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Warhead Industries Black Brushless Motor (36K, Long Type)

Manufactured by: Warhead Industries

Warhead Industries Black Brushless Motor (36K, Long Type)

Weight: 0.31 lb

Regular price $149.95
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Manufacturer notes: Brushless DC motors have no brushes to get worn out -- they represent a huge leap forward in technology. Brushless output gives significantly higher efficiency and performance, and have a lower susceptibility to mechanical wear than their brushed counterparts.

Brushless motors offer several other advantages, including;

- Higher torque to weight ratio
- Increased torque per watt of power input (increased efficiency)
- Increased reliability and lower maintenance requirements
- Reduced operational and mechanical noise
- Longer lifespan (no brush and commutator erosion)
- Elimination of ionizing sparks from the commutator (ESD)
- Near-elimination of electromagnetic interference (EMI)

This advanced brushless motor boasts some impressive features:

-7075 Aluminum case
- Full CNC construction
- Fully hand-wound stator, maximizing copper content
- High-quality magnets
- CNC shaft cover with EZO bearing
- High-quality speed controller
- Replaceable speed controller
- High-quality D-type pinion gear
- Replaceable parts
- 36K RPM at 11.1v

Important installation notes Professional installation required. A 1.27mm hex key driver is required for installing the pinion gear. A small amount of slip-fit (green 638 recommended) threadlocker should be used to prevent pinion slippage. Threadlocker should not enter the bearing area and should have time to cure before using the motor.

Do NOT use a pinion pull/press tool for installing the pinion gear. This will destroy the electronics inside, unless the motor is properly disassembled and desoldered. Proper fitting of the AEG pistol grip plate is required.

Please take care when fitting your AEG's motor connectors to the tabs on the motor. These are soldered directly to the PCB inside the motor and they are more fragile than those on a standard brushed motor. Care should be taken not to bend them outwards or hyper extend them as this may result in them breaking.

A helpful installation video is provided by Warhead and goes into further detail:

Important MOSFET settings We have spent a significant amount of time designing our motor to be compatible with as many third-party MOSFETs and electronic trigger units as possible. For optimal performance with our motor, we recommend using the following settings across all brands of ETU and mosfets alike.

Please refer to each section below when setting up your AEG with our motor. For more information or to check compatibility please send us an email on info@warheadindustries.com or direct message us on Facebook.com/warheadindustries. Settings explained in further detail here: https://www.warheadindustries.com/suggested-mosfet-settings

BATTERY PROTECTION / LOW
VOLTAGE DETECTION SET TO: OFF
CYCLE DETECTION SET TO: ON
PRE-COCKING SET TO: OFF
ACTIVE BRAKING SET TO: PWM INCREASING IN 20% INCREMENTS

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Manufacturer notes: Brushless DC motors have no brushes to get worn out -- they represent a huge leap forward in technology. Brushless output gives significantly higher efficiency and performance, and have a lower susceptibility to mechanical wear than their brushed counterparts.

Brushless motors offer several other advantages, including;

- Higher torque to weight ratio
- Increased torque per watt of power input (increased efficiency)
- Increased reliability and lower maintenance requirements
- Reduced operational and mechanical noise
- Longer lifespan (no brush and commutator erosion)
- Elimination of ionizing sparks from the commutator (ESD)
- Near-elimination of electromagnetic interference (EMI)

This advanced brushless motor boasts some impressive features:

-7075 Aluminum case
- Full CNC construction
- Fully hand-wound stator, maximizing copper content
- High-quality magnets
- CNC shaft cover with EZO bearing
- High-quality speed controller
- Replaceable speed controller
- High-quality D-type pinion gear
- Replaceable parts
- 36K RPM at 11.1v

Important installation notes Professional installation required. A 1.27mm hex key driver is required for installing the pinion gear. A small amount of slip-fit (green 638 recommended) threadlocker should be used to prevent pinion slippage. Threadlocker should not enter the bearing area and should have time to cure before using the motor.

