Originally Posted by EddieO
If the 4300 puts out 225 watts, I am the pope....thats a good 50 watts better than most tuned 19t motors....
The 4300 before the sintered rotor could not keep up with a good 19t.....at 2004 Paved Nats the stock guys were just barely off the 4300 class....
I dunno about all these ratings though.....I remember the 5800 was originally rated to be a 10 turn equal....
The chart shows the 4300 sintered to be 235 watts.
And the SS 4300 bonded to be 195 watts.
The SS 5800 bonded was 225 watts now its 280 with sintered.
That big of a jump in comparison is what caused it to be so much harder to mix them.
Never heard a word about mixing till the sintered came out.
Don't get me wrong I really like the sintered, I have one in all of my motors.
I really don't get the rating between 5800 and 4300?
4300 went up 40 watts and the 5800 went up 55 watts.
Same magnet makes me wonder why they weren't both 40 watts?
The ratings are weird.
The difference between the two SS was 30 watts.
And the difference between the two sintered is 45 watts. What the heck?