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CarbonBird Gimbal-Motor 32.55 ROLL axis/rear

Shipping Weight:
105.00 Grams
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Product Description

This is the CarbonBird Gimbal-Motor 32.55 ROLL axis motor for the Scarab Gimbal black - spare/crash part.  It is longer/heavier than the 28.46 version used for camera pitch and has more torque than a 28.46 becuase it has to carry the inertia of the front motor as well as the camera inertia (for pilots with the older small roll axis - YES - this motor is a drop in replacement, same diameter and mounting holes - just slightly heavier and longer)


  • Roll axis 55g (REAR) gimbal motor
  • Superior windings 90T 0.15 wire
  • 300mm lead wires - black
  • Superior EZO™ bearings - Made in Japan
  • Light weight - LOW Inertia 
  • engine mounts 16mm/19mm spacing
  • Bell side mounting 12mm M2 - or 19mm M3
  • 3S-6S (12v-25v)


  • 28D x 32h  -see photo at right
  • 16mm and 19mm mounting holes
  • Colour - red/black


Power Tests & Recommended Props

  • internal resistance  25  Ohms
  • 90T 12Stator/14magnets

Includes as per photo
  • 1 x  CarbonBird Gimbal-Motor 32.55 Motor with 300mm wires 



  • Requires Alexmos controller HERE
  • Excludes Button head bolts M3*5 for SCARAB cooler/mounts not included - available here
  • Requires Loctite - NOTE :screws are held by Loctite - this type of glue stops screws coming undone - Loctite glue is VERY hard at room temp or lower temps <35°c - to release any screw with loctite, simply heat it with your girl-friends hair dryer set to max heat (keep away from carbon)- heat the bolt so it is too hot to touch with your finger (85°C) - then the glue will become soft like butter and the M3 or M2 screw can be "released".  For M2 screws use the 1/16th Pro-tool here

Water damage - if submerged by accidental crash into salt water you may need to replace the 2 main bearings HERE

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Product Reviews

  1. Works as it should - crashed repaired

    Posted by John on 9th Nov 2015

    I had to replace my back motor for my gimbal because the old one's inner wires shorted out after getting yanked (crash - cheaper weaker carbon fiber booms not sold by MWC). I decided to buy the much stronger longer booms multiwii sells and this new motor works good as new. I'm hoping there will be far fewer crashes in the near future.

  2. Top produit !

    Posted by Bernard on 30th Apr 2015

    Excellent product, replaced following an accident to recommend!

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