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PostSubject: What to look for in Brushless motors   What to look for in Brushless motors EmptyThu Jul 07, 2011 3:37 pm

I need advise on what to look for in brushless motor for drifting. wacko wacko
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sensored BL is good motor

I advice 10.5T to 6.5T 2thumbsup
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8.5t to 13.5t


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J.Drift wrote:
sensored BL is good motor

I advice 10.5T to 6.5T 2thumbsup

Any brand? and what does "10.5T to 6.5T" mean?
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hakkai1982 wrote:
J.Drift wrote:
sensored BL is good motor

I advice 10.5T to 6.5T 2thumbsup

Any brand? and what does "10.5T to 6.5T" mean?

that's the motor power
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sensored 3.5T preferably LRP brand and never look back

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So is it like the higher T the better?
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PostSubject: Re: What to look for in Brushless motors   What to look for in Brushless motors EmptyThu Jul 07, 2011 7:20 pm

Not always. If you haven't practiced much, you'll find it hard to get used to something like 3.5t.

Also, I see you've got a TT01. Make sure it's got ball bearings or else you'll run into a lot of problems. You might need to purchase a fair few spur gears too as that's a lot of power for the stock plastic spur.

Good luck!
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Yeah I tried to find front one way and spool diff but most of the shops said they were out of stock..
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hakkai1982 wrote:
Yeah I tried to find front one way and spool diff but most of the shops said they were out of stock..

You can modified your rear diff to make it spool by locking the planetary diff.

You can use small screw or epoxy to lock it 2thumbsup
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higher T ( turn ) is less power and yes there is such a thing as to much power around 13 turns to 8.5 turns is what i find the best.

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higher T means more topspeed lower t means more acceleration, this is why you want a balance of both world in your drifter so my advice would be to get a novak havok/ballistic 10.5T combo for you drifter wink
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DORIYAA! wrote:
higher T means more topspeed lower t means more acceleration

wrong way round bud

eg

3.5T = high kV = high max RPM, low torque

10.5T = lower kV, doesn't spin as fast for same Voltage = higher torque

Some of it can be negated by spur/pinion gearing,
you'd gear down a high kV motor to avoid overheating
plus gearing down also magnifies its torque.

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