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New Hobbyking motor - 6374 sensored


#304

Thanks I will check mine too!


#305

Hi everyone, I haven’t read the whole 300 posts here.
Can you summarise the 6374 SK8 complared to the SK3 line?
differences in the datasheet like sensor is known.
But what about the quality, and inner specs?


#306

I believe the sk8 is sealed more it has a lot shorter phase wires than the sk3.


#307

For those interested I just ran a quick KV test on my 130KV sk8 and it actually is 132KV so not far off from what is advertised.


#308

from what i can surmise the sk8 internally is the same as sk3 but is sealed with shorter phase wires.

i just put two of the 6364 190kv motors on a new build last night. got it calibrated with a very short test ride. motors are very nicely balanced and quieter than the TB 6374, as punchy as the sk3 (anecdotally).

only thing is you’ll need to supply your own key. i just wound up crimping up some nickel strip into a key.


#309

smh how do you learn without reading?


#310

Okay so I’m wanting to know, did we figure out if two of these 6374 will fit on TB218 or should I stick with 6364?


#311

Click that magnifying glass on top, select search this topic check box and put „tb218” in text field. YW.


#312

has anyone taken this motor apart yet?

i need to replace sensor wire.

thanks.

edit, my bad it, it’s been opened:


#313

Any suggestions where I can get a key for this? My order has been sent so I can’t add stuff without outrageous shipping expenses for such a small part… eBay sources welcome!
Edit: would this 8x3x3mm key with rounded ends fit without further machining?


#314

If the key is slightly too big, just rub it on sandpaper, should not take more than a few strokes


#315

Do this motor still come without a c-clip ?


#316

Nope but there is a brass retention sleeve that you put on the shaft before the pulley and it keeps the motor can in place… if your pulley does not come loose.


#317

asked on live chat how long it should take to be back in stock
answer was: drum roll
2nd week of october
:expressionless:
ugh


#318

That will only work if you buy the hobbyking motor mounts/the rest of us will have to align the pulley with the drive train/shaft collar needs to be used.


#319

I’ve been running those motors for a while and the only time the motor can came loose it was because of a loose pulley. But the shaft collar needs to be on the shaft and there should be no play between the pulley and the collar. In my application I was able to adjust the position of the mount and the position of the wheel so there was no need for me to move the pulley on the shaft.


#320

Anybody knows what wire it is for the thermistor / temperature sensor? And i guess i have to switch the black and red wire, right ?


#321

Swap the two outside wires with each other, then swap the two next to them with each other (1 pin in from the outside) the other two are phase wires and can be left as is

your plug looks like its either the brown or the blue. So Swap Black and Red, then Swap Brown and Blue :smiley:


#322

I guess it dosn’t matter wich order the three sensor wires comes in. So the only thing i need to know is wich wire is for the temperature. And yes, black and red needs to swap place with each other.


#323

Brown or Blue. One is Temp the other is a sensor, so just swap Brown and Blue after you’ve done black and red and you will be fine :slight_smile: