35T T35 HD T-Series Brushed Rock Crawler Motor

35T T35 HD T-Series Brushed Rock Crawler Motor





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The HD "Heavy Duty" T-Series brushed motors, available in the same 35, 45 and 55 turn options as before with an upgraded ferrite magnet to get you wherever you want to go with authority. New looks, better performance and the same great Tekin quality you know and trust! Designed to be paired with the FXR or BXR speed control.


  • Brushed Motor Crawler Specific Designs
  • Crawler, Rock Race and Trail Rig Specific
  • Dual Precision Ball Bearings
  • Aluminum Endbell heatsink Plates
  • Gold Plated Copper Solder Tabs and Brush Hoods
  • Hand Wound Precision Armature (PRO Models)
  • Adjustable Timing
  • High Torque Specification
  • High Strength Ferrite Magnets
  • Completely Rebuild-able
  • Competition Legal
  • RECON G6 Certified

In the Package:

  • One (1) 35T T35 HD T-Series Brushed Rock Crawler Motor


  • Voltage limit: T30 PRO - 4S LiPo; T35 HD - 4S LiPo; T40 PRO - 4S LiPo; T45 HD - 4S LiPo; T55 HD - 4S LiPo
  • Weight: 6.03oz / 171g
  • Shaft size: 3.2 (1/8 inch) x 11.3mm
  • Motor diameter: 35.85mm / 1.40 inch
  • Motor length: 52.5mm / 2.1 inch
  • Magnet material: PRO - FB9 Ferrite
  • Rebuildable: Yes


  • Tekin break-in recommendations: Brushed motors are not maintenance free. Brushed motor parts wear, but the good news is they are serviceable! There are ways to prolong the life of your brushed motor and the good news is that Tekin T-Series motors are rebuildable and it's easy to do yourself. Let's start with some brushed motor basic care. First, let's get one big myth out of the way right now. DO NOT water break-in your brushed motor! This is a method leftover from the racing days of old. Hard brush compounds paired with a brush that was not pre-cut like so many are now made this method a way of seating the brushes, "breaking in" the motor. Our motors do not need this, in fact, it causes more harm than good. Water is abrasive and accelerates the wear of the brushes and the comm surface, essentially taking life away from your new motor very quickly. Our motors don't really require a break-in before use, but you can run them on low voltage (4-6V) for a minute or two both directions to seat the brushes. Here's an example of a motor that was ran in water and spent only a few battery packs in a scale trail rig. Brushes are extremely worn and the comm is pitted, burnt and rough. Note the difference in brush length with new being about 10mm and extreme wear about 5mm. 5mm length is about time to replace your brushes because the spring will not be able to apply enough pressure to keep the brush sitting on the comm surface and the motor may stop running or run intermittently.

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