AndyMark 775 RedLine Motor with 12T 32DP Pinion Gear Installed
We give you the AndyMark 775 RedLine Motor. A fast and fierce 775-class motor that FRC teams know and love, capable of delivering immense power in a small, lightweight package. This ball-bearing su...Read More
This variation of the RedLine comes with a 12 tooth, 32 DP pinion already pressed on allowing this motor to be installed into EVO Slim 4 RedLine, EVO Shifter 4 RedLine and DeCIMate gearboxes. Not only does this take the risk of damaging the motor during pinion installation out of your hands, it also means that this counts as a COTS part in FRC, and bringing these as spares to your competition won't count against your weight allowance for 2018.
Motors need air flow to keep cool. A hot motor won't last nearly as long, or deliver the power it once did new. To keep a RedLine cool and in great shape, use a 775 Vent Plate Spacer, am-3650. All of our gearboxes that use this motor have vent plate spacers included with your purchase.
Theoretical Performance Specs:
Useful Additional Parts:
- RedLine Encoder Kit, am-3773
- M4 x 0.7 10 mm Screw, am-1264
- Vent Plate for keeping this motor cool and functional, 775 Vent Plate Spacer, am-3650
- Fantastic Gearbox Pairing Options:
CCL part number: DF-30F-2002
Logo: AndyMark Logo
AndyMark Part number: am-3775
Date Code: YYWWD
- Maximum Power: 322 Watts
- Mounting Geometry: Quantity 2
- Product Lifecycle: replaced by <a href='/products/andymark-775-redline-motor-with-12-tooth-32dp-pinion-gear-installed'>am-3775a_12t</a>
- Voltage: 12 Volts
- Weight: 0.91 lbs
Returns are not accepted for this product.
This is a great little motor.
"A good motor"
"I mistakenly bought this handy little motor with 12 tooth pinion to go with the 57 sport gearbox. That gearbox takes the 16 tooth pinion. That said, the 12 tooth pinion was hard to press on the shaft and even harder to remove once we realized our mistake. It works great now."
These are great motors and their performance is more than we had expected. We are4 using them in the new EVO Redline Transmissions.