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Screwdriver Motors for Quik Drive® Systems

Quik Drive Systems are available with a variety of screwdriver motors. The information below will aid in the selection of the right tool for the intended application. Not all motors are available with all systems, reference the appropriate systems page for available options.

Screwdriver Motors Sold in Quik Drive Systems
Screwdriver Motors
Properties Image DeWalt 2000rpm DeWalt 2500rpm Hitachi 1700rpm Makita 2500rpm
Description* DeWalt®
2000 rpm
6.5 amp
164 in/lbs peak torque*
DeWalt®
2500 rpm
6.5 amp
132 in/lbs torque*
Hitachi®
1700 rpm
6.6 amps
215 in/lbs torque*
Makita®
2500 rpm
6.5 amp
133 in/lbs torque*
Features Adjustable Torque Multi application versatility Increased power for high torque applications Multi application versatility
Tool Model Number DW267QD DW276QD HIW8VB2 MAFS2500
Available in These Quik Drive Systems
Quik Drive System Model Numbers PRO200 PRO200G2D25K PRO200G2M25K
PRO250 PRO250G2D25K PRO250G2M25K
PROCCS+ PROCCS+D25K PROCCS+M25K
PROCGB PROCGBM25K
PROLDH PROLDHG2M25K
PROPP150 PROPP150G2DATK PROPP150G2M25K
PROSDX150 PROSDX150G2DATK
BSD200 QDBSD200G2DATK
PRORF PRORFG2M25K
PROSDD PROSDDD25K PROSDDM25K
PRO300SRF PRO300SRFG2M25K
PRO300S PRO300SD25K PRO300SM25K
PROHSD60 PROHSD60H17K PROHSD60M25K
PROHSD75 PROHSD75H17K
PROHX516 PROHX516M25K
PRO200s PPRO200SG2D25K
  1. *This information provided by screwdriver motor manufacturers.
  2. All Screwdriver Motors may also be purchased separately using the tool model number.
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Screwdriver Motors
Properties Image Makita 3500rpm Makita 2500 rpm Makita 1000-2000 rpm
Description* Makita® 3500 rpm 6.5 amp 107 in/lb. peak torque* Makita® 2500 rpm 6.5 amp Adjustable torque* Makita® 1000-2000 rpm 4.6 amp (2 speeds) 177 in/lb. peak torque*
Features Increased speed for low-torque applications 6 torque settings, ideal for steel-framing applications 2 speeds for heavy-gauge steel applications
Tool Model Number MAFS3500 MAFS2701 MA6807Z
Available in These Quik Drive Systems
Quik Drive System Model Numbers PRO250 PRO250G2M35K
PRORF PRORFG2M35K
PROSDD PROSDDM35K
PRO300SRF PRO300SRFG2M35K
PRO300S PRO300SM35K
PROHSD60 PROHSD60MVK
PROHSD75 PROHSD75MVK
PROHX516 PROHX516MATK
  1. *This information provided by screwdriver motor manufacturers.
  2. All Screwdriver Motors may also be purchased separately using the tool model number.
Screwdriver Motors — Sold Separately
Image Description Features Tool Model Number
Makita 6000 rpm 6.5 amps Makita® 6000 rpm 6.5 amps Maximum speed for drywall applications MA6825
Fein 1700 rpm Fein® 1700 rpm 18v Cordless screwdriver motor FEASCS63
DeWalt 4,400 rpm DeWalt® 4,400 rpm Brushless, cordless screwdriver motor DCF620D2G2
  1. These tools are not available in a system, and must be ordered separately.
  2. DeWalt, Fein, Hitachi and Makita are registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Screwdriver Motor RPM Recommendations Per Application
Properties
Recommendation Per Applications Applications Cordless 1700 rpm 2500 rpm 3500 rpm 6000 rpm 2000 rpm
Adjustable Torque
2500 rpm
Adjustable Torque
1000-2000 rpm
2-Speed
Subfloor & Sheathing Better Best
Decks/Docks Better Best Better
Drywall Good Better Better
Fiberglass-Mat Gypsum Sheathing Good Better Better
Fiber-Cement Siding Good Best Good
Tile Roofing Best Better
Metal Roofing & Siding Good Best Better
Steel Framing Good Good Best Good Good Good
Steel Decking Best Better
Steel Stitching Good Best Best
Underlayment Good Better Best Better
Truck & Trailer Beds Best Good Best
Remodeling & General Purpose Good Best Better
  1. Many variables such as the material being fastened, user skill level and weather conditions can affect screwdriver performance for a given application.

Quik Drive Adjustable Countersink Feature

The adjustable countersink on Quik Drive auto-feed attachments allows the user to dial-in fastener penetration to match the material and application. Once the countersink depth is set, the driver bit automatically disengages from the head of the screw when the desired penetration is achieved, preventing over-driving. Screws can be driven to the right depth every time without the user having to slow down to check each fastener, making for faster work and more consistent results.

Some things to consider when using the countersink feature:
  • Test and adjust the countersink depth using a scrap piece of lumber.
  • Stainless-steel screws are softer than carbon steel screws. Therefore, care should be taken to set the countersink adjustment wheel to a drive depth that will not over-drive the screw during installation. Over-driving stainless-steel screws can cause breakage.
  • For more information, visit our Quik Drive video library.