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New Hobbyking motor - 6374 sensored


#223

True, I meant it more as a joke - to be fair, it’s really only like $15-20 mistake, and it’s 100% my fault.

Sarcasm is hard on the internet :frowning:

Sorry for not being clear with my intents.


#224

I wouldn’t settle it through PayPal maybe check on the freebies or the belt swap thread


#225

I don’t want anyone’s business look bad, but sometime sellers ignore customer’s cancellation says ‘it already shipped’ after like 1 min of order. What a BS, I would just cancel via paypal or credit card company. I’ve dealt with this a lot in ebay sellers like this.


#226

No worries, glad to hear it was just sarcasm.


#227

Fixed the previous response - sorry!

Maybe the classic Reddit /S(arcasm) would have been appropriate, not sure how much of that lingo trickles over to here…


#228

Good shout!

Posted over yonder at NEW HTD Belts Swap/Trade. Kind of a weird request - might just run 9mm’s until my 15mm’s arrive in a month or so… No down sides to running a thinner belt except for additional breakage chance? Less surface area might cause more slippage?

Thanks for the tip!


#229

If your running dual 9mm proper tensioning will resolve any slippage issues. There are hundreds of boards running dual 9mm belts out there.


#230

9mm side by side another 9mm belt on a single pulley?

Unfortunately not planning to do that - I don’t think my pulley is wide enough. I just would be running a single 9mm pulley per side for about 2 weeks to a month until my original order of 390-5m-15 belts arrives from China… Then just hope they fit!

Note to self: never order belts from China… Today’s full of learning!


#231

Yeah I my self running 10+12 and also tried 10+10 set up. One problem tho, belt tends to get stretched overtime.


#232

Not what he means. 1 pulley and 1 motor on each rear wheel with 9mm belts.

Edit: Proper belt tensioning in a setup like this (dual rear drive with 9mm belts) should eliminate any belt slipping issues.


#233

5:1 gearing? That doesnt sound right.
I have a 149 with a 36:12 gearing atm. Ive got a few pulley (up to 20T) coming in from china at some point.
What would you recommend? Im thinking 16-18T since top speed is priority but my area is pretty hilly. I’ll be running 12s


#234

can’t possible answer that question for you. Even with my current gearing, there are some parts where I have a top speed of just 12 km/h due to hill grade + it’s all off-road. It’s a trampa.


#235

Ahhh Off-road. That makes sense. Thanks Anyway!
Off road build is next :smiley:


#236

I got them to fit a torqueboard 218 truck and mount with most minimal of tolerances. I don’t trust it though.


#237


I bought two of the new 6354 200kv motors and I have to say they perform exceptional. Before that I had two 6355 from torqueboards. They were really nice as well, but they weren´t as reliable as I had hoped. One of them broke again and I needed a new one. Instead of buying a new one and paying 40 Dollars for shipping, because I live in Germany I decided to buy completlely new ones. And I am surprised. They even perform slightly better. I didn´t expect them to be that good, because they were that cheap (10 % off thanks to a coupon). Only problem was, they were too big to fit on a dual rear. So, I went with a dual diagonal. Had to do some filing and rearranging, but got it to work. Can´t seem to find a big difference between those two methods though. I have to do further testing. So, first impression: great motors


#238

Is the 6374 really 940g? And the 6354 630g?

@Arzamenable @Jinra can you weight yours?


#239

Sorry, no scales. They are heavy


#240

Yea I don’t have a gram scale either.


#241

Will the Evolve Trucks be able to accommodate dual sk8 6354s? edit: (using unik’s 63mm evolve mounts)


#242

Yes

But will they fit dual sk8 6364’s?