Rusted Turnigy 6364 213kv motor screws

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nunchaku101   10 mW

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Rusted Turnigy 6364 213kv motor screws

Post by nunchaku101 » Dec 03 2019 12:45am

I have a dual motor mountainboard, one of the bearings was making a noise so when I decided to oil the bearing I found I can not remove the housing, the screws holding the housing are seized, has anyone had this issue with them?

I would not have imagined that would even be a thing.

What should I do? I am not really wanting to buy a new motor for it, it is a shame as it rides like a dirtbike, the thing just goes with such power but this has annoyed me.

The £50 could be spent on better things and to buy another to have the same issue again would not be worth it.

I damaged a bit of some of the screws trying to get them out but stopped before they got fully broken, should I wd-40 them? Oil?

Thank you

larsb   100 kW

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Re: Rusted Turnigy 6364 213kv motor screws

Post by larsb » Dec 03 2019 1:19am

If you already damaged screw then there are slim chances getting it out without destroying it, it’s so small.

Heat screw with a soldering pen (not to the point that you can’t hold the can) and let cool a few times if you have a high watt pen, otherwise don’t bother.

Oil the screws

Smack a slightly too large torx bit into the allen key hole, drill hole out a bit if hole is damaged. Purpose is to get a grip fit on the torx bit

Screw!

Have a beer :D
Ride on :D

nunchaku101   10 mW

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Re: Rusted Turnigy 6364 213kv motor screws

Post by nunchaku101 » Dec 03 2019 3:25am

Thank you very much for the detail, but should I heat first and then oil or oil first, let it soak and then give and cool?

Thanks.

larsb   100 kW

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Re: Rusted Turnigy 6364 213kv motor screws

Post by larsb » Dec 03 2019 9:42am

Heat first, then oil after the heat cycles (when warm)
Ride on :D

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