I have bought a Flipsky Mini FSESC4.2 and a Flipsky 6374/140KV motor in hopes of retrofitting a ceiling ventilation fan in our camper truck. But it seems it's quite a bit louder than the brushed original and I'm hoping there is some setting I have overlooked that might quite it.
The original brushed motors in the MaxxFan we use tend to eat up the copper commutator in about 15 months of use. Astonishingly, the brushes are fine, full length, and the softer alloy of the commutator wears away. So, In hopes of converting to brushless, I selected this motor as it is physically very similar in size and shares the same 8mm shaft diameter, But when I'm bench testing it and sweeping the RPM, the cogging effect of the motor seems to resonate through the table and I suspect the roof panel of our camper will be worse.
I'm happy to post a video showing what I'm talking about if the consensus is that this is something that should be addressable with the correct settings.
But if there is any hope and this is normal, then I'd appreciate knowing before I sink a bunch more time into it,
Thanks in advance