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Old 12-03-2008, 07:22 AM   #1
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Default Orion Vortec Race 2008 Motors Question??

Does anyone know if the rotors in these motors are Sintered or Bonded?

Specifically interested in the 6.5 and 13.5.
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The Orion Vortex line of motors are sintered. The sintered rotor is the rotor that is smoother and less "rough feeling". The sintered rotors seem to last longer and the are usually more expensive than their bonded counterparts.

For a great added tuning option try Orion part ORI26812 number link below
http://www.teamorion.com/Products/Vo...tex+BL+Magnets

Any further questions feel free to ask.
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