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Old 11-04-2004, 08:19 PM   #1
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Default Charging and Motor Wind question

I have 2 questions...

1. what should you set the peak det voltage on a turbo 35 ???

2. Can anyone tell me the differences and or advantages to the different winds that mod motors have, ex. diff between a 10x1, 10x2 and a 10x3 ???

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1. 6cell Nimh, .05; 6cell Nicad, .07

2. Single winds are punchier out of the hole due to less rotational mass, more winds are slower out of the hole but have higher top end due to more copper to flow current.
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I've got one mod motor and its a 13quad....I don't need the top end, but the smooth powerband is great.
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