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 drivetrain.
Low Cogging Torque
The first motor adopted the innovative 4-pole-8-magnet "staggered pole" rotor
(Hobbywing-patented design) (in the RC field) has the extremely low cogging
effect and low torque pulsation (it's reduced by 85% when comparing
with conventional 1/10th scale 4-pole motors).
Smooth Throttle Response
4-pole-8-magnet "Staggered Pole" Rotor
Motor Thermal Protection
When pairing the EzRun 3652/3660 G2 with a Hobbywing EzRun MAX10-SCT or MAX10 ESC,
the built-in temperature sensor and sensor port at the load end (for connecting to ESC)
will make the motor thermal protection available to protect the motor from
damage due to overheat.
Built-in Temperature Sensor
Temperature Sensor Port
The O-ring seal fitted between the front end bell and motor case isolates
screw holes from inner parts to prevent liquid or dust from getting
inside and protect motor from damage.
The special design implemented by the motor case (the end attaches to
the front end bell) isolates inner coils from outside to protect
winding from being damaged by overlong screws.
Hobbywing’s temperature control technology has been designed to protect the motor
from being damaged by heat thus less heat more efficient the motor will run and
perform. The output performance of this motor has an efficiency rate of up to 90%,
a leading level in the RC world.
Quality Materials &
The use of double insulated windings (240℃ R-leveled), high-intensity
adhesive (340℃), Japanese bearings and silicon steel sheets guarantees users
the outstanding performance and super durability.
The wheel hub design of the front & rear end bells reduces the motor weight.
EzRun 3652 G2
Japanese NMB Bearing
Compatible (with the EZRUN MAX10-SCT/MAX10 ESC)
When pairing the EzRun 3652/3660 G2 motor with a Hobbwing EzRun MAX10-SCT/ MAX10 ESC,
the excellent match between ESC and motor will give you large torque plus a very smooth
and linear power band.
Shaft Diameter (mm)
1/10thTouring/Buggy/1/10thlight-duty 2WD Short-course Truck/truck/monster truck
1/10thShort-course Truck/truck/monster truck（4WD）
1)Check if the radio system (transmitter & receiver) functions well.
2)Check if the motor-to-ESC (A/B/C) wires are firmly connected.
3)Test the motor with another ESC (a good one) to see if the motor spins normally.
Please return the motor to the factory for repair if the issue still exists after you try all the above solutions.
1)Check all the welds and wires to see if poor soldering and connections exist.
2)The ON/OFF indication LED doesn’t come on after the ESC is turned on indicating something wrong with the ESC and you need to further check it. If the LED turns on but the motor doesn’t spin, then you need to check the ESC output wires and motor input wires to ensure there is no poor connection caused by oxidization, de-soldering issue and etc. If the problem still exists after you try all the mentioned methods, then please return the motor to the factory for test/repair.
1)The discharge capability of your battery is not sufficient or you used the pack for too many times (and it’s too old), then you need to change a battery with better discharge capability or a new one.
2)Some protection relates to ESC is activated, and the power gets reduced. Please refer to the “Protections” part in the user manual and get the problem solved.
3)The ESC is damaged.
4)The motor gets demagnetized, so please return it to the factory for repair.
1)In general, it’s normal that the motor gradually gets hot during the operation. If it becomes so hot and activates the thermal protection, then please reduce the load/vehicle weight and increase the FDR (by using smaller pinion gear or bigger spur gear.
2)Too high temperature can cause the motor to get demagnetized and shorten its service life, so please the motor temperature, adjust the setup, and enable the motor thermal protection via ESC programming in daily use.