Rcmodel Australia

Leopard 4 poles 5898 600KV brushless motor

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

More Views

Leopard 4 poles 5898 600KV brushless motor

Email to a Friend

Be the first to review this product

Availability: In stock

Available Qty: 4

Add Items to Cart

Quick Overview

Brand New Leopard 4 poles 5898 600KV brushless motor for RC Boat Cars

Product Description

Why the Leopard Motors?
LEOPARD POWER MODEL Co., LTD has 15 years experience in manufacturing with precision hardware. They have been developing and producing OBM Brushless Motors, Brushless Governor ESC's and have developed dynamic products at excellent standards.
LEOPARD POWER understands that details are crucial in producing high quality products. They are devoted to ensuring maximum quality at all levels of production from initial design and the selection of raw materials to final assembly and quality control.
LEOPARD POWER keeps a pace with the latest technologies and strives to push the boundaries in developing new products.
LEOPARD - the power for RC!

Advantages about the Leopard Motors :


Leopard Motors

Most Other Brands Brushless Motors

Outer Casing

6063 Aluminum(Harder)

6061 Aluminum (Softer)

Ball Bearings

NSK and NMB from Japan (Max. speed 60,000 rpm)

No Brand (Max. speed 20,000 rpm)

Silicon Steel

Kawasaki from Japan (Thinner has better performance)

No Brand (Thicker)

Main Shaft

99% Efficient (Balanced in Zero magnetic field environment)

95% Efficient (No such environment)


Neodym (Max. 210 degrees C)

Unknown (Max. 150-180 degrees C)


Pure Copper (Max. 220 degrees C)

Copper (Max. 180 degrees C)


Gold and Copper Plated

Copper Plated only

Model: LBP 5898/3Y
Max Amps(A): 105A
Max Voltage: 58V
Max Power: 6500W
KV (RPM/Volt): 600KV
No Load Current (15V):1.8A
Mounting Hole Depth: 8mm
Shaft Diameter: 8mm
Shaft Length: 30mm
Diameter X Length:Φ57.8mm×98mm
Weight: 1020 gram

Package Content: 
1X Brand New Leopard 4-Poles 5898 600KV Brushless Motor
1X Instruction Manual



Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.