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Classic Army High Torque Up Motor (Long Type)
[00135 / P025M]
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by S. CHRISTENSEN Date Added: Friday 09 October, 2009
For: Classic Army High Torque Up Motor (Long Type)
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HOLY POOP! Nuff said. This motar is a beat. Its the same one in my classic army PMC and when paired with a Powerier 9.6 high discharge this thing will make a M120 gearbox crank like a bat out a hell. It turns the gears so fast that i now have to get a new cutoff lever and wiring set because my combo of this motor and battery and ROF is wearing my gun down. Oh well everyone knows my gun as the one that empties mid caps in seconds.

-Can crank large springs
-Response time is amazing

Only think is not the motors fault but when coupled with a good battery it will wear your gearbox down quite quickly
by K. BLEVENS Date Added: Tuesday 03 June, 2008
For: Classic Army High Torque Up Motor (Long Type)
This motor is the motor that comes stock in the Classic Army SR25. I own the CA25, and have to say that this motor performs pretty well. It's able to pull a pretty heavy spring, as the CA25 stock spring is well over 400 fps. The motor also provides a very high rate of fire. For those looking for an intermediate motor that can pull a fairly heavy spring and still provide a high rof, this is a great option.
by B. DIDIER verified buyer Date Added: Thursday 08 May, 2008
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For: Classic Army High Torque Up Motor (Long Type)
From my personal observations this motor seems to be very well balanced between fire rate and torque, being able to pull M110 springs at around 16 rounds per second, and M100s' at about 18. It also seems to be the last part that malfunctions in a Classic Army weapon. Overall probably the best motor for a weapon with either an M100 or M110 spring.
by I. MATHEWS Date Added: Friday 22 June, 2007
For: Classic Army High Torque Up Motor (Long Type)
CA has a good reputation and their motors are nice. this is a middle model for them. they make motors as much as 80 but this one is practically ok.

heres how it works for motors,
larger coils: more power and torque but it uses more of the battery.
thinner coils: faster revoutions and less power consumption

this motor has larger coils meaning is has less speed but it probably can crank an m140 without trouble.
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