How are Brushless RC motors rated?

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RPM stands for ‘Revolutions per Minute’ and in effect measures how fast a mechanical part can spin. This is relevant to motors because the way they produce their power involves the use of spinning parts, therefore higher RPM means faster power production and essentially more speed for your hobby vehicle or craft. It’s no use for rating a motor, however, as motors will run different RPM depending on the electricity supply and the amount of resistance (load) faced.

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