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HobbyKing X-Car Brushless Power System 3000KV / 45A

HobbyKing X-Car Brushless Power System 3000KV / 45A

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Um sistema brushless extremamente poderoso para qualquer 1/10 ou 1/12 caminhão escala, de carro ou de buggy, a série HobbyKing X-Car oferece alto desempenho e grande valor em um pacote fácil de usar combinação. Com este sistema, o motor e ESC são combinados para um melhor desempenho que poupa o trabalho de escolher componentes separados si mesmo. Basta soldar em seus conectores favoritos, instalar um pinhão e seu pronto para correr!

Características:
ESC

• resposta melhorada do acelerador, a linearidade do acelerador precisa, excelente aceleração e freios fortes
• Programável com o cartão de programação X-Car Hobbyking para fazer ajustes. (incluído)
• Detecta automaticamente o número de células no interior da bateria.
• Vários recursos de proteção: proteção de baixa tensão de corte, proteção do superaquecimento, proteção contra perda de sinal do acelerador eo motor bloqueado proteção.
• Compatível com NOVAK, LRP e motor brushless ORION Sensored.
Motor
• alta qualidade acabamento anodizado CNC.
• temporização ajustável permite o ajuste fino.
• operação Sensored garante startups suaves e aceleração.
• orifícios de refrigeração grandes para manter a temperatura baixa.
• Operação de alta eficiência.

ESC Especificações:
Corrente contínua: 45A
Explosão atual: 190A
Resistência: 0.0010ohm
Carro adequado: 1/10, 1/12 e fora da estrada
Bateria: 2-3 células Lipo (5-9 células Ni-xx)
Saída BEC: modo de comutação / 2A 6V built-in
Tipo de motor: motores brushless sensorless e sensored
Modo de execução: Encaminhar única ou avançar com reverso (modo de usuário programável)
Dimensão: 42 x 28 x 36 milímetros
Peso: 78g

Motor Especificações:
Modelo: 3650 Sensored
Kv: 3000
Escala: 10/01, 12/01
Acontece: 11.5T
Peso: 171g
Diâmetro: 36 milímetros
Comprimento: 52,5 milímetros
Diâmetro do eixo: 3,17 milímetros

inclui:
45A Sensor / Sensored Brushless ESC
3650 11.5T (3000Kv) Brushless
Cartão de programação Hobbyking X-Car
Cabo do Sensor

  • SKU 9164000006
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacidade ( mAh) -
  • Peso 459.0000
  • Comprimento 150.00
  • Packaging Width 57.00
  • Altura 118.00
  • Hobbyking X-Car Brushless Power System
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Awesome little power package very very happy with it. It has tons and tons of power. Installed mine in a 1/10 buggy and it outperforms the Nitro hands down super happy with my purchase would definitely buy again. I would recommend this system 2ne1

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Awesome little power package very very happy with it. It has tons and tons of power. Installed mine in a 1/10 buggy and it outperforms the Nitro hands down super happy with my purchase would definitely buy again. I would recommend this system 2ne1

Just put this unit in my old Rustler. Very easy install, very easy to program. Stock gearing. I have run it on a 6 cell NiMH and a 7 cell NiMH. Very smooth acceleration but not as fast as I expected out of the box. I have just programmed the esc for 3.2v cut off and am charging a 3s lipo. With both NiMH batteries there was zero heat on the motor even after running it hard for the battery duration. I think that the gearing may need adjustment for speed when using NiMH, but it may be perfect for a 3s lipoly. Very pleased with this unit.

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Just put this unit in my old Rustler. Very easy install, very easy to program. Stock gearing. I have run it on a 6 cell NiMH and a 7 cell NiMH. Very smooth acceleration but not as fast as I expected out of the box. I have just programmed the esc for 3.2v cut off and am charging a 3s lipo. With both NiMH batteries there was zero heat on the motor even after running it hard for the battery duration. I think that the gearing may need adjustment for speed when using NiMH, but it may be perfect for a 3s lipoly. Very pleased with this unit.

This setup is a very goof value for the money. I use it in a 1/10 scale monster truck and whoaa - it runs extremely well and fast. Because of the sensor there is no stuttering an low speeds. Be sure to read the manual carefully because in sensor mode it is very important to use correct polarity on the motor wires.

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This setup is a very goof value for the money. I use it in a 1/10 scale monster truck and whoaa - it runs extremely well and fast. Because of the sensor there is no stuttering an low speeds. Be sure to read the manual carefully because in sensor mode it is very important to use correct polarity on the motor wires.

