HobbyStar 4076 4-Pole Brushless Sensorless Motor, 1/8 Truggy/Monster Truck

HobbyStar 4076 4-Pole Brushless Sensorless Motor, 1/8 Truggy/Monster Truck

SKU: 375-32-CNF

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$55.99

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With the power to throw your truck around like a toy, the HobbyStar 4076 brushless, sensorless motor is the ideal powerplant for to supply your 1/8 scale vehicle with tire-shredding power.  4-pole design and a 12-slot stator provide unbelievable torque. High-quality features like a beautifully machined 6061 T6 billet-aluminum can, buttery-smooth ABEC5 bearings and a 76mm length make this the ultimate motor for your monster truck or truggy.

 

Features:

  • Brushless, sensorless 4-pole motor
  • 12-slot high-torque stator
  • CNC machined 6061 T6 billet aluminum heatsink can
  • High-purity copper windings maximize efficiency
  • High-RPM ABEC5 oversized bearings
  • Universal fit, fits all 1/8 brushless cars, multiple mounting holes with M3 and M4 threads
  • Precision balanced rotor for smooth operation, reliability and maximum RPM
  • Stator-Super Thin (0.2mm) laminations
  • Removable/replaceable rotor
  • Precision engineered for maximum energy conversion

 

ProductKV (RPM/Volt)Max VoltageMax AmpsRotor PolesIOResistance WattsMax RPMLength (mm)Diameter (mm)Weight (g)Shaft Diameter (mm)Shaft Length (mm)Connectors
4076/3Y 1550 <26V 108A 4 1.2A 0.0131 2800W 50,000 76 40/42
with fins
405 5 20 6.5mm gold
4076/5D 1700 <23V 116A 4 1.9A 0.0111 2800W 50,000 76 40/42
with fins
405 5 20 6.5mm gold
4076/4D 2000 <21V 135A 4 2.3A 0.0079 2800W 50,000 76 40/42
with fins
405 5 20 6.5mm gold
4076/2Y 2200 <18V 155A 4 2.8A 0.0066 2800W 50,000 76 40/42
with fins
405 5 20 6.5mm gold

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Customer Reviews (3)

Revo powerReview by Duston
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I put this in my 1/10 e revo. More than enough power and speed. (Posted on 5/26/2016)
Awesome for the priceReview by Ken
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Running on 4s and 6s in my 1/8 truggy. It has plenty of power and is smoother than the stock motor from Arrma 2050kv. Well built and has different mounting options. It's quieter than my Castle motors as well.
I am running the 2200kv with a Hobbywing Max8 esc- it is a great pairing. So far a top speed of 69.8mph with a stock spur-tires and 20t pinion.
Full run on 6s had the motor at 165* and 4s was at 144*. (Posted on 3/17/2016)
Great MotorReview by Duke's Kustom RC's
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I'm running a 1550kv of this motor in my kustom CEN Nemesis converted to electric. The truck weighs a good 14 pounds and this motor paired with the Hobbystar ESC is grreat. Ton of power and very smooth. I ran it on a 4S pack and it felt like I had 5S in the truck. Highly recommend this motor. (Posted on 1/15/2016)

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Are the sensorless wires A/B/C the same setup/direction as the sensored? The diagram that came with the sensorless motor shows a sensored diagram
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The wire order does not matter on a sensorless motor. If it is spinning opposite of the direction you need after connecting simply swap any 2 wires and the direction will be reversed but there is no wrong order on a sensorless motor.
RCJuice answered on April 24, 2018
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Is this plug and play with a hobbywing ESC? The connectors are the same dimensions. I'm just unsure if different brands require a change in connectors
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It depends on which model HobbyWing, but the majority of all 1/8 ESC's, including HobbyWing, that have the female bullet terminals on the have 6.5mm bullets which the HobbyStar motors have. We recommend you measure to be sure.
RCJuice answered on April 19, 2018

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