Hobbywing Ezrun-3656 4700Kv Motor

Hobbywing Ezrun-3656 4700Kv Motor

Brand: Hobbywing

Part Number: HW90110020

£58.49 Web Price RRP £64.99

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This motor housing is made from hard anodized aluminum, motor windings are wound from double insulated wire, the advanced rotor structure is designed to handle high temperature from the use of rare earth magnets and the bearings which are implemented are high precision metal caged for a minimum to zero friction which in turn will guarantee strength, outstanding performance, high durability and smoothness of the motor.

The output performance of this motor has an efficiency of up to 85%. In the same load condition, EZRUN 3650 has the higher efficiency but lower temperature than other 3650 motors. The 4 pole design will guarantee the motor to produce very large amounts of torque, a much faster acceleration response and a very stable output of power to the drive train.

The EZRUN 3650SD is applicable to various 1/10th scale vehicles, especially short-course trucks & monster trucks.

HobbyWing EzRun 3656 Motor Features:

  • High Torque
  • High Efficiency
  • Solid Construction
  • Compatible (with the EZRUN WP-SC8 ESC)

Spec Check:

  • Scale: 1/10th
  • Brushed/Brushless:BL
  • Sensored/Sensorless: SL
  • Pole Count: 4
  • KV Rating:4700
  • LiPo Cells: 2S
  • No-load Current(A): 6.8
  • Max. Power Output(W): 480
  • Current at the Point of Max. Power Output(A): 117
  • O.D.(mm): 35.8
  • Length (mm): 56.0
  • Shaft Diameter (mm): 3.175
  • Weight (g): 215


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Hi I've recently bought the HOBBYWING EZRUN-3656 4700KV MOTOR with the EZRUN WP-SC8 ESC to put in my Traxxas Slash 4X4 and wondered if i'd have to change the pinion and diff ??? can you help ??? Kind Regards
Asked by Gavin on 14th September 2017

We'd recommend running stock gearing and see how you get on - you can always adjust from there :-)

Diff should be okay, just check they are well maintained and shimmed correctly.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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