Anyone got a good lead on some decent 6374s?
TB and Maytech are pretty popular
Haggy has them useful if you need other stuff they have.
I thought haggy motors are D shaft? Less common to find pulleys for than keyway shaft. I would stick with keyway shaft motors.
just get the pulleys from haggy
I like the D shaft because grub screws hate me.
No. Grub screws hate not having loctite on them lol.
Keyway for the win lol
( To keep this on topic, D shape pulleys also do a great job. Just harder to find compatible pulleys. To answer @poloace’s question though, Haggyboard is a great place to buy great stuff. Quality and service are A+)
…aaaaand it stuck. Gotta love the Mods’ sense of humour!
Definitely not the word I’d use but shit, I missed an opportunity to shut it this time .
Anyways, @mods could we agree to change it again in a week? That seems like reasonable punishment.
And none of them are connected now of course. I am pretty sure it’s bill tho.
Hobbywing has the turnigy sk3 and sk8 6374’s. The sk3’s are uncensored but are absolute beasts. I have a set of their 6354’s that I rode thru 3 salty winters and they still work great. retired, but they work.
There is a group buy for new flipsky 6374 if you are interested, check it out.
Those are precisely the ones I’m looking for ('cause they are short) but Turnigy only sells like 270 Kv version . Need lower KVs. Which KVs are yours??
Since the KEDA motors are not sold by HK anymore, i recently bought 6374s on ebay for 40$ a piece. Cant comment on the quality yet, shipping takes ages.
It doesn’t matter just use Loctite 635 and forget about problematic keyways
I have the 6354’s in 260kv, and the 6374’s in 190kv. Were you looking for 6374’s or 54’s?
The 260kv 6354’s are rockets over 15mph, little laggy before and the brakes aren’t the great. Ive gotten them to almost 40mph in a previous build
I hardly recommand hobbyking sk3 motors (not sk8), these are just beast and rocksolid! Yes sensorless but in foc i got almost no cogging with my trampa, and now we’ve got hfi so no more a problem ! Or you can still diy it and add sensors!
I really recommand these motors to anyone who want powerful and rocksolid motors not too expensive.