Do NOT use a pinion pull/press tool for installing the pinion gear. This will destroy the electronics inside, unless the motor is properly disassembled and desoldered. Proper fitting of the AEG pistol grip plate is required.

Please take care when fitting your AEG's motor connectors to the tabs on the motor. These are soldered directly to the PCB inside the motor and they are more fragile than those on a standard brushed motor. Care should be taken not to bend them outwards or hyper extend them as this may result in them breaking.

A helpful installation video is provided by Warhead and goes into further detail:

Important MOSFET settings We have spent a significant amount of time designing our motor to be compatible with as many third-party MOSFETs and electronic trigger units as possible. For optimal performance with our motor, we recommend using the following settings across all brands of ETU and mosfets alike.

Please refer to each section below when setting up your AEG with our motor. For more information or to check compatibility please send us an email on info@warheadindustries.com or direct message us on Facebook.com/warheadindustries. Settings explained in further detail here: https://www.warheadindustries.com/suggested-mosfet-settings

BATTERY PROTECTION / LOW
VOLTAGE DETECTION SET TO: OFF
CYCLE DETECTION SET TO: ON
PRE-COCKING SET TO: OFF
ACTIVE BRAKING SET TO: PWM INCREASING IN 20% INCREMENTS

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Fast and full of Power

Warhead motors are fantastic custom builds. Since these motors are brushless, less heat is generated which keeps the electrical resistance down thus drawing less current from the battery. This all helps extend battery life over high performance brushed motors. I always use Siegetek Gears because not only are these motors fast but they have a lot of torque as well. One note, as long as you have a good gear box, a well shimmed build and a metal slide piston your build will last a long time.

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Connor S.
Perfect motor. Somehow more torque than the lower RPM base motors.

5-Star Review: Warhead Black Series CNC 36k RPM Brushless Motor - A Game Changer for High-Performance Airsoft

Video attached to this review is with a 36k warhead brushless with a 14:1 DSG on 11.1v.

After rigorously testing the Warhead Base 20k RPM motor in my 14.09:1 DSG setup with an SP150 spring, I initially thought its lower RPM would provide the torque advantage needed for my high-speed gear configuration. However, the performance was underwhelming, with a 19A draw on semi-auto, a 36ms trigger response, and an RPS of 35—decent, but not what I expected for competitive play.

Enter the Warhead Black Series CNC 36k RPM motor. This motor is a revelation, delivering not just higher RPM but doing so with astonishing efficiency. It dropped the amp draw to 14A and catapulted the RPS to 60, with a semi-auto cycle time slashed to 24ms and an 8ms trigger response with precocking. The efficiency improvement was staggering, consuming about 0.093mAh per shot, nearly halving the energy per shot compared to the 20k motor. This represents a nearly 50% decrease in energy consumption per shot, highlighting the unmatched efficiency and, surprisingly, not mutually exclusive, speed of the 36k motor.

Upon further inspection, the significantly lower cogging torque in the 20k motor suggested it wasn't optimized for torque at all, contrary to expectations. This led me to theorize that the 20k motor might actually be a high-speed motor artificially limited to 20k RPM, perhaps through the use of a potentiometer—a puzzling design choice if true.

Based on my experience, for anyone serious about airsoft performance, the Black CNC 36k RPM brushless motor stands out as the unequivocal choice over the Warhead Base 20k RPM model. Its superior performance and efficiency are undeniable, making it the smart pick for those looking to elevate their game.

If you're on the fence about which motor to choose for your airsoft setup, let me simplify the decision for you: opt for the Warhead Black Series. It outperforms in every conceivable way, offering a blend of speed and efficiency that's simply unmatched. Spend the extra $20. It's not just an upgrade; it's a transformation.

I posted a short on my YT channel called "SCUD Slingers" showing a few dry fire cycles and an auto cycle if anyone wants to see this in action.

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