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XK3665-B-2300KV Brushless Inrunner (19T)

XK3665-B-2300KV Brushless Inrunner (19T)

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XK3665-B-2300KV Brushless Inrunner

Specs.
Max Amps: 76A
Max Volt: 14.8V
Max Watts: 1125W
Rpm/V: 2300kv (19T)
Resistance: 0.0101 ohms
No-load Current: 2.3A(7.4V)
Dimension: 36.0mm x 65.0mm
Mounting hole depth: 6mm
Length of extend Shaft: 16mm
Shaft diameter: 5mm
Weight: 272g

  • SKU XK3665-B-2300
  • Brand -
  • Shipping Weight 380.0000
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  • Kv(rpm/v) 2300.00
  • Max Current (A) 76.00
  • Resistance (mh) 10.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 15.00
  • Power (W) 1125.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 5.00
  • Length B (mm) 65.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 36.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 63.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 81.00
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heats up fast way to much for me, using max 4s in a 1.10 sc truck,,, after a few mins to hot to touch, no mater what gearing i keep trying it with

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heats up fast way to much for me, using max 4s in a 1.10 sc truck,,, after a few mins to hot to touch, no mater what gearing i keep trying it with

this is a great motor. I use it on an e-savage with 21 pinion, that I found here and with hobbyking 120A esc.I run it on 4S , with 2x 5000mah batteries it runs for almost 40 mins and it almost reaches 50 km/h witch is not bad for a plastic 8 year old monster truck . nice torgue, I can pull my litle nephew on his bike with the car without breaking a sweat. I dont think its the strongest or the fastest motor , nor the most economic, but its a good combination of all of the above.

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this is a great motor. I use it on an e-savage with 21 pinion, that I found here and with hobbyking 120A esc.I run it on 4S , with 2x 5000mah batteries it runs for almost 40 mins and it almost reaches 50 km/h witch is not bad for a plastic 8 year old monster truck . nice torgue, I can pull my litle nephew on his bike with the car without breaking a sweat. I dont think its the strongest or the fastest motor , nor the most economic, but its a good combination of all of the above.

have 2 of these so far 1 in my 1/8 Emaxx n 1 in slash 4x4 dog runner and am purchasing another for a summit they r great performers tork n hp dog runner pulls 65mph before air born n the emaxx can wheely at 55-60 mph n still has the tork to crawl n never gets hot n i have runs these on 6s in the Emaxx oh n i run them on the hobbywing n hobbyking 150A esc's

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have 2 of these so far 1 in my 1/8 Emaxx n 1 in slash 4x4 dog runner and am purchasing another for a summit they r great performers tork n hp dog runner pulls 65mph before air born n the emaxx can wheely at 55-60 mph n still has the tork to crawl n never gets hot n i have runs these on 6s in the Emaxx oh n i run them on the hobbywing n hobbyking 150A esc's

polecam serdecznie, dobry silnik

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Used in Team Magic E6 Trooper (Robitronic Hurricane) with Turnigy 160A ESC on 4S (Normal timing, high acceleration) - it has similar or even better punch than CC MM's default setup in the same truck, and it doesn't even get warm.

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Used in Team Magic E6 Trooper (Robitronic Hurricane) with Turnigy 160A ESC on 4S (Normal timing, high acceleration) - it has similar or even better punch than CC MM's default setup in the same truck, and it doesn't even get warm.

Great motor! 3 race days in my VE8 and runs great! 18t gearing keeps up with the pack and has never gotten above 140degrees.... highly recommend for 1/8 buggy!

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Great motor! 3 race days in my VE8 and runs great! 18t gearing keeps up with the pack and has never gotten above 140degrees.... highly recommend for 1/8 buggy!

as stated above i was working on the motor for while
now i have fitted my motor with
->bane-bots planetary gearbox with ratio of 64:1
->4s lipo
-> 100A esc
-> the motor gets a bit warm on full PWM signal/full throttle
-> the torque is amazing
-> i can't even stop motor on min speed with 6'' dia wheel attached

in simple motor rocks...............

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as stated above i was working on the motor for while
now i have fitted my motor with
->bane-bots planetary gearbox with ratio of 64:1
->4s lipo
-> 100A esc
-> the motor gets a bit warm on full PWM signal/full throttle
-> the torque is amazing
-> i can't even stop motor on min speed with 6'' dia wheel attached

in simple motor rocks...............

got six of these today and rocked by world.....
gets a bit warm but over all they work like rocket
run some test with.
thunder max 4s lipo
hobbyking 100a car esc

ordering 2 more as we are going to use them in robocon 2012 HONGKONG

thankyou hobbyking

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got six of these today and rocked by world.....
gets a bit warm but over all they work like rocket
run some test with.
thunder max 4s lipo
hobbyking 100a car esc

ordering 2 more as we are going to use them in robocon 2012 HONGKONG

thankyou hobbyking

Use this with a "HobbyKing Brushless Car ESC 60A w/ Reverse".Mounted on a 1/10 HSP Truggy (modded Tribeshead) Run easely on 4-cell, 14,8v. doesnt need a fan to the engine. Has no holes into the engine exept screw holes ;) The engine feels heavy and looks like great quality.

Booth ESC and Engine is really cool. Ofcource bought the "TURNIGY Heat Sink with Fan for 36 series motors" anyway. Neded a bit of modding before fit. Connector fit perfect to this esc. Now my cheap HSP flipps anytime=D
(a bit hard to find 5mm pinions for the HSP stele main gear that is 0.6m but can be found on RC super sales) To sum: ESC and Engine is really great value. No problems and really great response. (i used a smaler engine at first, got really hott. Think of the WATT. It needs to fitt the esc, at least if you have a heavy car.

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Use this with a "HobbyKing Brushless Car ESC 60A w/ Reverse".Mounted on a 1/10 HSP Truggy (modded Tribeshead) Run easely on 4-cell, 14,8v. doesnt need a fan to the engine. Has no holes into the engine exept screw holes ;) The engine feels heavy and looks like great quality.

Booth ESC and Engine is really cool. Ofcource bought the "TURNIGY Heat Sink with Fan for 36 series motors" anyway. Neded a bit of modding before fit. Connector fit perfect to this esc. Now my cheap HSP flipps anytime=D
(a bit hard to find 5mm pinions for the HSP stele main gear that is 0.6m but can be found on RC super sales) To sum: ESC and Engine is really great value. No problems and really great response. (i used a smaler engine at first, got really hott. Think of the WATT. It needs to fitt the esc, at least if you have a heavy car.

this motor good for 1/8 brushless trucks, plenty of power, use 3 cell go wheelie and fast. motor run cool, good for savage, tmaxx, any 1/8 trucks or smaller scale. its not bad for shortcourse either..i purchase from other shop but i know exactly it the same thing..

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this motor good for 1/8 brushless trucks, plenty of power, use 3 cell go wheelie and fast. motor run cool, good for savage, tmaxx, any 1/8 trucks or smaller scale. its not bad for shortcourse either..i purchase from other shop but i know exactly it the same thing..

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