Yeah ive replaced phase wires a few times and its always a pain.
Thats why being able to order the motor with whatever axle, plus 9 gauge phase wires from the factory was such a benefit. They say it has dual halls, 9 gauge and a temp sensor- along with my custom 175mm axle width. Not only that it was cheaper to have them lace it into a 21 dirtbike rim than it would have been for me to do it myself. Saved me hours and hours of time between the lacing and phase wires, plus it was cheaper and factory. I'll take pictures and repost when it arrives if all is well, fingers crossed.
***Curious is ur 3k mxus a 12mm or 14mm axle?
just use 10 awg silicone silver plated wire from rc store and then remove the silicone insulation and replace it with shrink, voila !Many will make their online store try and look like the official maker, going as far as stealing the pictures.
These guys are the official.
Alibaba - Changzhou Mxus Imp.&Exp. Co., Ltd.
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I would not know if they dabble with multiple stores on the same platform, I doubt it. That seems like something a smaller player would do. Maybe they just order their hubs from Changzhou Mxus and upgrade the hubs to fit larger wires or different dropout widths.
With 10awg wire, through the hub 3kw mxus hub I got was quite a challenge without the hall wires. If you could find wire with thinner insulation to fit inside the axle hole, it may still be a very tight squeeze, even without the hall sense wires. Obviously you want to string the thinner hall sense wires through the hole before you try to stuff the bigger wire through. PTFE teflon wire is quite stiff (harder to bend around the corner in the axle), but the insulation jacket is thick, strong and sturdy. I ground down the sharp edges of the axle entrance (inside the hub) and the exit where the wires come out. If your still having trouble stuffing wire, use pliers, use a lubricant of some sort. The first phase wire is the easiest, the third phase wire was always the hardest. I used 12awg ptfe teflon. Some people used the stock phase wires, snipped the phases at the exit with enough room to attach way thicker phase wires, they did not notice much performance downgrade. But then again they werent speedaholics, or going for max efficiency or anything, they were just having fun with their 3kw hubs in Atlanta using Lipo and testing lipo, his content/posts were quite good - Icecube57