power delivery
  • Dual sensor ports for easier wiring
  • Error free sensor unit design
  • Staggered 4-pole-8-magnet with dual side balanced rotor design
  • Heavy duty solder tabs
  • Over sized precision dual ball bearings
  • Completely rebuildable design with all parts readily available from Maclan Racing
  • ROAR approval pending 
Specifications:
KV Rating: 1900KV
Case Length: 66.5mm
Case Diameter: 42mm
Shaft Extension: 17mm
Shaft Diameter: 5mm
Weight: 337g
Poles: 4-pole
Max Li-Po Cell: 4S

This product was added to our catalog on January 14, 2020

Verified Owner
Saturday, Oct 17 2020 (9 months ago)
Maclan MR8.3 1/8th Scale Buggy Competition Brushless Motor (1900Kv)
My motor was dead on arrival....it finally started working after I messed with the sensor plug for a little while by pushing it in pretty hard. Drove it about a battery and a half and all the sudden lost all power to the motor. I open the motor up and found where the sensor wire plugs in the solder joints were not very good from the factory, good thing I am good at soldering so I was able to touch up the contact points by resolding them of course, and it's been fine since, overall the motor seems to have good smooth power and I'm very happy with it just wish I didn't have to fix a motor that I just bought, I am very experienced in RC field I'm not a noob and I didn't do anything wrong just so people are aware... I have several race kits and been doing this for over 20 years
Verified Owner
Monday, Aug 24 2020 (11 months ago)
Maclan MR8.3 1/8th Scale Buggy Competition Brushless Motor (1900Kv)
This is a great motor it has changed the handling of the car