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Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6374-192kv Brushless Outrunner Motor

Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6374-192kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6374-192kv Brushless Outrunner Motor

Turnigy SK3 Motors are the next leap forward in motor quality and design. We instructed the engineers to source the best quality magnets, bearings and materials available to them and develop a motor that would not only rival, but surpass the quality of many leading motor manufactures on the market today. The result is an efficient, high caliber motor using quality double shielded bearings, sintered Neodymium magnets and a string wound stator ensuring an accurate and consistent winding each and every time. The Turnigy SK3 motors are suited to modelers who are seeking a quality brushless motor without compromise. Specs.Turns: 14TVoltage: 10~12S LipolyRPM/V: 192kvInternal resistance: 0.016 OhmMax Loading: 80AMax Power: 2750WShaft Dia: 8.0mmBolt holes: 32mmBolt thread: M4Weight: 858gMotor Plug: 4.0mm Bullet Connector

PRODUCT ID: SK3-6374-192

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Kv(rpm/v) 192
Weight (g) 858
Max Current(A) 80
Resistance(mh) 16
Max Voltage(V) 44
Power(W) 2750
Shaft A (mm) 8
Length B (mm) 86
Diameter C (mm) 59
Can Length (mm) 61
Total Length E (mm) 113
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  • Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 63-XX Spare Accessory Pack

    Combo Price: $6.26   IN STOCK

  • Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 6374 Series Replacement Shaft Set

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Benedito  5 points - 8/23/2014
Hellerud  12 points - 7/27/2014
which prop should use with this motor with 12cell battery ? it is not written anything in manual :(
Amar  2 points - 7/3/2014
would 2 of these motors be suitable for a 250lb total weight go kart? running max voltage and max current for the motor,? thanks
GEORGE  3 points - 6/26/2014
Thank you whipper Snapper I found the Esc you are mentioned:
and the programmable card. Does the ESC require 4mm connector adaptores?
GEORGE  3 points - 6/2/2014
Has anyone used this with 44.4v lipos (2*6s packs) ? I need for an electric longboard i am fixing now. What is the ESC i should take? Also this motor works for as brakes? And finally what is the a good programmable card for the right ESC? Other to work with turnigy 6374 motor or 2 motors at 44volt in parallel and in series?
 whipper Snapper 177 points
Hey George! I'm Using this motor on 44.4V Lipos 2*6 packs with a Sentilon 100amp ESC(there is a program card sold here for that too) I'm running this gear currently in my electric scooter I built(Frame from an E300) It goes 61kms atm with the 2*Turnigy 25-35c 22.2v 6S packs getting about 30min run time on them and they don't get warm even after a hard run. U can program brake into it at default setting is off. I cann't use the brake function as I have a one-way bearing on my chain drive so I use a external brakes. I am using the batteries in series to increase the voltage to 44.4. I've been riding scooter alot recently since I just finished building it couple weeks ago and no problems at all so far. All I did was use a small EDF unit to provide air-cooling on motor keep temp down when going up hills and a small computer fan with heat sink on the Sentilon. If you want 44.4vs you run batteries in series....Parallel if you want to just increase the duration without changing volts.
 dane 1 points
Hi there. It might be a silly question, but how do you feed signal to the ESC in your scooter? Wireless, with the standard 2.4GHz control/receiver gear, or is there a wired 'direct drive' alternative?
 Mark 3 points
You can use a servo tester to feed in the control signal to the ESC. If you using an electric scooter type twist throttle you need to convert the ADC signal to PWM. There are many way to do this. Using the Arduino Uno is probably the easiest.
 whipper Snapper 177 points
Dane I used a Hall throttle(twist throttle) linked to a servo need get a hall throttle that has 3 wires
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Ordered one 2 weeks ago (paid a fortune for delivery in 7 days), Speedpost lost the parcel and HobbyKing says that the investigation could take two (2) months and until then I could not get any indemnisation!!! I have also bought other things, total $390. Worst service ever, it's a pitty!

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Finally tested the motor with the Turnigy dlux 160HV ESC. So far I have done measurements without any load to the motor. The motor seems to work OK so far (I hope it will continue to do so!). I use 12S LiPo to power it. The motor draws 4.5-5.0A of current at 45-49V of voltage at room temperature without any cooling. I will repeat the measurements for longer times (those values are for 10-20s running time). For quality I put 3 crowns for the reason mentioned in the discussion about the fixation of the stator which seems to be bit doubtful.

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I love this motor!!! ordered 2 of them , one for electric scooter and the other for electric skateboard. on 6S setup with 10 km range it work great and not overheating it's copy of the great Hacker A60 and really good one!

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Good motor. I made 20 to 30 flights on 12s and there are absolutely no issues. Havent measured any watts yet, but it gets pretty warm with a 18x12inch prop. Seems not to be a problem...

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Great motor
Using it on an electric scooter with 8s 16A/h battery pack. Have put down 150miles on the motor. So far no issues. Great buy.

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