Originally Posted by mok
i like this rule of thumb to compare brushed/brushless motors..
(brushed turns /2)+2 = brushless equivalent
(27/2)+2 = 15.5
(19/2)+2 = 11.5
to me this formula explains why a 17.5T is slower than a 27T as really its power level is closer to a 15.5T.. also explains why a 10.5T is faster than a 19T, as it probably should be 11.5T thats more closely matched.
but that being said, we run these rules..
27 + 17.5 is stock
19 + 10.5 is superstock
any wind less than allowed in superstock is modified
I like that formula...its pretty close 10.5 and lower. However, 17.5 with the newer esc's that boost the timing HAUL compared to a 27 turn brushed.
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