GEN4 3.0T Eliminator - Stuck Timing

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*Gen 4 Motors with a stuck rear Endbell.  They run just as good as a standard motor and are set at the optimum timing for most applications.  However, adjusting the timing takes significant force or in some cases is not adjustable at all.  The cost is less than what a replacement rotor and sensor board ($80 value) cost so they can also be considered upgrade or spare parts for other Tekin motors you own.* 

Tekin’s fourth generation brushless motors are engineered for award-winning performance. Utilizing the best materials available we redesigned the GEN4 to cut weight while reducing resistance, resulting in a purebred racing machine. From Drag Racing to 4Mod, the GEN4 motors handle all situations, providing smooth power and control across all RPMs when you need it. The GEN4 Modified is competition performance with the speed you need to win.


CNC Machined 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum Heat Sink Can
Neodymium Sintered Magnet
Precision Engineered for Maximum Energy Conversion
High Purity Copper Windings Maximize Conductivity
Dual-Plug Sensor Wire Harness for use with all Sensored and Sensorless Systems
Anodized Endbell Plates Maximize Corrosion and Wear Resistance
High RPM Precision Bearings
Oversized Front Bearing
Legal in Major Governing Race Bodies
ROAR Approved


Motor Turns: 3.0T
Input Voltage: 2S 
Weight: 5.1oz / 145g
Shaft Size: 3.18mm / 1/8”
Motor Length: 50.25mm / 1.978”
Motor Diameter: 35.85mm / 1.40”
Bearing Dimensions: Front 4x13x5mm / Rear 1/8x38/5/32”
Rotor Size: 13.5mm UltraTorque YELLOW
Rebuildable: Yes

Items purchased as Scratch & Dent are sold as-is with no factory warranty. No exceptions.

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  • 5
    Tekin 3.0t motor w/stuck timing

    Posted by William Watts Jr on Aug 3rd 2022

    Got my motor ahead of scheduled delivery date thank you tekin sales rep Sherril for that. I havent tried the motor yet due to working late. But it is already soldered up to my tekin rx8 gen3 esc. Should be a successful combo to compete with local groups in my state.