Originally Posted by cyclone speed
what do you mean by "what class are you running " and sintered rotor will heat up less then bonded
rotor is this right thanks
Based on what i've read and experienced w/ my own brushless yes it is right. This is what the word "sintered" means:
" To cause (metallic powder, for example) to form a coherent mass by heating without melting "
So essentially they take a powdered metal (a nickel neodynum allow i think correct me plz somone out there knows exactly
) and then they put it into a form and they compress it w./ a gagillion pounds of pressure. Giving you a better more densely built rotor, Bonded ... not so much
Again, i'm about as far from an expert as you are gonna get, but there has been a TON of discussion on rctech about this and there are quite a few people i know including myself who have first gen novak non-sintered rotors. I've upgraded to sintered and got all the benifit's walterhenderson described.