Brushless Bearing Holder Design vs. Fried motors
Just a question here (not bashing any companies). Has anyone here fried a brushless motor? More exactly, the motor windings are not fried, but the rear bearing housing warped due to extreme heat. Some companies, such as Novak and Orion, house their rear bearings in a plastic/composite material. Under extreme heat, these will warp and cause the rotor to feel sluggish or melted in the can (due to the bearing alignment becoming off center). Motors such as SpeedPassion and Trinity house both bearings in aluminum. So they do not have this problem. I'm wondering if this is designed into the motor. Just a question. Not a flame.