Originally Posted by Santosh
how does the smaller comm diameter compare to brush size use....
and, what laydown brush to use?... those "popular" F-brushes?
it all starts to make more and more sense... now i understand why dc motorsports and ea uses the cans they use...
so my D5 with a 19T (hand wound) most likely would be faster in a C2 can?..hmmm, very interesting...
and my "trick" to buy a modified Team Checkpoint motor and replace the armature with a hand wound 19Turn may fail .. ;-)
On a smaller comm run stiffer springs - say for example you would want to try red - and purple + as compared to a larger comm you would run green - and red +. Of course this is a starting point.
End result - close to the same tension against the comm even though you have diferent tension springs. Always factor in comm size.