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Motor/Gearbox Quick-Change Kit



 
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Product Code: MOTOR-WIRING-KIT


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This wiring kit allows you to remover your motors and gearboxes from your vehicle without soldering or cutting wires ever again. It also prevents those annoying broken tabs on the ends of the motors by using a vibration-absorbing flexible wire. All of our Performance 550 Motors, Stage I kits, and Stage II kits come with this kit installed.

Perfect for those who love to tinker with their ride-on or want to make future upgrades and maintenance go quicker and easier! Simply replace the wires on your existing motors with the new motor wires in the kit. Can be soldered on or just slide the spade connectors onto your motors' tabs. Attach the gold plated bullet connectors to your vehicle's motor wires, plug in, and go play.


Kit includes 4 silicon wires with bullet connectors and spade connectors attached. Plus 4 gold plated bullet connectors to attach to the vehicle. Approved by Mltoys for up to 18 volts (We do have customers running them on 24 volts happily. We just haven't tested that ourselves yet).

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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21 t new gear boxes replaced existed old 16t boxs July 13, 2017
Reviewer: Dennis Bolshakov from SLC, UT United States  
I had an old style 16t gearbox, I bout a new style (reinforced) 21t gearbox (I thought that my was 21t at the moment). New gearboxes fitted right in - no modification required.
I had to get a new 23t steel pinion gear to replace my old 16t p.gears in order to reuse existing motors.  
Tip -23T p.gears work on (21-22-23) gear boxes
Tip - carefully grind off old pinion gears from your motors.

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Great April 20, 2016
Reviewer: Nicholas Pettigrew from Front Royal, VA United States  
works great, easy to install

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