HOBBYWING QUICRUN-3650-13.5T SENSORED MOTOR

Brand: Hobbywing CML

Part Number: HW30404303

£37.99 Web Price RRP £39.99

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HOBBYWING QUICRUN-3650-13.5T SENSORED MOTOR

This QUICRUN 3650 motor is applicable to various 1/10th, 1/12th scale on-road & off-road vehicles. It’s an ideal choice for Stock or Sport class racing but can also be a great choice for beginning or for the racers looking for a practice motor. The built-in Hall sensor adjustable end bell combined with a high precision and balanced rotor guarantees the user a smooth and linear power on demand.

The silicon O-ring seal fitted between the end bell and stator helps to conduct inner heat to the motor case and prevent dust from entering the HALL sensor.

The use of a heat-resistant magnet attached steel case and double insulated windings, high precision bearings, and rotor with a strong structure guarantees outstanding performance and super durability.

The customized 3.5mm low-impedance bullet connectors pre-soldered onto motor leads guarantee “plug-and-play” and stable connections between the ESC and motor.

HobbyWing QuicRun 3650SD Features:

  • Solid Construction
  • Linear & Smooth Control
  • Re-buildable Case Design
  • Dustproof & Heat-conductive Silicon O-ring Seal
  • Plug and Play

Spec Check:

  • Scale: 1/10th
  • Brushed/Brushless: BL
  • Sensored/Sensorless: SD
  • Pole Count: 2
  • KV Rating: 2700
  • LiPo Cells: 2-3S
  • No-load Current(A): 1.7
  • Max. Power Output(W): 210
  • Current at the Point of Max. Power Output(A): 58
  • O.D.(mm): 35.8
  • Length (mm): 52.5
  • Shaft Diameter (mm): 3.175
  • Weight (g): 160

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