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Old 02-22-2011, 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by lowroad View Post
Stick with castle. For one it doesn't say "for 1/0 shortcourse brushless motor" on the can.

Two, you can get the sct combo and sell the esc, making that motor the same price as this one.

Three, support.

Four, proven.

just my .02

The pro sct motor is 2400kv, this motor is 4600kv, they have another that's 5200kv. Not exactly the same as the castle motor.
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Old 02-22-2011, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Vegatron75 View Post
The pro sct motor is 2400kv, this motor is 4600kv, they have another that's 5200kv. Not exactly the same as the castle motor.
does castle not make a 4 pole 4600kv36x50 sized motor? Oh wait, yes, they do.
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Originally Posted by lowroad View Post
does castle not make a 4 pole 4600kv36x50 sized motor? Oh wait, yes, they do.

36x50 aint the same as 36x63!!! I think you talking about the smaller 540 size motors, These motors have a longer can and a much larger rotor.

That castle 4600 is made for 2wd, these are not.

Very clever w/ the whole, "oh wait" stuff, sounds like something a teen-age girl would say. Good stuff homie....


Model Number:SC401
Scale:1:10 Short Course
Size:36x 63 mm,Shaft D:5mm
KV::4600KV
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Originally Posted by Vegatron75 View Post
36x50 aint the same as 36x63!!! I think you talking about the smaller 540 size motors, These motors have a longer can and a much larger rotor.

That castle 4600 is made for 2wd, these are not.

Very clever w/ the whole, "oh wait" stuff, sounds like something a teen-age girl would say. Good stuff homie....


Model Number:SC401
Scale:1:10 Short Course
Size:36x 63 mm,Shaft D:5mm
KV::4600KV
ok, "homie"
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Originally Posted by lowroad View Post
ok, "homie"
I was expecting a "whatev".. You can do better than that...
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Ok, I'll be the guinea pig. I just ordered one. Only 59 bucks shipped. I ordered the 4600kv motor.
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Soon to be available in the USA.

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who wants to be the test dummy for the 1/8 scale stuff?
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Hope this helps. Get alot of emails concerning the specs of the SC401 line of motors

Motor Max Volts Max Amps Max Watts Dimensions Pinion
4600kv 18.0 180 2000 36x63 5mm
5200kv 15.0 200 2000 36x63 5mm
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Originally Posted by DirtyCookieX View Post
who wants to be the test dummy for the 1/8 scale stuff?
Which one you interested in ? X801 or X802 and what KV ?
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i'd be interested in the 1/8 motor in the 1500-1800kv, if one was made.
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The X801 is offered in 1900,2150 and 2500kv.

X802 is offered in 2100 and 2400kv
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