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Old 06-04-2007, 06:17 PM   #1
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Default Undestanding turns - trying to learn

I understand 27t, and 19t, and I undestand single, double wind, hand wound and machine wound ect...

But when it comes to mods, is there a big difference between 7,8,9,10 turns to actually make a difference, from 7to8, 8to9, 9to10 ect..

Then what is the benefit or difference between a 10t and a 10t double side by side.

just looking for clairfication.
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Simply put, a single will have more bottom end power than a double, and the double will have a stronger top end.

Singles are better suited to TC and 4wd offroad, and some very high traction 2wd situations. Doubles and triples are also more efficient (use less battery & maintenance).
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Hi, the rotation speed varies between 7 to 10 turn. Lesser turn equal faster speed but loses some torque and drain more current. Vise versa for the opposite. Normally, you would gear a smaller tooth when using lower turn.
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