Price is for (1) motor.
|No Load RPM @ Nominal Voltage||No Load RPM @ 24v||Kv (1 Kv = 1,000 RPM per volt)|
RPM vs Power Wheels Factory 550
|Power Wheels Factory 550 Motor||~15,600 @ 12v|
Common Upgrade 775 Motors 18v Banebot (Discontinued), ML (which are Titan 5675 775s), etc
|~19,500 @ 18v||~26,400||~1,100 Kv||~85%|
|Eastcoast PowerUp 775s||~22,000 @ 18v||~28,800||~1,200 Kv||~92%|
550 motors run fast but hot, especially at voltages higher than 18v which in some cases can lead to motor meltdown/failure. 775 motors are slightly slower in RPM but run cooler and as a result are more stable at higher voltages and have a massive increase in power/torque throughput of 250%. Despite their slightly slower RPM during real world usage 775 motors can be faster than stock 550 since the increased torque allows the 775s to maintain speed while 550s can bog down easier.
The key to unleashing and controlling the full power of 775 motors is with our 1,000w ESC kits which can be found here: http://eastcoastpowerup.com/ESC_LED_Kits
To replace Power Wheels 550s with these motors you will need 775 mounting screws and 775 pinions. For more motor information please see: http://eastcoastpowerup.com/Motor_and_Gearbox_Information
Please visit our pinion section if you also need pinions http://eastcoastpowerup.com/Motors/775_Motor_Pinion
775 vs 550 (stock):
(1) 775 Motor for Power Wheels
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- Availability: In Stock