Tekin Pro4 Competition Sensored Brushless Motors

Aug 15, 2011 5 Comments by

Tekin’s Pro4 Motors set a new standard for 4 Wheel Drive Short Course performance. Utilizing the proven design of the T8 1:8th Scale motor, the Tekin Pro4 produces the torque and smooth power you demand for a 4×4 Short Course Truck. Specifically designed with KV ranges to complement 2s and 3s Lipo power systems, no other 10th scale motor on the market can deliver the power needs your 4×4 Short Course requires. Get a Tekin Pro4 Motor and never look back.


  • 4 Pole 12 Slot Hi-torque Motor Design
  • CNC Machined 6061 T6 Billet Aluminum Heatsink Can
  • Neodymium Sintered Magnets
  • Rebuildable Design
  • High Purity Copper Windings Maximizes Efficiency
  • Precision Engineered for Maximum Energy Conversion
  • Dual-Plug Sensor Wire Harness for use with all sensored and sensorless systems
  • High RPM ABEC5 Oversized Bearings


Weight: 6.75oz / 193g
Shaft Dimensions: .60″x .196″ / 15.3mm x 5mm
Motor Diameter: 1.4″ / 35.8mm
Motor Length: 2.1″ / 52.9mm
Bearing Dimensions: Front: 5x13x4mm / Rear: 5x10x5

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5 Responses to “Tekin Pro4 Competition Sensored Brushless Motors”

  1. Anonymous says:

    whats the difference between this and there previous pro4 motors?

    • Matthew Higgins says:

      It’s 4-pole which means it has more torque. I imagine the can will be shorter and more like a 540 than a 550

  2. Anonymous says:

    So did the old one as well. The only thing is the shorter can

  3. Randy says:

    The Sc4s is a 2 pole motor. The Pro 4 is a 4 pole motor. Totally different design.

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