Eskating PRO motors 6374 190Kv

(9 customer reviews)

Original price was: 149.99€.Current price is: 119.99€.

The kind of motor that makes the difference on your Esk8
  • High quality Electric skateboard Sealed & Sensored PRO motors
  • Sensored with 6 pin 1,5mm JST wire (1,5 to 2,0mm jst 6 pin Adapter included)
  • 5.5mm Gold Connectors
  • Max. power: 3550W
  • Shaft: 8mm
  • With 2 x Circlips ways (8mm Circlips not included available here)
  • With Eskating Logo

Out of stock

Estimated delivery 27/06/2024 (DD/MM/YYYY)


Electric skateboard motor – other details:

  • Motor Rpm/V: 190Kv
  • Max Current: 70A
  • Motor poles: 14
  • Motor Resistance: 0.0402hm
  • Battery type: 4-12S
  • Diameter: 63.4mm
  • Length: 69mm
  • Wires: 12AWG 20cm with 5.5mm gold connectors (male)
  • Weight: 668gr

Additional information

Weight1 kg

6354, 6374

9 reviews for Eskating PRO motors 6374 190Kv

  1. emus (verified owner)

    Good Product, good Support ! I would buy again.

  2. adrien.seignol (verified owner)

    Excellent quality, the sealed enclosure is very usefull against the rain and the jst wire included is perfect for ride in silent.
    with 8S-20/36 its sweet and just excellent
    Great product !

  3. n.skembris (verified owner)

    I believe these are originally manufactured by Maytech and are widely considered to be one of the products Maytech got right.
    The price is good considering they are among the best and most reliable 6374s you can get.

    I haven’t measured them but I think they are actually specced at 170Kv (which is a good thing, making them more torquey)

  4. Antonio Lazaro Molina (verified owner)

    WoW. Machine. Good

  5. Davide B. (verified owner)

  6. Tyler Cone (verified owner)

    Built tough, solid motors.

  7. Anonymous (verified owner)

  8. Miha N. (verified owner)

  9. Matthieu C. (verified owner)

    This motor is absolutely perfect !

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Got something to discuss?

6 years 3 months ago

hey, can I use two of these motors for my board or is it too big?

6 years 3 months ago

hi, thank you for your question, it depends on the trucks, this motor is pretty long, what trucks are you using?

6 years 3 months ago

Either 184mm or 218mm.

6 years 2 months ago

184mm is not long enough, 218 would be fine

6 years 2 months ago

What is the max voltage appliable to the motor?

6 years 2 months ago

Hi Giulio, 12S, it can get max 12s x 4,2 v cells, 50.4 Volt at max

6 years 2 months ago

Is a torque curve a available? I just wanted to compare this 3550W to the torqueboard 6374 unsealed motor which is 3150W or something like that

6 years 2 months ago

Hi Sam, I don’t have it at the moment, I’m sorry (I’m sure they are 2 different motors not really comparable)

5 years 10 months ago

Can this motor work with a 10s4p battery?

5 years 8 months ago

Hi DAniel, sorry for the delay we just got an issue with the comments system.

OF course you can use the motor with any battery that get up to 12s max.

5 years 9 months ago

I looked at the tech drawing and the motor seems to be an outrunner, can you confirm it?

5 years 8 months ago

Hi Ini, sorry for the delay we just got an issue with the comments system.
Yes all our motors are outrunner

5 years 8 months ago

Since these are “water resistant” and “sealed”, what does this mean exactly compared to other 63xx motors? Could I run these perhaps in a snowy environment?

5 years 6 months ago

Does this motor have a keyway?

5 years 6 months ago

Hi Mike, sure, all our motors have 3x3x19mm keyway

5 years 4 months ago

does this motor come with the key for the key for the keyway and does the key fit in your pulleys?

3 years 9 months ago

Do you have this motor with only 150kv?
If not, can I use this one with a 10S2P battery?
Thank you.

3 years 7 months ago

Hi Julien, thanks for your question and interest. Sure you can use our motors with 10s batteries, even in 2p configuration. We don’t have motors in 150kv. you might consider to find your best transmission ratio instead, let me know if I can help you with it. Alberto

3 years 6 months ago

Hi Alberto. Can you provide motor wiring diagram (pinout) for hall sensor connector? The wire colors should start with black (1 – gnd) and end with red (6 – +5V). Just to be sure and to avoid damage of hall sensor 😉