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Lonex TITAN Airsoft AEG Motor - High Torque / Long

5 Customer Reviews

by Donald J S. on 09/01/2017
"Decent motor. Does the job on a G36 I have it on. Pulls back a M130 spring without issue and works well.
by Caleb W. on 10/03/2015
"Love this Motor so much, I've had it around a year now. I'm hitting around 24 rps with this bad boy I love it! I use a 20c 11.1 1300 mAh lipo and it works like a charm.


Gets hot (all motors do)
by Trevor W. on 05/10/2014
"Why are you still waiting throw evike the money and buy the motor.
Pretty good efficiency
Enough torque to pull a truck
Extra 5-10 RPS with stock gears
Doesn't set your hand on fire
It's made by lonex

Are you seriously expecting cons this is lonex were talking about ppl
by brett r. on 05/08/2014
"This motor is perfect. I cant say enough good things about it.

Pros: Stays cool
Nice looks.
Good packaging
Very high touque for great trigger response
Bumped up rof by around 6

Cons: lonex is too good to have cons....
by Håkon H. on 12/13/2014
Decent speed and torque.
Decent efficiency.
Smooth pinion gear.

Does not cope well with high stress setups, none of my Lonex motors have lasted more than a season. DA/SHS motors have pulled similar setups for two seasons now and are still going strong.
Relatively weak magnets.
Pinion gear is made of softer steel than other brands.
Poorly shimmed armature.
Extremely soft brushes.
Overall fragile design.
Poor price/performance ratio.

I've used both the first gen and the Titan gen Lonex motors, and none were up to the task in my AEG's. I typically run setups with M120-M130 spring with 13:1 ratio gears, we are talking relatively high stress setups. Lonex motors work well in lower stress setups I've used them in, so they aren't bad motors, they are just a bit fragile. these motors run quite smoothly, but the slanted armature design combined with relatively weak neodymium magnets actually gives more overspin than other motors.

Lonex motors simply aren't worth the price IMO, when they are outperformed in every aspect by significantly cheaper motors. I recommend looking at other brands for motors for use in high stress setups, this motor will get the job done in more moderate setups though.