Tamiya Twin-Motor Gear Box

TamiyaSKU: RB-Tam-01
Manufacturer #: 70097

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Sale price ¥1,430

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In stock, 19 units

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Description

  • Gear Ratios: 58:1 207:1 
  • Motor: FA-130 
  • Motor RPM: 12300 (9710 Maximum Efficiency) 
  • Motor Voltage: 1.5-3V (1.5V Recommended) 
  • Motor Stall Current: 2.1A 
  • Free-run current: 150mA
  • Motor Stall torque: 36 g-cm



The Tamiya Twin-Motor Gear Box uses a two motor system to provide power and speed to turn the hex shaft. The gear box is made from high quality plastic. Use this gear box and motor set with other Tamiya Construction and Robotics products. Two FA-130 motors are included.

Tamiya Twin-Motor Gear Box

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Quentin
Excellent value

For less than 10 € this gearbox is perfect. Offering a choice of 167 rpm for 0.2 N.m. OR 47 rpm for 0.71 N.m. Excellent product for low-cost model making

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Jerrod
Works Great

Works great for our Rover. Bought extra as a backup just in case something went wrong before the tech fair. So far so good!

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Mark
RobotShop delivers again

I knew and own this product before but needed another and wanted to test first and good experience with RobotShop again and they delivered. Price is about the same as a well known online seller of everything but they are not in the motor gearbox business so I'm happy to see I've found my new supplier in RobotShop.

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Ash
Nice

This was good for my needs. Yes, the gears are plastic and the motor is cheap, so if you're looking for durable motors that need to operate at high torque, find something else. However, this was perfect for my needs in constructing a path finding bot.

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Steve
Perfect for a quick build

Bolted to a piece of acrylic with a nylon bolt skid. I had to play with the balance because the motors are quite far back from the axle, especially in "high" speed configuration, causing too much friction on the skid. One motor gear has a split making that side a bit noisy. Driven by a DRV8833 with a single 3.7 V Lipo. Would like to try with the "sport" wheels

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