We didn’t have any objections against HobbyWing’s motor, that we put into Wraith, so we’ve decided to use another one from this company in our Sakura D4 RWD build with ATees.com 🙂

This time we’ve chosen something faster – 10,5T brushless sensored motor. ESC is the same as we already have.

As this is my 2nd brushless motor, and I usually drive my offroad RCs on brushed ones, I don’t have big expirience with brushless motors from different companies. All I can say is that I like this one as it is precise, doesn’t kill batteries to fast* and works well.

I think that for a budget system, it is a really good choice 🙂

*example: my Sprint2 with standart 15T brushed motor used 4 LiPo 2S 5800, when Sakura D4 – less than one at the same time.

Product info:
  • KV:3450
  • Shaft Diamater (mm):3.17
  • Shaft Length (mm): 15
  • Rotor Pole: 2
  • Suitable Car:1/10 & 1:12 On-road/Off-road/F1/Drift
  • LiPo Cells:2-3S
  • Resist:0.0178?
  • No-load Current(Amp):2.1
  • Max. Output Power(W):240
  • Current at the Point of M.O.P (Amp):62
  • Product weight: 592.00 grams

Hobbywing QuicRun Sensored Brushless System: WP-10BL60 ESC+3650-10.5T Motor Combo For 1/10 & 1/12 RC Red (PART: #HW/QUICRUN-10BL60+3650SD10.5T from AsiaTees.com)

You’ll find all posts about this project here: SAKURA D4 RWD

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