HobbyStar 4082 4-Pole Brushless Sensorless Motor, 1/8 Truggy/Monster Truck

SKU: 375-39-CNF

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$79.99

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When a standard 1/8 motor isn't enough, the HobbyStar 4082 brushless, sensorless motor is the ticket for your 1/8 truck for monster horsepower.  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 82mm 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

 

ProductWattsMax VoltageMax AmpsRotor PolesIOResistance KV (RPM/Volt)Max RPMLength (mm)Diameter (mm)Weight (g)Shaft Diameter (mm)Shaft Length (mm)Connectors
4082/2.5Y 3400 <28 120A 4 2.0A 0.011 1450 50,000 82 40/42
with fins
470 5 18 6.5mm gold
4082/4T 3400 <26 130A 4 3.0A 0.0092 1600 50,000 82 40/42
with fins
470 5 18 6.5mm gold
4082/3T 3400 <21 160A 4 4.5A 0.0053 2000 50,000 82 40/42
with fins
470 5 18 6.5mm gold
4082/1.5Y 3400 <19 170A 4 6.0A 0.0042 2200 50,000 82 40/42
with fins
470 5 18 6.5mm gold

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Motor Review by Carlos
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Running in Kyosho gt2ve on 8S (Posted on 10/22/2020)
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Good motor running on my Kyosho gt2ve on 8S (Posted on 10/22/2020)
Great motorReview by Gavin
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I run the 2000kv on 4S with a Tekin RX8 g3 in a Tekno ET48.3 with Armma Backflips and 18T pinion. Heaps of power, very quick, cool temps, and will wheelie on command.

This motor/esc combo fits in the ET48.3's stock position with 6mm to spare for anyone thinking of this combination. (Posted on 8/28/2019)
Excellent, efficient motor. Great for Arrma 6S vehiclesReview by Klappars
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This is an excellent motor. I bought it to upgrade my Arrma Talion so it could run 6S for a whole battery pack without overheating.

It can do exactly that; on 6S the motor only reaches 150f, running 20/50 gearing driving off road.

The car also drives smoother as the motor has a good amount more torque than the stock 4074 motor and the car feels more powerful. I can tell how much better quality this motor is because the bearings feel smoother and the magnets are stronger and harder to turn.

On 4S the car I still plenty fast and runs super cool at just 110f in the same conditions.

The motor fits well in the car and just sticks out a very small amount past the chassis.

The only negative I can think of is that the runtime is reduced by a few minutes. However this can be solved by buying more batteries! (Posted on 4/10/2019)

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Does the 1600kv run cooler than the 2000kv if geared for the same speed. I am asking about using this motor in an Arrma Talion.
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The best option is to always go with a higher voltage and a lower HV, that is the ideal setup. However, in general the 1600KV is still going to run cooler. If you gear it to get the full speed as you would a 2000KV then you may overheat, but you can still pull the taller gear with the 1600KV and have a better chance of keeping those temps in check.
RCJuice answered on March 7, 2019
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Is this motor waterproof? If so are all the Hobbystar motors waterproof?
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No, this motor is not waterproof. If an item is waterproof it will be stated in the items description.
RCJuice answered on September 16, 2019
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2000kv on 6s in a Kraton Iknow it says 21v. Yes or no?
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Yes, just as long as you monitor temps and adjust gearing if necessary: https://www.rcjuice.com/power_system_setup
RCJuice answered on February 10, 2019

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