Turnigy TrackStar Waterproof 1/8 Brushless Power System 2100KV/120A
An extremely powerful brushless system for any 1/8 scale truck, car or buggy. The Turnigy TrackStar Waterproof series offers top performance, excellent value and waterproof components in an easy to use combo package. With this system, the motor and ESC are matched for best performance which saves you the hassle of choosing separate components yourself. Simply solder on your favorite connectors, install a pinion gear and your ready to run!
Being waterproof, this system allows you to run your model in just about any weather condition including rain and snow! This opens up a whole new world of possibilities for your favorite R/C truck, car or buggy.
Features: ESC • Enhanced throttle response, precise throttle linearity, excellent acceleration and strong brakes • Waterproof for wet weather running • Programmable with the Turnigy TrackStar programming card to make adjustments. (sold separately) • Automatically detects the number of cells within the battery pack. • Multiple protection features: Low voltage cut-off protection, over-heat protection, throttle signal loss protection and motor blocked protection. Motor • Waterproof for wet weather running • High quality anodized CNC finish • High purity copper windings • Powerful sintered neodymium magnet • High efficiency operation
ESC Specs: Continuous Current: 120A Burst Current: 140A Resistance: 0.00035ohm Battery: 2-4 cells Lipo (6-14 cells NI-xx) BEC output: 6V/3A Motor type: Sensorless brushless motors Running mode: Forward only or forward with reverse (user programmable mode) Dimension: 43 x 39 x 33mm Weight: 141g
Motor Specs: Model: 4365 Sensorless Kv: 2100 Cont Current: 80A Peak Current: 140A Max Power (15sec): 1680W Winding: 2.0D Resistance: 0.0086ohm Weight: 315g Diameter: 43mm Length: 66mm Shaft Diameter: 5mm
Includes: 120A Sensorless Brushless ESC 4365 (2100Kv) Brushless Motor
I use one of these in my Revo 3.3 converted to electric, and it has plenty of power. Good temps and runtime as well. Its been running for a few packs so far with no reliability concerns.
But the brakes..why is it each time I hit the brakes, I strip a spur or do a forward flip? They are set to the lowest and still much too strong! Anybody have any advice to share?
And at low speeds..well it doesn't do low speed, it has a smooth take-off, but minimum speed is maybe 5mph, not a big deal but still an annoyance. Its a hindrance in off road situations where the truck has to climb obstacles etc.
Your ESC isn't set to 'forward and reverse' instead of 'forward-pause-reverse' is it?
By the way you've described your situation, it may be a case that there isn't any braking action* just full reverse.
I am really sorry, but i have to agree to the reliability issue. i use the combo in an lrp s8 bxe team and had greeat pleasure in driving the rc-car - but for exactly one (!) lipo pack (4s turnigy). after 15 min of bashing the esc went up in smoke without any noticable reason.
sorry hk , the engine is brilliant, but the esc is ****.
at this point i love this setup, i put this system in my 4x4 slash didnt even use program box yet, works like a champ plenty of power , does work with 2s 3s 4s barly gets warm on 2s, 3s gets good an warm, 4s hot but too hot were you cant touch it, i imagine if you ran 4s back to back it would get very hot burning BBQ , i would tell friends about this system. THX Hobby king I probably can get more out of it once i use program card
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This is mounted in a 3.3 Revo using the integy motor mount. I had to grind off the cooling fins to make it fit in the mount (3 places, not all of them) I am running 4s and she pulls wheelies on demand. Runs warm to the touch and throtle is smooth as butter.
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This combo is one of the biggest waste of money I've ever done. Others tried to warn but HK keeps taking the bad reviews or comments off the discussion page. Nice job HK and way to stay true to customers. The main problem with this setup is the Esc, it's trash. They go up in smoke for no apparent reason after only a couple battery packs. I read about here and didn't listen, now all you are really able to see is the great reviews. I, as did others, send in our ESC for warranty only to never hear back from HK. Do yourself a huge favor and buy a HobbyWing ESC.