Leopard 4274, 4-Pole Brushless Sensored Motor For 1/8 Scale

SKU: 375-88-CNF

Availability: In stock

$89.99

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The Leopard 4274 is an all new motor from Leopard for 1/8 monster trucks and truggies. This torque monster features sensored operation for smooth, reliable power delivery.  

 

Leopard motors are built using the highest grade components for outstanding performance and long life.  The latest generation 4-pole rotors provide massive torque, and are Kevlar wrapped to ensure the magnets stay put at all RPM’s. All components are precision machined, balanced and hand-built to guarantee quality, and with an extensive product line including many sizes you just won’t find from other manufacturers you are sure to find a Leopard motor to fit your application.

 

Features:

  • Precision machined aluminum housing
  • Kevlar wrapped, 4-pole rotor
  • Imported high-speed Japanese bearings
  • Hand wound stator, using high-purity/high-temperature copper wire
  • Excellent heat dissipation

 

Model Max Amps LiPo Cells KV(RPM/Volt) Resistance No-Load Current (7.4V) Diameter (mm) Mounting Hole Depth (mm) Shaft Length (mm) Shaft Diameter (mm) Weight)
4274 86A 25.2 1645 0.0122 2.3A 42x74 7 20 5.0 374
4274 105A 25.2 1800 0.0097 2.5A 42x74 7 20 5.0 374
4274 120A 20 2150 0.0084 2.8A 42x74 7 20 5.0 374

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Is this motor water proof?
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These are not rated as waterproof.
RCJuice answered on August 13, 2018
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Can the 4274 sensored motor handle 6s and I’m putting it in a Habao hyper VT.
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It can, but it is still necessary for you to monitor temps closely and adjust gearing when setting it up. Any motor can overheat to the point of destruction if over-geared, even running well under the maximum voltage rating. We have a good read on the subject here: https://www.rcjuice.com/power_system_setup
RCJuice answered on October 18, 2018
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