Video from UpiUpi team as they talk about the Option 1: Plug-in Brushless Motor as the strongest motor to use in an AEG. This is an expensive motor, which is like already purchasing a mid-range AEG. For those who haved used brushless motor, there are lots of benefits to using it more efficient energy consumption, more torque, and this one has a digital switch.
Along with the news that VFC will be using brushless motors for their AEGs, they announce the their new Virgo M4 Conversion System during the MOA Exhibition in Taiwan earlier this month. This allows airsoft players to mix and match their VFC M4 AEG with their handguards/QRS tactical accessories, receivers and ECS gearbox with the last coming with its programmable Digital Firing Control System.
Another Brushless Motor for AEGs in the market. According to Airsoft Taiwan, which has this in stock, the Xpert Brushless Motor is a Maple Leaf Agent product as it looks like it comes with the Maple Leaf MOSFET too. The FET is programmable with burst mode options, shot counts, battery low voltage, and battery voltage display.
Begadi are now stockists of the Novatech Xpert GP-350 Brushless Motor which is now being exported outside of Asia. Reaper's Airsoft takes a closer look at this type of electric motor which is widely in use in model airplanes. Turn on your language captions to follow the review as this is conducted in German.
We have posted news about the Brushless Motor made by Taiwanese company Novatech before. Now we see it available in Japan under the name of Option No.1 Electric Brushless Motor System (EBMS). This does not have a brush and commutator of a conventional electric motor and brushless motors are widely in use in remote controlled planes.