HobbyKing X-Car 10.5 Turn Sensored Brushless Motor 3200Kv
The HobbyKing X-Car Sensored Brushless Motors offer outstanding performance at an incredible price. Featuring a quality anodized CNC finish these motors look as good as they go! The adjustable timing allows for fine tuning the performance of your ride while the sensor ensures smooth star tups and acceleration. The HobbyKing X-Car Brushless motors make a great upgrade for 1/10th Short Course Trucks, Buggies or Touring cars or anything else that uses 540 size motors.
Specs: Can Size: 540 Turns: 10.5 RPM/v: 3200kv Sensored: Yes (Standard 6 pin harness) Pole: 2 Max voltage: 7.4~11.1v (2S/3S) Max Current: 24A Resistance: 0.0213ohm No Load Current: 0.8Amp Shaft Size: 3.175mm Weight: 168
I have no idea. I made a mistake too, it was 3200kv, like the picture sticker has. Were they previously under rated? It was just strange to see them all have a new kv rating. Anyway, works just great. :)
Hi I have this motor and i brought a Turnigy Trackstar 80A Turbo Sensored Brushless 1/12th 1/10th ESC
I have on back order a programming card for this. at the moment it behaves erratically and does not function very well until moving ie. with foot pushing till it gets going. i have it in a tt01e lol. the sensor cable is plugged in and doesnt seem to be the problem but from previous posts could very well be... please help cheers
If you calibrate the throttle range it should work fine as standard blinky mode. Check out the conversation on the 80a turbo esc page for how this is done. I also have this hooked up to the 80a turbo esc. Do you have it running on a known good 2s lipo battery?
i ordered this motor today. Now just a little question:
Will this motor works with the Turnig Car 60? http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__7188__Tur nigy_Brushless_ESC_60A_w_Reverse_prog_v2_2_.html?gcl id=CNje-Z6a_7QCFYJP3godWBUAZg
This ESC is in my Tamiya Bugg
The higher the timing the more power, speed and heat you will have. Assuming your gear ratio is proper. Start with high. Drive the car how you plan on driving it: example 5 minutes on local track. check the temp if the temp is above 160 F turn it back to normal. if below 140F try very high. if temp is above 160f on normal timing then change gearing.
I assume since your spur only has 54t that you are running a 32 pitch spur. since the 2wd slash doesnt come with a 32 pitch spur i will assume you are running a slash 4x4.
With all that said I DO NOT RECCOMEND THIS MOTOR WITH ANY GEAR on a slash 4x4. this motor is a down grade from the velineon motor and only draws 24amps the velineon is a 60amp motor. there are many motors on this site that would be suitable. I reccomend looking at the sensored motors that say they are for a 4x4 or a 4 pole motor. This motor would overheat and not last long with the weight of a 4x4 vehicle.
Yes, but dont overgear the motor. The only real way to do this is by checking the motor temperature after 2 minutes running and then again after 2 minutes more running. Motor temp should not exceed 120 degrees Farenheit to keep the motor in good running order.
I have this motor in my 1/10 onroad car, normaly I use 2S lipo and it's ok, with 3S it run very well and the motor have more pover, but slightly hot, with 4S 2200mAh and with drift tire was the motor after few minute very hot and with onroad slick tire motor burn out immediately. So 3S lipo maximum.
Yes this is ok, 10.5T is a popular choice for many 2WD Buggy users. If you would prefer a more efficient setup, go for a 13.5T and run it on 3S, you'll love it's power and efficiency! Choosing Sensored or Sensorless depends on how you drive and how you want it to react to your throttle input. Many prefer Sensored but I am fine with either.
I'm starting an out reach for kids, If they keep there grades up in school we will sponcer them with a box stock SCT to run on Dirt oval. Question is, what's the best / most afordable Brushless motor and speed controler i can put in the trucks? The stock moters that come with the Slash dont last! And what KV is the same as a box stock motor in a slash SCT? Thanks Guys
If you are running an out reach for kids I would go for 2 cell lipo, 17.5 BL motor (2500kv)and one of the HK Sensorless ESC's ( these are cheaper than sensored and work just as well ). Lower power motor would just make the SCT's last longer and if they are racing each other make for closer better racing.
I am thinking of changing a Robbe Power Super 540 brushed motor to this one along with 80A sensored HK ESC. Does anyone have experience what will be the actual difference? Car is a on-road back wheel driven Viper 1:10 scale :)
No, this is best for on road car, for off road you want the 550 size motor which is all in KV ratings, something like this would be better for you, XK4082-1500KV Brushless Inrunner with a 150A esc run this on 4 or 6S and it will be brilliant.
Check that 550 size motor will fit before you buy ! Best stick to 540 brushless size motor, 10.5 BL will be rapid enough over a stock motor and you can go down to say a 6.5 BL in a bandit if you fancy some wheelie action ! Anything less than this, say a 5.5 BL - 3.5 BL would more suit a 4WD car
wow people on here are clueless!!! 540 motors are perfect for slash and other 2wd sct. I would go with a 13.5t or a 17.5t for slightly smoother and more controllable trucks for kids. good thing you are doing helping them out.
save the 550 motors for the 4wd scts. 55 are too big and heavy for 2wd and OVERKILL
Yes, this motor requires a sensor for it to function correctly, without it, it will cog and behave randomly. You need an esc that has sensor as well, sensor is important because it tells where the motor is in revolution for next pulse of electricity.
Just got it from Hobbyking.Excellent motor,much better that other 10.5 i already have.Recommended 100
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Un buon motore x una car 1/10, usato con esc Scanner funziona alla grande e senza impuntamenti.
Ha una buona coppia e un discreto allungo, che forse si può migliorare regolando l'anticipo, cosa che non ho fatto, perchè quello disponibile mi è già troppo, per fare drift non serve chissà che potenza, ma con questo motore ho un notevole aumento di durata delle batterie rispetto al brusshed originale.
Un buon acquisto e se torna disponibile nè prenderò un altro per la seconda car!!
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Put this in my TT-01 and felt it was about the right size for my kind of driving. For standard scale power sliding I turn the throttle down to 60pcnt and still have plenty speed. At 100pcnt my car was gonna take off unless it had a very smooth speedway. Looks great too.
Un buon motore x una car 1/10, usato con esc Scanner funziona alla grande e senza impuntamenti. Ha una buona coppia e un discreto allungo, che forse si puï¿½ migliorare regolando l'anticipo, cosa che non ho fatto, perchï¿½ quello disponibile mi ï¿½ giï¿½ troppo, per fare drift non serve chissï¿½ che potenza, ma con questo motore ho un notevole aumento di durata delle batterie rispetto al brusshed originale. Un buon acquisto e se torna disponibile nï¿½ prenderï¿½ un altro per la seconda car!!