Trinity Revtech "X Factor" "Certified Plus" 1-Cell Brushless Motor (17.5T)

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Trinity Revtech "X Factor" "Certified Plus" 1-Cell Brushless Motor (17.5T)
Price: $174.99
Discontinued Online
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This is the Team Trinity X Factor 17.5T "Certified Plus" 1-Cell Brushless Motor. 

  • Team Spec:
    • Production Base Motor
    • Thorough visual inspection for any issues including timing, shimming and loose screws
    • Each and every production Motor Stator is tested and only the TOP 5% are labeled as Team SPEC 5%
    • Stator Resistance Numbers are Marked on the Inside of the box then then box is Sealed with a Special Team SPEC Label.
  • Standard X Factor:
    • 10% Lighter than Previous Motors
    • Weight (144g avg)
    • New Composite Sensor Board
    • 0 - 60 Degrees of Timing adjustment
    • Revolutionary timing ring & locking end plate systems saves weight Only 6 short screws (no long screws)
    • X-Flow Cooling which pulls more air through the can, reducing motor temps
    • 2pc CNC Machined Aluminum can allows for more accurate deviation readings
    • 2mm Ultra Low Resistance Solder Tabs
    • New Stator Design provides a more efficient power curve NO FADE!
    • 2650Kv this number is approximate set as Zero Degrees of Timing. Sensored Brushless Motors are not rated in Kv's due to the fact that timing and voltage can effect the Kv number.
Weight: (144g avg)
Dimensions: 12.5x25.5mm Long
Rotor: Copper

This product was added to our catalog on July 16, 2019

Verified Owner
Saturday, Feb 27 2021 (about a year ago)
Trinity Revtech "X Factor" "Certified Plus" 1-Cell Brushless Motor (17.5T)
Best motor for stock racing. Amain was the only one who had it?
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Dec 3 2019 (about 3 years ago)
Trinity Revtech "X Factor" "Certified Plus" 1-Cell Brushless Motor (17.5T)
The box said 17.5 but the motor was a 13.5 I had to return it and have heard nothing since. I think this is pretty bad and trintity should replace it asap.