|No.|| 15131 (Mach-Dash Motor)|
15375 (Mach-Dash Motor PRO)
|Release Date|| July 23, 1995 (Single-shaft)|
July 16, 2011 (PRO)
|Rev|| Mach-Dash Motor:|
Mach-Dash Motor PRO:
|Torque|| 15g-cm (Single-shaft)|
|Electric consumption|| 1,900mA (Single-shaft)|
|Weight|| 17g (Single-shaft)|
|Manufacturer(s)|| Mabuchi Motor (Single-shaft)|
SMC Motor (PRO)
On the exterior, both versions has the red endbell cap and silver metal housing. Both motors are the speed-focused motors.
The single-shaft version of the motor is powerful than the Hyper-Dash Motor at the time it released, but because of that, the motor has shorter running life and very power-hungry as the results.
The double-shaft version is the more refined version of its single-shaft motor counterpart and behaves similar to that of Sprint Dash Motor, which explains why it can be use on official tournaments. It is also the only variant of Mach-Dash Motor that use silver carbon brushes.
Because both motors has moderate torque, they are not suitable for race tracks that has very high acceleration requirement.
- Currently only the Mach-Dash Motor PRO, which was designed for the Mini 4WD PRO cars, can be used in Tamiya official race tournaments as well as unofficial tournaments that abides Tamiya's race rules.
- Mach-Dash Motor on Tamiya official website (Japanese)
- Mach-Dash Motor PRO on Tamiya official website
|Mini 4WD motors|
|Regular||FA-130 Motor* · Hyper Mini Motor · Hyper-Dash Motor*† · Mach-Dash Motor* · Torque-Tuned Motor*† · Rev-Tuned Motor*† · Ultra Dash Motor · Jet-Dash Motor · Plasma-Dash Motor · Atomic-Tuned Motor*† · Touch Dash Motor · Power Dash Motor · Sprint Dash Motor · Light-Dash Motor*|
|Limited editions||ZEN-Tuned Motor · Turbo-Dash Motor|
|* denotes Mini 4WD PRO version available; † denotes newer version(s) of the motor available.|