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Old 04-16-2013, 09:24 AM
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Latest from Trinity:

The hottest new 17.5 motor comes in 2 different stator configurations, 1 for high RPM and one for high torque, another first from Trinity!

Features:
Infinite timing adjustments
True zero point
New sensor board design
Open bearing on sensor end for easy cleaning and oiling
New lower resistance solder tabs
Maximized can cooling vents
Designed in the USA by Jim Dieter
Sensored design
Works with all popular racing speed controls

Specs:

Diameter: 35.7mm
Can length: 51.15mm (excludes shaft & plug)
Shaft: 3.16mm / 1/8th"
Weight: 161.7g (17.5)

REV1602R (High RPM) $139.99 MSRP
REV1602T (High Torque) $139.99 MSRP
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Team EAM mentioned it to us a couple days ago but nobody knew what Killshot was. That motor looks sweet.
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With all those vent holes your going to have to put a dirt diaper on it for off road .
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Originally Posted by mojoman81 View Post
With all those vent holes your going to have to put a dirt diaper on it for off road .
Except for the bearings which can be sprayed and re oiled, dirt doesn't really impact the inside of a brushless motor like it did with old brushed motors where contacts got dirty and brushes got hung.

Don't worry about the holes.
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Very few motors are sealed now days. I dont think the vent holes will be a problem.
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whats the difference between this, and the normal revtech? new can?
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I just like the endbell timing going to 80* hahaha

http://www.radiocontrolzone.com/showthread.php?t=268691

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Is the Kill Shot RcTech approved ?
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I think I just really like the name and the little imprint of a Gun on the 17.5 lol.
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Originally Posted by mojoman81 View Post
With all those vent holes your going to have to put a dirt diaper on it for off road .
I doubt its really going to be an issue...

Surely Jim and Ernie know what they are doing when they designed this
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Is the Kill Shot RcTech approved ?
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Who's going to be the first to run one at 80 of timing?
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Who's going to be the first to run one at 80 of timing?

ME at the Spring Fling!!!
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Who's going to be the first to run one at 80 of timing?
The first person with $139.99 burning a hole in their pocket
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