hey guys ... I am kinda new to this sport ... ( in it about a year now ) but I love these new trinity motors. heres what I have ...
MHS pro p/n RC2141 .... heres the rundown on the label ....
21358 rpm @ 5.0v
66w @ 10.4 k rpm
49% @ 14.8 k rpm
now I may have gotten a freakinstein motor but the torque and power draw are very close to three of the four GM3's that I own with the efficiency being a little better and the rpm's being just out of the ball park better .... for example
GM3 pro p/n RC9427
19788 rpm @ 5.0v
64w @ 10.4 k rpm
48% @ 13.8 k rpm
now ... the GM3 listed above has only two skims on the comm and new serrations on the stock brushes. the MHS was box stock. both were broken in for 600 secs at 2.0v on a turbo 35 ( per the instructions of a fast guy at our track ) ... the GM3 in practice geared 37/96 ( 64 pitch ) was about average. it kept up with the packs of stock racers when my driving skills allowed ..... now the MHS geared the same was just a touch slower than some guys running chamelon 2 motors ( 19 turn ) . the fast guys at the track told me when changing motor styles within a brand look at the torque the motor produces and gear up or down depending on that for the new motor .... my MHS comes off after a race ( 5 min ) just slightly warmer than my GM3's but not burning hot or hot enough to blue the comm or the brushes ...
this motor with my bad driving moved me from middle of the C main to lower-middle of the B main and I was able to gain spots in the B because of the speed to make up for my driving problems.
I love this Freakinstein motor Trinity made.