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B36-60-06L Brushless Inrunner 4000kv

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B36-60-06L Brushless Inrunner 4000kv

KV: 4000
Max Current: 100A
Max Power: 1300W
Idle Current: 6.2A
Resistance: 0.005Ω
Shaft: Φ5.0mm
Weight: 260g
Suggested ESC: 120A
Cell count: 2-3SLipo
Bolt holes spacing: 25mm
Bolt thread: M3.0*4
Gold Connection: Φ4.0

  • Kv(rpm/v) 4000.00
  • Max Current (Motor) (A) 100.00
  • Resistance (mh) 5.00
  • Max Voltage (V) 11.00
  • Power (W) 1300.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 5.00
  • Length B (mm) 60.00
  • Can Diameter C(mm) 36.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 59.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 76.00

Dimension Diagram Guide

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Aug 31, 2014

Put it in my Trooper. Not suited for 3s operation. You will end-up frying the ESC. I used 60A and modified 100A ESC but both burned while doing full-speed runs with heavy breaking (80pcnt) at 3s.

Insanely powerful with 2S itself. Get the gearing right and the trooper almost pulls off a wheelie (yes 4x4 trooper) at full throttle with hobbyking X-Car ESC. I modified the 60A to ~100A by changing the mosfets to ones with higher specs and burned the v3.3 MOD fw from hobbywing.

All in all, a decently powerful 2-pole motor for 2S operation. Build quality is on the avg side as the ball bearings are not smooth. mine resonates at mid RPM and there is decent motor vibration compared to high-quality ones.

BTW, be sure to put hardened steel MOD1 pinions if you are using on the trooper.

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