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Old 10-21-2004, 02:36 PM   #1
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Default Newbie questions.

I am a total newbie when it comes to Electric motors.

I have only driven my Losi XXX-T with 19 Turn original motor, Speed Gems 15x2 and P-94 15x2.
The original 19 Turn motor sucks. the Speed gems 15x2 is ok, but the 15x2 P-94 is really nice.

If I was to get Trinity Monster Stock Pro (27 Turn Stock motor)
or Trinity Chameleon Pro (19 Turn motor),
Would that be alot less powerful than the 15x2 P-94 ??

If I had these motors in the same kind of car and they would be geared perfectly, what would the difference be like ?

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The P-94 will be the fastest of the bunch. Then the Speed Gem, Stock then 19. That 19 is a very "get you moving" motor, not exactly a wheel spinner. The MHP is a fast motor so....

The P-94 is in a completely different class simply because its hand wound...that right there sets it apart. The only way to match that motor would be to get another hand wound motor of the same turn/wind configuration.

The P-94 is a "race" based mod motor......the MHP is a "race" based stock motor.....the 19 is your backup.
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It has a lot to do with the way its wound, whether it has bearings or not, what kind of brushes and springs, etc. It's not just the number of winds. As you learn more, you'll understand the differences more. Good luck.
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The rabit hole goes increadibly deep....but stick with it.
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