Motors typically ship within one business day and are typically delivered within 2-3 business days. Price is for (1) 775 motor. 775 motors are much more powerful and run much cooler compared to Power Wheels factory 550 size so they are an excellent and easy upgrade for any Power Wheels. 775 motors mount easily to any modern Power Wheels gearbox with just 775 screws and 775 pinion gears (a spacer or "adapter plate" is not required). If you experience a high speed 775 failure while following the recommendations below please reach out for a possible free replacement.
775 motors are physically larger and have a wider mounting pattern than 550 motors (which come in most ride on cars including Power Wheels) so 775 motors can only be used with cars that either come with 775 motors (rare) or with Power Wheels gearboxes that have mounting holes for 550 and 775 motors. Traditionally almost all 775 motors are slightly slower (~85%) compared to the factory 550 motors so the drawback in the past was some loss in top speed but these extremely rare high speed 775s are different and will be better in every way since are faster than the factory Power Wheels motors, are twice as powerful, run cooler and have an extremely low failure rate compared to the Power Wheels 550s and other aftermarket 775 motors.
To mount 775 motors to a modern "7R" Power Wheels gearbox (which was introduced ~2010) you only need 775 mounting screws and 775 pinions that match the gearbox (chart below). You DO NOT need mounting adapters/spacers with modern 7R gearboxes since they already have an offset built into the gearbox. If you have the older "#7" Power Wheels gearbox (pre ~2010) you DO need a mounting spacer. For more motor/gearbox information such as identifiying 7 vs 7R gearboxes please see: https://eastcoastpowerup.com/Motor_and_Gearbox_Information
The optional soldered silicone wire leads with crimp bullet connectors are not required but make the install easier, put less strain on the motor terminals and are far superior to push on spade connectors that can easily disconnect which can damage an ESC. The optional reusable 7/16" wheel retainers replace the factory one time use "push nut" wheel retainers that hold the wheels on. The Power Wheels Hurricane, Dune Racer and F150 have a 3/4" axle and already come from the factory with a reusable wheel retainer.
|Kv (RPM per volt)||RPM vs "High Speed" 775|
|Eastcoast PowerUp "High Speed" 775||~1,600 Kv||100%|
|Power Wheels Factory 550 Motor||~1,400 Kv||~90%|
|Traxxas Titan 775||~1,300 Kv||~80%|
|Standard/Common Speed 775 (ML, BB, most others)||~1,200 Kv||75%|
Maximum recommended voltage is 18v without an ESC or 24v with an ESC. Never use in mud, sand or snow. Usage at 24v without an ESC will increase the failure rate of any motor and is not recommended. Usage at 36v even with an ESC will typically result in motor failure and is not recommended.
Adding rear rubber traction to control wheel spin on startup is a very common mistake which puts a tremendous strain on the motors and gearboxes and is not recommended. An Easy ESC which has an adjustable start up acceleration rate is the recommended solution to control start up wheel spin without damaging the gearboxes or motors.
All 775 motors come with a torque sleeve and internal cooling fans and all motor pinions are made from hardened steel. External heat sinks and electric fans are ineffective at internally cooling any brushed motor (and if installed incorrectly will cause overheating!!) so these extra cooling parts are absolutely not recommended. The only effective way to reduce brushed motor internal temperature is by reducing motor demand, which occurs mostly during start up, which is exactly what the Easy ESC was designed to do but any ESC is better than the instant-on factory setup which is very bad for the motors and gearboxes. All motors from the same manufacturer run at the same speed and do not need to be paired. These motors do not require break in before use.
As long as these recommendations are followed high speed 775 motor failure is extremely rare and there have been very few high speed 775 motor failures when these recommendations were followed with an Easy ESC. If you experience a high speed 775 motor failure while following these recommendations please reach out for a possible free replacement.
**These are the most common Power Wheels model and pinion pairings but please always check your gearboxes before ordering** Ultimately the 775 pinion should be paired according to the stamp on the gearbox that denotes if the gearbox came with a 15-16-17, 18-19-20 or 21-22-23 pinion from the factory.
Power Wheels Model
|Factory Motor Pinion||Aftermarket Pinion|
F-150, Jeep Hurricane, Dune Racer, Stinger, Escalade, Arctic Cat,
Beach Ranger Jeeps, Power Wheels Silverados, Power Wheels Grave Diggers, Eliminators, Brute Force
|KFX, Jeep Wrangler and Mustang||18,19,or 20T||19T|
|C7 Corvettes, Mustangs & Harley Motorcycles||21,22,or 23T||22T|
775 size vs 550 (stock):
(1) 775 Motor for Power Wheels
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