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Castle Creations 0808 Series 1/18 Brushless Motors

Castle Creations 0808 Series 1/18 Brushless MotorsCastle’s new 0808 series motors may resemble other motors on the market, but that’s where the similarities end. They utilize the same 4 pole technology we use to toss around 15 pound R/C monster trucks like rag dolls and wheelie 30 pound Bajas on demand. With the increased efficiency and torque gained from a 4 pole design they will take just about anything the user can throw at them. Just imagine what this little 20mm powerhouse is capable of. They’re a mini’s worst nightmare…and the competition’s. The 0808 series motors are intended for on-road and off-road radio controlled vehicles running up to 3S LiPo and weighing in at up to 2.5lbs. Castle offers these new motors with both of our race proven Micro ESCs to suit all applications.


  • Diameter: 20mm (0.79”)
  • Diameter at fins: (21mm (0.83”)
  • Length: 38mm (1.50”)
  • Shaft: 2mm (0.08”)
  • Weight: 1.76oz (50g)
  • Connectors: 3.5mm gold connectors
  • Available Kv Options: 4100Kv, 5300Kv, and 8200Kv
  • Maximum Input Voltage: 4100Kv & 5300Kv 3S maximum, 8200Kv 2S maximum
  • Max Operating Temperature: 180°F (82°C)
  • Items Needed For Operation:ESC (Sidewinder Micro or Mamba Micro Pro recommended), and battery connector
  • 060-0037-00 – 0808 4 Pole Sensorless Brushless Motor 4100Kv – $49.95
  • 060-0038-00 – 0808 4 Pole Sensorless Brushless Motor 5300Kv – $49.95
  • 060-0039-00 – 0808 4 Pole Sensorless Brushless Motor 8200Kv – $49.95
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  1. Freeman Kazmierczak

    To understand the advantages of the brushless motor, a basic understanding of the brushed motor is required. In a brushed motor, an electromagnet is mounted on a spinning arm, called an armature or rotor. The armature sits between two magnets set in a horseshoe configuration, collectively called the stator. When power is fed to the electromagnet, the arm moves, aligning the north and south poles of the electromagnet with the opposing poles of the stator..

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