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Old 02-25-2009, 04:00 AM   #1
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whats kv in the brushless thingy and whats T example: 13.5T
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whats kv in the brushless thingy and whats T example: 13.5T
The kv stands for how many RPM's per volt a motor turns, such as 2200KV turn 2200 rpm's per volt applied. The T stand for how many turns(or winds) of wire are in the field. So a 13.5T has 13.5 wraps of wire arround the field.
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