Turnigy TrackStar 3.5T Sensored Brushless Motor 9410KV
The Turnigy TrackStar Sensored Brushless Motors offer outstanding performance at an incredible price!
Featuring a quality CNC alloy 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! They also feature adjustable timing which allows for fine tuning the performance of your ride while the sensor ensures smooth startups and acceleration.
The TrackStar brushless motors make a great upgrade for 1/10th short course trucks, buggies, touring cars or anything else that uses 540 size motors.
Features: • Sensor-Based for Excellent Torque and Low-Speed Driveability • Adjustable Timing • Compatible with any Sensored/Sensorless ESC • CNC Machined Aluminum Motor Can • High Purity Copper Windings • Powerful Sintered Neodymium Magnets • High Power Solder Tabs • Removable/Replaceable Rotor • Precision Engineered for Maximum Energy Conversion
*Note: Sensor cable included
Specs: Can Size: 540 Turns: 3.5 RPM/v: 9410kv Sensored: Yes (Standard 6 pin harness) Max voltage: 7.4 (2S) Max Current: 93A Max Watts: 705w Can Diameter: 36mm Can Length: 53mm Shaft Size: 3.175mm Weight: 175g
PRODUCT ID: 9192000044
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Turnigy TrackStar 100A 1/10th Scale Sensored Brushless Car ESC
never had more problems than with this. seriously.. tried a 150A red brick controller and a HK 100A controller, in a TT01 with both the motor jitters about at low speed and its difficult to get it actually going. car off the ground it spins up ok but on the ground its just screwed up. set to high timing, made no difference, turned the timing screw on the back of the motor to maximum. still all jittery and weak. using a 5000mah 20-30c 2s pack.
You need to have the sensor hooked up,with 9410kv X 7.4=69,634Rpm =waaay too much rpm.It will cog no matter your gearing is.The bearings are only good for 50,rpm for a very short time.A 1s battery is 34,817 rpm and it will run all day with that.The timing needs to be set low.
i would suggest useing a Turnigy TrackStar 150A 1/8th Scale Brushless Car ESC since you can run it and there will be no heat problems since the esc has a cooling fan and the motor allows alot of air flow im using this esc and motor on a traxxas stampede it runs great and the esc handles up to 6s lipo batteries you wont have to worry about blowing the esc or motor so you can run a 6s lipo batterie with this car
Surely the specs are wrong. I did a big gulp when I saw 93 amps and you use a 2s battery. Wouldn't a 2s bust itself trying to power that brute? 7.4 volts at 93 amps, is it a mistake? Heck it's a baby too 53 x 36, I was expecting about double that. If it draws 93 amps it would make a darned good heater.
That´*s ~1HP in a 540-can size motor! Try that with a standard mabuchi 540 *)
Great motor, great build quality, strong magnet.
It is very fast, used it in an Associated TC6 with the lowest gear possible, 80t spur & 18t or 20t pinion.
Motor would get hot even with such a light car with low rolling resistance, that said it's expected, wasn't hot enough to spoil the magnet and wow....was very very fast. A fantastic value!
Going to use this monster on a boat. It's going difficult to choose a right screw on it but I'll have to test it out to see the thrust numbers.
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After getting this , really happy with it, Jammed it into a Traxxas Nitro 4 tec. I will need to use thicker wires they are getting very hot. It still has the 2 speed, and cant keep it on the ground so fast...