Big Block Brushed Motor AND BigBlockX motor For TRX4-m
This is the Iconic Big Block motor from mofo rc in beautiful Black Chrome, Now comes with the Brass pinion gear of mod.4 11T for a direct fit into the trx4-m,
See Differences of the BigBlock and BigBlockX below. BigBlockX not shown in pics, Looks the same but with an X at the end of the laser inscription. And has a wire harness that will plug directly into the traxxas esc.
You can expect better low speed resolution for an all around better crawling experience and on top of that the big block is more than 50% faster than the Stock motor with more power and torque as well.
Dont forget to check out the mofo rc High speed transmission bearing set for TRX4-m and do both at the same time as you will have the transmission apart anyways and can get rid of the transmission bushings.
This is a huge upgrade in the amount of fun you will have when staying brushed. Also the Big Block motor weights 10 grams less and is shorter than the stock motor so you have less sprung weight and a lower center of gravity.
BigBlockX motor, It is now a direct bolt in and wires plug directly into the ESC, HOWEVER the BigBlockX does not have as good of a low speed resolution as the BigBlock motor, The X has Massive Neodymium Magnets that give it insane torque but at the cost of less low speed control on takeoff. This can be mostly solved by using a better aftermarket ESC Such as the Furitek, Mofo RockWolf Esc or Dinky Esc.
BigBlock motor, You will need to remove and disassemble the transmission and remove the old motor, When you do this you will need a soldiering iron to remove the harness from the Big Block motor and from the titan, And reinstall the Harness from the titan onto the Big Block motor. The red wire will install where the red wire on the big block is and the black wire red stripe will install where the black wire is on the big block, if you dont have a soldiering iron you can just cut and splice the wires together and wrap with heat shrink or with electrical tape. But soldiering would be ideal. If you experience less drag brake than ideal you can change the drag brake settings in the Esc settings using your manual.