Team Orion Vortex Ddrive 2700Kv Orion (540-4P-Deans)

Team Orion Vortex Ddrive 2700Kv Orion (540-4P-Deans)

Brand: Team Orion

Part Number: ORI28313

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With the dDrive system Team Orion has combined the motor and ESC inside a single aluminum case specifically designed for the task. Never before motor and ESC have been as closely connected as in the dDrive power unit.

Thanks to this proximity, we have been able to improve performance and reliability by making a simpler system, composed of fewer components and electrical connections. The Team Orion dDrive Intelligent Motor System is designed to be the most user friendly power unit.

This new sensorless brushless power unit makes converting 1/10 on-road and off-road RC cars to brushless power easier than ever! The dDrive features Team Orion's latest brushless ESC and motor technology ensuring the best possible driving experience.

VORTEX dDRIVE 2700KV ORION (540-4P-DEANS) Features:
  • 2-in-1 Motor/ESC Unit for 1/10 scale cars
  • Simple compact design for easy installation
  • Designed for LiPo and NiMH batteries
  • High performance 4-pole motor
  • Aluminum case with high efficiency cooling
  • Forward/brake, forward/brake/reverse and forward/reverse (crawler) function modes
  • Battery low voltage cut-off system
  • Status control by LED and audio tone
  • Splash Proof
VORTEX dDRIVE 2700KV ORION (540-4P-DEANS) Specfications:
  • Input Connector Types: : Deans
  • Motor Type: : Brushless - Sensorless
  • Programmable: : Yes

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Would this work with a 7.2V 6 Cell NiMH battery pack?
Asked by Matthew on 18th July 2020

Yes, that should work fine

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

With a Tamiya adapter, would this be able to run on a 6 cell 7.2V NiMH?
Asked by Matthew on 21st July 2020

Yes it would be fine.

Answered by: Anthony @ Wheelspin Models

What’s the max forward burst current on the built in ESC?
Asked by Matthew on 7th September 2020

Not listed sorry

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this be otherwise identical to the discontinued HPI Fuzion 2:1 Brushless Motor/ESC 2700KV in terms of performance?
Asked by Matthew on 7th September 2020

It'll be somewhere close

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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