Replace Strada XB EVO 1:10 Buggy BER and brushed motor fed by Turnigy 4000mAh 2S 30C LiPo and works perfectly. Prior change the brushed motor heats 100C and even more. Now I am experiencing maximum 40C with more power.

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Replace Strada XB EVO 1:10 Buggy BER and brushed motor fed by Turnigy 4000mAh 2S 30C LiPo and works perfectly. Prior change the brushed motor heats 100C and even more. Now I am experiencing maximum 40C with more power.

Works as it should on my Tamiya TT01 as wannabee drifter, on a 2S 5300mAh - runs at least 4 times a month since nearly a year now.
Initialisation at powering-up and reverse are sometimes erratic, but this could be due to my old analogic transmitter... Hit the overheat protection once, but was running on a sun-heated 52C carpet which was extremely grippy - my other colleagues didn't have those problems with their more high-end equipment.

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Works as it should on my Tamiya TT01 as wannabee drifter, on a 2S 5300mAh - runs at least 4 times a month since nearly a year now.
Initialisation at powering-up and reverse are sometimes erratic, but this could be due to my old analogic transmitter... Hit the overheat protection once, but was running on a sun-heated 52C carpet which was extremely grippy - my other colleagues didn't have those problems with their more high-end equipment.

PERFECT combo for a nitro buggy conversion with a 3s great speed and tourque with my gearing
15t pinion 44t spur on hsp warhead using a 3s 2100 lipo good run times
if you need a brushless setup get this one

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PERFECT combo for a nitro buggy conversion with a 3s great speed and tourque with my gearing
15t pinion 44t spur on hsp warhead using a 3s 2100 lipo good run times
if you need a brushless setup get this one

Good on 2s lipo use this in my drift car nice and smooth only problem the motor can only be run on 2s lipo it dose not say on the web site but says in the manual have run on 3s but only runs for 5 mins then the power cuts to half don't no if that is because the motor not designed for 3s or its the esc overall verry good for the money on 2s

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Good on 2s lipo use this in my drift car nice and smooth only problem the motor can only be run on 2s lipo it dose not say on the web site but says in the manual have run on 3s but only runs for 5 mins then the power cuts to half don't no if that is because the motor not designed for 3s or its the esc overall verry good for the money on 2s

i installed this set on GMADE R1 and run both 2s and 3s. motor and esc work very well only warm even at 100pcnt throttle. ESC very easy to program via program card and it come with full instruction manual.

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i installed this set on GMADE R1 and run both 2s and 3s. motor and esc work very well only warm even at 100pcnt throttle. ESC very easy to program via program card and it come with full instruction manual.

Swapped out the old brushed system in my losi DT. MUCH better. Used stock main gear but put a 23t pinion on the motor. So far so good, more updates after racing (if it doesn't snow this weekend). The instructions read in fairly fluent chinglish, and are pretty understandable. I didn't need to play with the programming card as the esc defaults seem fine - again, after tweeking will update further.The motor leads could be a bit longer, but hey, its not a hobby unless you can solder bullet plugs and make extension wires. For under 70 bucks am quite happy with this.

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Swapped out the old brushed system in my losi DT. MUCH better. Used stock main gear but put a 23t pinion on the motor. So far so good, more updates after racing (if it doesn't snow this weekend). The instructions read in fairly fluent chinglish, and are pretty understandable. I didn't need to play with the programming card as the esc defaults seem fine - again, after tweeking will update further.The motor leads could be a bit longer, but hey, its not a hobby unless you can solder bullet plugs and make extension wires. For under 70 bucks am quite happy with this.

Ive bought this to use with my Tamiya TB-01. The combo works great, cold and fast.
Recently Id swapped chassis, and installed the combo in my new Tamiya XV-01 PRO kit. The wiring, both sensor and A-B-C wires supplied with this combo are about 100mm in lenght which is about half the lenght needed for my new Tamiya kit.
If you are planning to run the same system, I recommend you to check out the wiring page at HK and get a 14AWG wiring/connectors and also the 200mm brushless sensor cable.

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Ive bought this to use with my Tamiya TB-01. The combo works great, cold and fast.
Recently Id swapped chassis, and installed the combo in my new Tamiya XV-01 PRO kit. The wiring, both sensor and A-B-C wires supplied with this combo are about 100mm in lenght which is about half the lenght needed for my new Tamiya kit.
If you are planning to run the same system, I recommend you to check out the wiring page at HK and get a 14AWG wiring/connectors and also the 200mm brushless sensor cable.

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