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Old 08-09-2004, 06:11 PM   #16
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What is the V2 you guys are talking about?
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Old 08-09-2004, 08:57 PM   #17
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LosiFromHell986: I use Novak's 5800 Brushless System in most of my kits and just love it! Works great for 4WD, Stadium Truck, and 2WD. Novak is apparently right now working on an even faster and more powerful motor plus a smaller ESC! Can't wait to get my hands on one or a few of those for sure!



infrontracing: V2 Motors are Team Orion and Peak Racing's "REVOLUTION" Modified Brushed Motors. Just for your Info, below are a few groundbreaking and unique descriptions on the Motor's design and performance:


Angled (V) Brush O)rientation reduces brush bounce, resulting in increased brush and commutator life while extra contact area increases brush efficiency. This angle spreads the load between the motor spring and the brush guidance tube. Therefore spring tension can be reduced resulting in less friction, higher RPM, and increased efficiency.


Cylindrical Brushes allow smoother brush overlap resulting in less arcing, which increases performance and reduces the likelihood of radio interference. Commutators develop fewer scars increasing the interval between commutator service and brush changes. Competition brushes last up to 12 times longer!


Precision CNC aluminium endbell provides additional cooling which extends the life of the motor's components. By lowering brush and spring temperatures, performance and consistency are maximized. Unlike plastic moulds that will wear out over time, CNC machining consistently produces the precision required in a hand wound modified motor. Round pure copper brush control tubes offer ultra low resistance, precision fit, and due to their close proximity to the commutator, increase brush stability.


Direct soldering reduces resistance resulting in more power and longer run times. Brush shunts and ESC wires are both soldered directly to the pure copper brush tubes creating a direct connection between your motor and electronics.


Airflow cooling lowers operating temperatures. Strategically placed vents work in conjunction with the Ultra Flow motor can to circulate air through the motor. Lower motor temperatures reduce resistance, which increases power.


Inboard capacitor system with LED reduces the possibility of radio interference. A small circuit board containing three integrated capacitors is installed inside the endbell for extra protection. A small LED is also incorporated into the design to verify proper capacitor operation, indicate correct motor rotation, and help view the commutator conditions as the motor is running. It also looks extremely trick!


Intelligent anti-vibration spring system created with springs made of Inox steel formed in an unequal length coil to prevent vibration. The use of Inox, the most heat resistant steel, means consistent spring tension, hot or cold. Available in four different tensions, fine-tuning is easy to achieve.


Zero vibration ball bearing system prevents vibrations from reaching the commutator. By mounting the endbell ball bearing between o-rings, ball bearing induced vibrations are prevented. The result is the elimination of power robbing brush bounce.


Swiss precision is recognized worldwide. The V2 endbell system is designed, developed, and produced in Switzerland.


Long life and power brushes available to suit any application. Two serrated face brush compounds are currently available with additional compounds and styles already in development.
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Old 08-09-2004, 11:16 PM   #18
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So are these round brushes slotted somewhere, or can they just rotate freely?
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The hoods the brushes sit in can allow them to rotate but as they contact the comm I don't think it is possible for them to pull say a 360

I have seen a Lehner run, you are right flat out insane.
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HeY!!!


I thought thatthe hacker system was only for monster trucks?? unless you guys were talking about it in a monster truck....
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The Hacker stuff can be used for just about anything. The C50 is made for monster trucks, large airplanes and helicopters. The C40 series is made for 1/10 scale type of stuff and the C40 S series fits well in most touring cars. The number of turns is roughly comparable to brushed motors, that is a C40-8S is similiar to an 8 turn, the C40-10S is similiar to a 10 turn.

The same hacker controller is used for both monster trucks and cars. The Car Sport and Car Comp as they are called, are currently being redesigned, but should be available soon. I think they may already be out in Germany.

so yes, the most advertised Hacker stuff in for Monster Trucks, but they make stuff for just about any Rc application.
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