HobbyStar 3650 Brushless Sensorless Motor

SKU: 375-10-CNF

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When you need a basic brushless motor, the HobbyStar 3650 brushless, sensorless 2-pole motor is the perfect choice.   A beautifully machined T6 billet-aluminum housing contains a 2-pole rotor spinning on high-quality, buttery-smooth bearings for a powerful, reliable motor choice for your 1/10 scale vehicle.  Comes with motor leads with 4.0mm bullet connectors already installed. Available in a wide variety of KV ratings.




  • CNC machined 6061 T6 billet aluminum can
  • High-purity copper windings maximize efficiency
  • Short stator for less resistance and maximum power
  • High-speed bearings
  • Precision balanced rotor for smooth operation and maximum RPM
  • Precision Engineered for maximum energy conversion


Product KV (RPM/Volt) Max Voltage Max Amps Rotor Poles Resistance Watts Max RPM Length (mm) Diameter (mm) Weight (g) Shaft Diameter (mm) Shaft Length (mm) Connectors
3650/13T 3000 3S 32A 2 0.0258 550W 50,000 50 36 168 3.175 15 4.0mm gold
3650/12T 3300 2S 35A 2 0.0221 550W 50,000 50 36 168 3.175 15 4.0mm gold
3650/10T 3930 2S 42A 2 0.0155 550W 50,000 50 36 168 3.175 15 4.0mm gold
3650/9T 4370 2S 46A 2 0.0127 550W 50,000 50 36 168 3.175 15 4.0mm gold


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Budget Builders BargainReview by DANIEL
Installed in a light weight car I find this to be a great choice for a budget build. (Posted on 10/14/2020)

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I just bought one of these, the specification sheet included has completely different specs from the one shown here. Which is right?
The spec sheet included with the motor covers the specs for the entire 36 series line of motors, 3650 3660 3665 3670 and 3674. The specs from the website and the included sheet reflect the same information and all the KV's for each motor are listed individually.
RCJuice answered on October 12, 2020

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