Max Amps: 25A
Max Volt: 7.4V
Max Watt: 185W
Rpm / V: 3200kv (15.5T)
Resistenza: 0,0265 ohm
A vuoto Corrente: 2.5A (7.4V)
Dimensioni: 35,8 millimetri x 52,5 millimetri
Montaggio profondità del foro: 4mm
Lunghezza di estendere Shaft: 15mm
Diametro albero: 3,175 millimetri
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AWESOME motor! i am running a HSP bronto (same as Exceed infinitive, Redcat Volcano EPX, and himoto makes something similar)... stock size tires (120-125mm), stock diff (2.92:1), and a 19t pinion on 64t spur... temps are around 100-110F with low timing... and i get about 30-40 mins of runtime from a 2S 5200mah lipo
this link can help with gearing http://www.scriptasylum.com/rc_speed/top_speed.htmlGood Price! Appearance is also good!
My TT01 is a 22-55 gear ratio settings.
PRODUCT ID: HK-SENS-35A and matching
Good start! And a smoother ride
Also recommended is 100mm Sensor Lead with Mesh
Cogging Torque is then disappears.
Nice HK~!!!I got this for a B44 I'm building up. It's my 1st real rc car so I don't have a lot to compare it to, but I've ran it a couple time now and am very satisfied. I'm using the sensored hobby king 60A controller and 3S lipo, 18T pinion on stock spur gear. It's fast and the motor doesn't seem to be getting more than slightly warm. It has enough power and torque that it's hard to control, it will do 4 wheel burn outs if you don't modulate the throttle. Not sure how it would stack up against a name brand brushless, but it seems to be a well built motor. We'll see how it does over time.Nice motor, works very well in my SC10 2wd. It is probably a 10.5T winded motor. It gets every time about 50-60 motor temperature after a drive with a 40C LiPo. I drive my SC10 on an outdoor clay track in south-germany. Outdoor temperature was about 25.Not a bad little motor, arrives in plain packaging, motor looks solid, although sensor port is a bit rough in finish, easy to solder leads to, worked well in sensored mode on a SC10 geared 18/84, very smooth, good torque and came off at 110f after 15 minutes of hard running.