Turnigy TrackStar 7.5T Sensored Brushless Motor 5135KV
The Turnigy TrackStar Sensored Brushless Motors offer outstanding performance at an incredible price!
Featuring a quality CNC alloy motor can, hand-wound high purity copper windings and powerful sintered neodymium magnets, you wont find a better priced motor of this caliber anywhere else! They also feature adjustable timing which allows for fine tuning the performance of your ride while the sensor ensures smooth startups and acceleration.
The TrackStar brushless motors make a great upgrade for 1/10th short course trucks, buggies, touring cars or anything else that uses 540 size motors.
Features: • Sensor-Based for Excellent Torque and Low-Speed Driveability • Adjustable Timing • Compatible with any Sensored/Sensorless ESC • CNC Machined Aluminum Motor Can • High Purity Copper Windings • Powerful Sintered Neodymium Magnets • High Power Solder Tabs • Removable/Replaceable Rotor • Precision Engineered for Maximum Energy Conversion
*Note: Sensor cable included
Specs: Can Size: 540 Turns: 7.5 RPM/v: 5135kv Sensored: Yes (Standard 6 pin harness) Max voltage: 7.4 (2S) Max Current: 56A Max Watts: 410w Can Diameter: 36mm Can Length: 53mm Shaft Size: 3.175mm Weight: 174g
PRODUCT ID: 9192000039
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Turnigy TrackStar 100A 1/10th Scale Sensored Brushless Car ESC
Most 540 sensored motors are 2 pole. A vehicle running this motor will be light enough to not need a 4 pole motor. If you don't see poles listed for a motor always assume it's 2 pole as most companies would advertise 4 pole designs.
Yes. it'll works, this is a very good and powerful motor, but i would suggest you to go for a 10.5t or higher turn motor for offroad use.
Lower turn motors like the 9.5t to 3.5t would be suitable for on road cars.
I used this motor in my b4.1wc and it suited the car perfectly. This motor is sensored so with the right esc in boosted/supercharged mote it's a absolute monster.
Also if you need less torque in the bottom rpm range rumors says you can fit smaller reedy tuning rotor, this motor comes with a 12.5mm rotor. Also for Touringcar drivers who need high timing on these motors the reedy endbell will fit, this will give you the opportunity to adjust the timing even a bit higher.
amazing motor for the prize!
As far as the ESC it would have no problem with that so long as the ESC can "handle" the voltage.
Motors don't "burn out", it is all dependent on heat.
So you can safely try out that motor battery ESC combo, just keep an eye on the motor for over heating.
All that said, with 11.1 lipo, 3,300kv and less is a pretty safe bet.
Fine tune the set up with gear ratios.