Hobbywing Xerun 3656 4-Pole Sensored Brushless Motor (4700kV)
This is the Hobbywing Xerun 3656 4-Pole 4700kV Sensored Brushless Motor. The Xerun 4-Pole motor is a torque monster specifically designed for serious 1/10 Short Course competition.
- Sensored motor provides the best control, feeling and performance.
- Four poles rotor, bigger torque, higher efficiency and larger power, best for 1/10 scale 4WD Short Course Truck.
- Top quality materials:
- Aluminum shell (case)
- High quality magnets
- Copper wires of high temperature endurance
- Good quality bearings
- The "U" shape connectors are easily for soldering.
Motor Diameter: 35.8mm
Motor Length: 56mm (w/o shaft)
Shaft Diameter: 5mm
Shaft Length: 18.mm
Rotor Poles: 4
Volts: 2S LiPo
Applications: 1/10 2WD/4WD SCT Competition (Best for 4WD)
This product was added to our catalog on July 29, 2014.
I cannot stress enough how good this can really is!
The motor runs flawlessly on my SCTE 2.0. It is ridiculous quick with more power than anyone really needs for small/medium technical tracks, but down the straits, burn baby burn! I have yet to lose a drag race with any other motor set, including the high$$$ tekins.
Another awesome factor is how cool the motor tends to stay, even on hot days.
The only thing to be weary of is the fact the 4700 likes the juice! I recommend at least a 5800mah battery with a high C rate.
I personally run protek 100C 2S packs and have had nothing but good luck.
Efficiency issues also can obviously be negated by setting the timing at 1 and lowering your punch settings. You likely will not need anything more than what it offers on minimum settings!
Keep in mind that depending on your particular vehicle, this motor needs close attention to gearing range.
I found that with the lighter weight of the SCTE 2.0 I was under geared with the 15t pinion and was red-lining to long down the straits and getting excessive front tire ballooning which caused more heat and excessive amp draw. I suggest going with a 16-17t pinion to smooth things out. On a Tekno the 15t pinion might be the right answer however since it is considerably heavier.
Long story short, you likely won't find a better motor for or even over the cost of this one and will not be disappointed!)