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Yeah. As long as the sakura has standard size motor mount. Fits in my sakura xi sport
By randy on December 19, 2017
Could only find max voltage of 9.6.
By Brent Yatman on May 16, 2018
It can work but I would run a 11 tooth pinion or less and stock wheels . tried on my traxxas 4x4 with larger wheels and 13 tooth and it hesitated a lot off start . its the added weight I have on traxxas . I figure if its over 8 lbs give a little it might do the same .go with lower kV motor .
By steve on May 5, 2018
I bought a 120a but a 90a should work.
By Bashers United on YouTube on May 6, 2018
These banana plugs are 4mm sized , they will your esc. I would buy some spare 3mm and 4mm bullet connectors / banana plugs to have around in case sizes are not the same for future projects. This one is definitely 4mm, therefore it does fit the red at esc.
By Us Bank on May 6, 2018
This will fit in the E-Revo but this is more of a bash motor these dont tend to last long for a long-term motor I would get the Sidewinder combo
By Eric on April 27, 2018
It will fit but wouldnt use it . Truck to heavy . Better for two wheel drive traxass or cars .
By steve on April 1, 2018
The package says yes but haven't tried it.
By Jonathan H. on April 2, 2018
Worked fine with a low end brand 60a esc, so it should definitely work with a Velinion.
By Vexxy on March 25, 2018
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By kevin b.
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September 19, 2017
I picked this up for a rustler because I didn't have much money but I needed a motor i expected it to be a cheap motor that would last a month but I was genuinely surprised when I ran it, installed it with a hobbywing wp-bl60a I've got it geared 23/86 it pulls wheelies without effort it runs at about 40mph and it doesn't over heat, it gets to about 90°-100° wich is not enough to damage the motor it also runs very smooth with no cogging at all (surprisingly)
By Steve W.
August 30, 2017
Amazing for the price. This motor is a standard 540 size, not a 380 stator in an oversized body. I have this installed in a Sakura S Zero touring car along with a hobby wing 120A Xerun v2.1 clone and have been amazed on well this setup performs! This is a high revving motor but still has ample torque for 4wd touring car or off-road use. I also haven't noticed any cogging or any issues. Overall I prefer this motor and Xerun clone over my Castle Sidewinder setup in my 2wd short course. Only time will tell if it lasts as long as my Castle setup. However for less than $30, this is a no brainer.
August 23, 2017
I installed this in a Tamiya TA05v2. At first I used 7.4v Lipo and it was fast. Then I installed an 11.1v Lipo and now it's so fast I can barely control it. I have started to upgrade other parts of the car because of the new top speed. For the price I paid I am thrilled at the level of performance. I honestly did not think it would run this well.
August 15, 2017
Been running this a few weeks without issues. It seems as fast as advertised, on par or faster than a castle 1406 5700kv I have. Does seem a bit warmer but never too hot. Perfectly decent motor, I have a relacement name brand motor waiting to go in the car this is in, but no reason yet to swap
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Was pleasantly surprised at the strength of this motor. It is a good cheap upgrade to brushless. If you're brushed stock motor burned out and you need a replacement but you don't want to spend an arm and a leg on brushless then don't be scared off buy the low price, it is actually a decent motor and gave my Traxxas Bandit buggy a significant increase in power and when i punched the throttle from a stand still i was poppin wheelies like a boss, yeah like a boss. hahaha. Defiantly worth the money I have now had this for over a month and its still runs just as strong as the day i put it on my buggy and with my GoolRC 120a BL ESC running 3s lipos is no problem but i recommend running 2s as your primary battery with a smattering of 3s for the longest life span
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