Slot Car Motor!
Identify Your Slot Car Motor!
Over the next 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 the next 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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M33:Identified as: Champion 517
Comments: Type A, size F16D, color black, endbell says CHAMPION
M34:Identified as: What's left of a Champion 601...so sad
Comments: Type A, size F26D, color silver, endbell says CHAMPION
M35:Identified as: Classic CM470
Comments: Type A (dual shaft), size F26D, color orange
M36:Identified as: Cannon Vendetta 465
Comments: Type B, size F36D, color silver, sticker says Vendetta 465,
endbell says FT-36D JAPAN, bearing says MABUCHI JAPAN PAT.P
M37:Identified as: Mixed Revell SP80 can with a Cox endbell
Comments: Type B, size F16D, color light gray, endbell says FT-16D JAPAN,
bearing says MABUCHI PAT.P
M38:Identified as: ?
Comments: stamped JAPAN TKKNO151
M39:Identified as: ?
Comments: endbell says RE-14 JAPAN PAT. MABUCHI MOTOR
M40:Identified as: Globe Versitec SS-91 Screamer
Comments: printed on can SS-91 12 VDC MAX GLOBE IND INC PN 41A 37 etc.
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