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Engineered with precision and featuring a high strength 4mm shaft, this motor is not just about speed; it's about enduring the toughest battles and outlasting the competition.


Key Features:


  • Extra Durability: Built to withstand the relentless demands of the arena, this 500RPM Antweight Drive Motor is constructed with durability in mind. Its rugged design ensures that your robot can endure impacts and collisions without sacrificing performance.


  • Heavyweight Advantage: Weighing in with a heavier profile, this motor adds stability to your robot, which can benefit its overall balance. The added weight provides a strategic advantage, giving you more control during intense matches and making your robot a force to be reckoned with.


  • Powerful 4mm Shaft: Say goodbye to fragile 3mm shafts. Our Antweight Drive Motor boasts a robust 4mm shaft, providing increased strength and resilience. This upgrade in shaft size ensures that your motor can handle the toughest challenges, giving you peace of mind in the heat of battle.


  • 500RPM Speed: Achieve the perfect balance of speed and control with a motor that spins at the ideal speed. This sweet spot allows for swift and precise movements, giving you the agility needed to outmaneuver opponents and secure victory.


  • Plug-and-Play Compatibility: Streamline your robot-building process with our motor's plug-and-play compatibility. Easy to integrate into your setup, this motor is designed for both novice builders and experienced enthusiasts, ensuring a hassle-free installation.


  • Versatile Application: While ideal for Antweight combat robots, this motor's versatility extends beyond the arena. Its power and durability make it suitable for a range of small-scale robotic projects, where reliability and performance are non-negotiable.

500RPM Antweight Drive Motor


Weight: 52g

This is designed to be a heavier motor, but retain a higher durability and power level over other options. We would rather motors be heavier and last in battle, as in tournaments, immobilization is a knockout.

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