Reedy Sonic Modified Brushless Motor (10.5T)

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This is a 10.5 Turn Reedy Sonic Modified Brushless Motor. After a three-year absence, the Reedy name is making a return to the competition 1:10 electric motor scene. Reedy's Sonic line of brushed motors were a favorite of racers worldwide and powered numerous National and World Champions in the late '80s and early '90s. It is only fitting that the famous Sonic name be revived for the first complete line of competition brushless motors from the world-renowned Reedy brand.

Designed strictly for competition and already proven at the highest level, the Reedy Sonic brushless motors feature a lightweight case design with extra-large, strategically placed vent holes to reduce operating temperatures. Lower temperatures result in less fade over the course of a race, longer run times, and increased motor life.

A precision balanced high-strength sintered rotor is supported by dual ball bearings for maximum RPM and reliability. Adjustable timing and a variety of optional rotors allows for fine tuning for particular applications and tracks.


  • Lightweight design
  • Optimized air flow
  • Dual precision ball bearings
  • High-strength balanced sintered rotor
  • Adjustable timing
  • Completely rebuildable
  • Competition proven
  • 200mm sensor wire
  • Sensored or sensorless operation
  • Built to ROAR/EFRA/IFMAR specs
Cells: 2S LiPo, 6-cell NiMH
Diameter: 35.8mm
Length: 52.9mm
Shaft Diameter: 3.17mm
Weight: 175-185g
Voltage: 3.7-7.4
kV: 3723
Power/W: 320
Max Current: 45A
Efficiency: 94%

This product was added to our catalog on June 28, 2011.

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Dec 14 2011 (about 5 years ago)
Reedy Sonic Modified Brushless Motor (10.5T)
Motor was fast and had plenty of torque, but there is a problem with the adjustable timing... Ran the motor for the first time at The Badlands Fall Brawl and noticed the timing kept moving. Its final race was the weekend after the Badlands race at a club race. The timing moved once again during the 2nd qualifier and all the smoke came out. $90.00 and 2 races... NOT GOOD.)
William Schlesinger
Sunday, Feb 12 2012 (about 5 years ago)
Reedy Sonic Modified Brushless Motor (10.5T)
Runs consistently cooler than most other motors at the track. Smooth throttle response and braking, great feel. I have had no problems with the timing. I can see it happening with the plastic timing dial, but as I said I have had no problems myself.)