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HobbyKing X-Car 17.5 Turn Sensored Brushless Motor (1760Kv)

HobbyKing X-Car 17.5 Turn Sensored Brushless Motor (1760Kv)

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The latest outstanding performance X-Car Sensored Brushless Motor series are now avaliable at HobbyKing.
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: 17.5
RPM/v: 1760kv
Sensored: Yes (Standard 6 pin harness)
Pole: 2
Max voltage: 7.4~11.1v (2S/3S)
Max Current: 16A
Idea Current: 1.3A
Max Watts: 350w
Resistance: 0.0514ohm
Shaft Size: 3.175mm
Bolt Thread: M3
Weight: 172g

  • SKU 9259000006-0
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Hmotnost 258.0000
  • Délka 155.00
  • Packaging Width 55.00
  • Výška 55.00
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  • Odpor ( mh) -
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  • Výkon ( W ) -
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  • Délka B ( mm ) -
  • Průměr C ( mm ) -
  • Může Délka D ( mm ) -
  • Celková délka E ( mm ) -
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The mounting hole is not compatible with 540 motor. Very poor design. Money and time wasting. Hobby king should stop selling this motor and replace 540 compatible one.

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The mounting hole is not compatible with 540 motor. Very poor design. Money and time wasting. Hobby king should stop selling this motor and replace 540 compatible one.

I tried to fit this motor in my Tamiya F104 F1 and i couldn't line up the motor mount holes. Then i measured with my digital caliper and found out that the motor mounting holes distance is a little short of 24mm. All motors on the 540 class has 25mm distance between the holes. I think This is factory mistake, and maybe on all the motors. , Finally i decided to modify the motor mount on my F1 car by trimming the motor mounting holes a little closer. Then I fitted the motor. On the track with the 17t pinion gear that i was testing it the motor performed very well with more than enough torque and speed for the type of car. The esc hat i use is a 35A x-car censored that hobbyking sells and you can change the setting with the convenient HKSS programming card 150A esc uses. I used the medium initial throttle force and it performed very well limiting the acceleration and the spin offs of the car. Overall the esc and especially the motor stayed so cool that i was amazed , at the end of 20 laps it was barely warm to the touch.

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I tried to fit this motor in my Tamiya F104 F1 and i couldn't line up the motor mount holes. Then i measured with my digital caliper and found out that the motor mounting holes distance is a little short of 24mm. All motors on the 540 class has 25mm distance between the holes. I think This is factory mistake, and maybe on all the motors. , Finally i decided to modify the motor mount on my F1 car by trimming the motor mounting holes a little closer. Then I fitted the motor. On the track with the 17t pinion gear that i was testing it the motor performed very well with more than enough torque and speed for the type of car. The esc hat i use is a 35A x-car censored that hobbyking sells and you can change the setting with the convenient HKSS programming card 150A esc uses. I used the medium initial throttle force and it performed very well limiting the acceleration and the spin offs of the car. Overall the esc and especially the motor stayed so cool that i was amazed , at the end of 20 laps it was barely warm to the touch.

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