Slot Car Motor!
Identify Your Slot Car Motor!
Over these 8 webpages are images of motors, which are identified by numbers.
At the bottom of each page is a listing, showing the best identification so far of that motor.
Find a picture that matches your motor, and see if our Scratchbuilt.com community
has identified it yet.
The Scratchbuilt.com Slot Car Motor Quiz!
Over these 8 webpages are images of motors, associated by
M-numbers with a list at the bottom of each page.
If a motor has not been identified, or has been mis-identified, and you can identify it,
we need your help! Please come over to our
in the category of Identify This Slot Car: Motor Quiz, and post your information. Thanks!
(Posted Wednesday Oct. 16, 2002)
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M9:Identified as: Champion 703
Comments: Type B, size F36D, color light gray, sticker says Champion 703, endbell says
M10:Identified as: ?
Comments: Repainted? Type A, size F16D, color pine green, endbell says TKK
M11:Identified as: ?
Comments: Repainted? Type A, size F16D, color black, endbell says TKK JAPAN
M12:Identified as: Parma 16D
Comments: Type B, size F16D, color silver, endbell white, can stamped PARMA
M13:Identified as: Rannelli R VII
Comments: Type B, size F36D, color black, endbell says FT-36D JAPAN, bearing says MABUCHI PAT.P
M14:Identified as: Classic CM460
Comments: Type B, size F26D, color orange, endbell says MABUCHI JAPAN PAT
The 450 had the shaft out the endbell,
the 460's shaft was out the can end and the 470 had
shaft out both ends.
M15:Identified as: Parma 16D
Comments: Type B, size F16D, color silver, endbell blue, can stamped PARMA
M16:Identified as: ?
Comments: Type A, size ?, color dark blue, endbell says MABUCHI JAPAN 15 PAT
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