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Old 03-06-2009, 03:10 PM   #1
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I had some of my motors out for cleaning so I decided to take a few pictures to show the different motors side-by-side.


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Feigao 8XL, MMM 2650kv, TeknoNeu 1515/1.5D

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What a collection.....!!
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Nice.. what are you running them in? I see a Kyosho in that first pic.
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Nice.. what are you running them in? I see a Kyosho in that first pic.
Hi, I posted the pictures for those that may be considering one of them and wanted to see what they look like. I run the TeknoNeu 1515/1Y in my Kyosho ST-RR truggy and I exchanged the MMM 2200kv for the a 2650kv. The square can TeknoNeu was in my Z-Car buggy, but is now my back-up motor and the Feigao is a paper weight.

Misc info, the TeknoNeu and MMM motors have huge bearings and no cooling holes. They all use M3 screws (f0ur holes). The square can TeknoNeu was designed to mount directly to a nitro motor mount using a clutch. A 40mm fan also fits on the square can. The MMM motors have removable front and rear endbells, the TeknoNeu and regular Neu motors only have rear removable endbells. The Feigao motor has a glued on front endbell and a threaded rear endbell. The MMM 2200kv motor is 2.2oz heavier than the 2650kv version.
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I'm getting a RC8E buggy very soon and need a setup. Which motor should I go? 2650kv or 2200KV. I already have two 7.4 6000 lipos.
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