Axle Buster

Axle Buster

Each motor is custom built from the ground up, beginning with Exclusive teardowns. The armatures are hand wound with precision by the best in the business using optimized wire gauges for ultimate horsepower. Each armature is epoxy dipped to ensure durability and drill balanced to a zero tolerance for the smoothest power delivery possible.

The assembly process is a rigorous one involving hand shimming, precise brush hood alignment, low impact break-in, and dyno testing. The result? Positively THE MOST POWER you can strap into your truck.

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General Motor Specifications
MagnetsDual CB12
Brush StyleStandup
Voltage Input3.7v-14.8v
Break-In570seconds at 3 volts, 30 seconds at 3.5 volts
Armature Specifications
Lamination Size.014"
Stack DesignStraight
Commutator Size7.5mm (.300") Small
Wire TypeCopper Round
Balance TypeDrill
Motor Dimensions
Weight8 ounces
Length54mm (2.125")
Diameter35.85mm (1.41")
Shaft Size3mm (1/8th)
Mounting PatternStandard 540 M3x25mm

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The number of turns of an armature determines the amount of power, RPM and torque a motor will create.

The lower number of turns typically will make the motor produce more RPM and overall power, while torque per amp will be reduced, but less than the gain of RPM.

Higher turn motors will produce the more torque per amp, but will sacrifice RPM and power.

Lower turn motors will have reduced runtime and can require more maintenance. Proper maintenance and cleaning are much more critical on a lower turn motor.



Some vehicles require the motor to run in the reverse direction, if needed we can set the motor up specifically for this. It's important to have the correct rotation of your motor, especially if you are adding timing. A motor with the incorrect rotation that has timing added will run with negative timing and will likely fail.



Timing allows you to adjust the powerband of a motor. Motors come standard with 0 degrees of timing to insure proper installation in all vehicles. You may add timing up to 36 degrees in most motors, though we would reccommend no more than 12 in most motors. Please refer to our timing guide to understand the effects of timing on a motor.

Wire Leads
Install motor leads on your motor to fit your build without worry of incorrectly soldering the leads to the motor.


Let us know the vehicle type, as it will allow us to make sure you have chosen a motor that suits your needs and that you have chosen the correct settings.