Reviews: ICS Turbo 3000 Airsoft AEG Motor - Long Type

$45.00 $36.90

4 Customer Reviews
Model: MO-MC-61
Location: U1-300 S8-051

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by kyle g. on 2011-05-24 18:17:23
"This is a great motor. i have it in my M4 fighting kitty with a 9.6V 4300Mah battery and this thing shreds. The rate of fire is great and will fit in ANY M4 AEGS. Back to the motor, the motor greatly improves the fear factor of your weapon because i know that i would not want to get a sheet of bullets in my face so this makes people keep their heads down which gives oyou an advantage on the field. If you are debating whether or not to get this, know that it is a great product. Even though i do not have many other aftermarket motors to compare to, I bet it could compete with other motors of its price range.

For only $51 on evike it is a great deal on such a high quality motor.
by Corey M. on 2009-03-24 21:06:30
"good motor came stock in my ics mp5 worked great can pull a m120 with a 8.4 but recommend using a9.6 for a m120 pulls my m100 at 950 with a 9.6. only problem with the motor that i found was the tabs get weak after awhile this was probably a result from taking the the gun a part to many time but overall great motor
by Aaron D. on 2008-11-17 14:44:59
"These are EXCELLENT motors. I have them in four of my guns (none of which are ICS) and they are truly the best "stock" motor available. I have one pulling an M130 right now like it's an M90. Having used Magnum motors in the past, I know that torque AND speed are hard to find in one motor...for a reasonable price. I'd say that is is not quite as powerful as a Magnum, but it is certainly more than enough for normal applications. The EG1000 and CA High-torque are no where near as powerful as this motor. If you are looking for a great motor for an M90-M130 setup, here it is. I recommend the use of a low milliamp 9.6v for super performance.
by Arthur K. on 2008-07-11 03:36:02
"A 8.4V will run this motor fine. Battery really doesn't determine much, it is really the spring.

With a 8.4V this motor should be able to pull up to a M110 spring. Over that, (m120 ~ m130) you might want to use at least a 9.6V.

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