The Turnigy TrackStar Sensored Brushless Motors offer outstanding performance at an incredible price!
Featuring a quality CNC 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! The integrated sensor ensures smooth startups and acceleration.
The TrackStar brushless motors make a great upgrade for 1/8th short course trucks, monster trucks, buggies or anything else that uses 42 size motors.
• Sensor-Based for Excellent Torque and Low-Speed Driveability
• Compatible with any Sensored/Sensorless ESC
• CNC Aluminum Motor Can
• High Purity Copper Windings
• Removable/Replaceable Rotor
• Powerful Sintered Neodymium Magnet
• Precision Engineered for Maximum Energy Conversion
*Note: Sensor cable included
Sensored: Yes (Standard 6 pin harness)
Max voltage: 15V (4S)
Max Current: 140A
Max Watts: 2100W
Shaft Size: 5mm
Can Diameter: 42mm
Can Length: 70mm
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I purchased this motor along with the TrackStar 150a ESC and it fits well and so far the system is up and running but unable to test due to the rain we are having.Purchased this motor along with the 150a ESC for the electric conversion of my Thunder Tiger EB4 2.5 Pro. So far it's up and running but have yet to take it out due to rain. Ave easy programming with theI'm using this on a 1/8 buggy with a Hobbywing Quicrun 150A, which is a sensorless ESC. Even so the operation is very smooth. Outside of very slow speeds it's basically indistinguishable from a sensored setup. It also certainly has all the torque you need in a 4S 1/8 track car. The only downside to me was the cable posts, they were very annoying to solder to.Gewicht 326g mit 3,5mm Anschlussflansche, 6-Pin Sensorkabel 27,5cm lang 7,16g, freie Motorachse 17mm, solide sorgfaeltige Ausf?hrungA fantastic Brushless motor. when paired with a suitable sensored ESC 150A or above recommended. The motor is smooth at low speeds and has fantastic Torque to get those 1/8 Buggy wheels spinning and up to full speed in the blink of an eye ! Highly recommended ! I run this in my Hobao Hyper & am always at the front of the pack !Well it was a great motor for 2 months,lots of power and smooth,but it burned yesterday..
No hard driving,was at the track and the car stopped,smoke comes out of the engine..
First battery maybe 5 mins driven...
Wouldnt recomend it,but it felt great when it workedPut this in a converted Traxxas Revo [3.3]. Honestly couldn't be happier with this motor. Runs cool and has excellent power. I've only ran it up to 4s so I can't comment on how it holds up past that. I've been using mine unsensored since I bought it and have had no problems. The HK 150A esc is a good pair for this but I ended up putting on a Hobbywing 120A model because it was waterproof and significantly smaller than the massive HK 150A one. I'm extremely happy with both products and would purchase again.Nice quality. Runs smooth and stays cool. I have one 1900kV in Kyosho Scorpion XXL and this one in TeamC GT8, both with 4sGreat engine on 4S where it reaches 91pcnt efficiency at 30-50A, and 80pcnt at 120A so it's in the same league as top brand motors that are 3-4x more expensive!
Usable on 6S, but beware that it can put up to 160A (4kW)! Efficiency drops <80pcnt over 130A and at 160A max it's only 75pcnt. So on full power it generates 1kW of waste heat and that means if you don't have a really powerful fan cooling it will overheat in few seconds. On 6S it's good for speed runs but forget high speed/power racing with it.Great motor! Tons of torgue! Running this with the 150A Gen 2 ESC in my Revo conversion, great combo!
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