I just received this motor. It is sensored, and shaft size is the smaller 3.2 mm, not 5 mm bore you see on 550 motors.
BUT I do not beleive it is adjustable timing. There is no way to slide/ rotate the endbell and re-tighten. There are degree markings on the can included, and no instructions.
Hi, I just found one of thees motors at work and wonder what to to with it.
I plan to put it on a plane with sensor less ESC and a prop and just go nuts. But whats the power of this thing? What prop size would fit?
Hi all newbie here. Just been to the track and got a$$ raped with my standard tamiya tt01 540 motor. Will this motor fit in my car and wat ESC will I need. All answers will be highly appreciated. Thanks guy and also will I get more speed and torque
yes it will fit in a tamiya tt01, if you are running the stock motor (silver mabucchi) you will notice a high performance, but in a tt01 you can put a more powerfull motor, i will go for a 7.5t or even 6.5t. With the 9.5t you will want more in a short time, so go for a higher rpm motor. I used this motor in my sc10 and it gets hotter than my team orion vortex 5.5t, but it is smooth and for the price you cant go wrong.
A 60a sensored esc will be sweet for this motor
I got SC10 with stock Reedy 17T motor 30000 RPM and looking for brushless of same power that I could directly swap and even use the original Reedy pinion without changing any gearing. This motor is 2800 so to me it look right but really I have no clue about selecting brushles. Any ideas please?
Not yet. I have Acme Raptor brushless which has 25A ESC, that RC on 2s has same power is my SC10 which is what I want so probably will get 25-30A esc from here, not sure which one yet till I find the right motor.
this motor will suite your needs of speed cause it isnt too fast. I used in my sc10 and switched to a team orion 5.5t. On my track this motor gets pretty hot and the tea orion dont. But for the price you cant go wrong
i was using that motor with a novak gtb and it worked great on my sc10. A mamba mas pro will be very good also, and the tekin ones, but i will get the mamba max pro since it is very reliable and you can setup your esc on the computer.
I just installed this in my Stampede VXL and if I applied full throttle it would go and then stutter... any ideas? I didn't have the sensor cable hooked up. If I feathered the throttle slowly all the way to full throttle it was fine. Any ideas??? Thanks.
yes it stands for turn, the lower the turn means it will get higher rpm, the lower it will have more torque. This motor is good to use in rear wheel drives 1/10 cars such associated b4,t4, sc10, traxxas rustler, slash, etc.
I think there is a mistake and should be 3800kv not 2800kv. The 3800kv is more suitable for a 9.5T. I have a velineon it is 10T and rated 3500kv and i bought the EZ-RUN Bushless Motor, it is a 9T and the rating is 4300kv, so probably this 9.5T should be aprox in middle. Hope is useful
The less turns you have, the more aggressive the engine is. You got to watch out on your ESC. I am not sure if the turn description is the true turns on the engine or if it is just a comparison to the characteristics of a brushed one.
In fact, no. of turns is the way, to adapt the motor to the voltage: the induction in the wire results in a voltage proportional to speed and turns. By this kv is specified. 9.5 means, that the wire is wound 9+1/2 times arond each pole (start and end of winding are on opposite sites)
To explain further: output power can be the same: with higher voltage and less current, as magnetic force is proportional to current and also number of turns, which defines the torque. Differnt versions have also the same losses, when the space is for wires is used similarly (more turnes means less section area of wire, so higher resistance but with less current same power loss.
Motor runs great, yet the 2800kv rating with the 9.5t rating confuses me. I suspected this motor is actually a 3800 kv motor, since a 10t brushless motor is usually 3500kv. upon using it, i believe it may actually be a 2800 kv motor, as it is unusually torquey for a brushless. overall, great buy for $30, but i would like to know the real specs on this itemn
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I bought this motor for the good price, still couldnt race it cause i break one of the three screws that close the front endbell, your will think that it was my fault, but it wasnt. I tighten the screws cause they were out from the front endbell, just one was seating right and the other two were more high and this will make that your motor dont seat properly on the motor mount. Solder tabs arent too much quality, front bearing is oversized good!!
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The timing adjustment will be the equivalent of moving the brush angle on a brushed motor, which on this motor is to move the sensor angle. Unless you are using a sensored ESC, it will make no difference. This is function is now done on the ESC timing angle settings, which will are set according to how many poles your motor has.