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Old 10-14-2006, 10:23 AM   #16
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i had a trinity monstor that was 35000rpm, i was quite impressed by this until i got a team scream one it was 39000rpm i could really notice the difference on the track and went 4secs faster than my best. team scream motors are just so much faster than the trinity versions it is like amazing the difference.

however i then got a team BONNY monstor stock which was 75000rpm i cant wait to try it on track pm me for details
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Old 10-14-2006, 12:05 PM   #17
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the only numbers that matter are lap times. dyno numbers are just one indicator of performance, especially the rpm measurement.
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Old 10-14-2006, 12:29 PM   #18
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JORDAN: Most all dyno stickers are done at 5volt runs. So you may be alarmed that you got 39,000 but drop your voltage down to 5volts and you will see the numbers that are more compareable to the dyno stickers.

I always test at 5v on my APS unit. I get in the range of 24-26,000rpm on stock motors. And ya at 7volts im sure its much higher.

Lets not confuse everyone its 5volts for most dyno pulls.
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no load rpm means nothing. those "motormasters" are not even real dynos...
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Hi Colin , How've you been?
You are correct regarding motor's and RPM's not being that important. The true Dyno is the track as all top drivers know (I was told).
RPM , Watts , Torque all trade against each other and no 2 motors which give the same RPM will perform the same on the track. The only way you can make your car go fast is to make sure your drivetrain is smoothe and free and you have good batteries and have a motor good in all 3 areas RPM , Torque and watts. But as you said the good thumbs will be better with an average motor than bad thumbs will be with the best motor.
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