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Old 02-12-2006, 11:25 PM   #1
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hi i was just wondering since i found this in my garage

and well i was wondering what turn is it??? but i also know that there is many turns made with this particular motor and so my other question is what is the turns made with this motor (all of them)

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oh yea how can i tell if it is hand or machine wound

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Old 02-13-2006, 12:13 AM   #2
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There were a number of Dirtinator Motors made by Trinity so you need to be more specific. Post a clear Pic and someone should be able to help you out.
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oh sorry

here u go...its the best pic i can get
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here u go...its the best pic i can get
Take the motor apart and show a clear picture of the armature. That will help identify the turns and if it's hand or machine wound
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oh here u go and once again im sorry for the awfull pics i need to get a new camera

well when i look at the gold wires on the armature it seems to be very uniform,...not a single wire is overlapping the other (it's not going side to side or going over each other in a cross look way) and is very neatly done

and the can is just a regular two magnet

well heres the pics
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That motor you have there is actually a Trinity D2.Not sure WHY it has a dirtinator sticker on it.Dirt motor's were black canned.
It's a hand wound mod motor and the same quality then as a cobalt is today.
They were $59.99-79.99 new depending on where purchased.

If the bottom of the can is NOT marked(trinity didnt do this but others did) and the armature isnt marked in some way it's almost impossible to know what wind it is.Expecially by pictures.

Someone with alot of knowledge could come CLOSE to telling you what wind it is ONLY if they have it in their hands.

You can however tell if it's a single,double,triple,quad,Hex or Quint by counting how many wires go around the 3 tabs at the top of the motor by the comm itself.

Hope this info helps.

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That motor you have there is actually a Trinity D2.Not sure WHY it has a dirtinator sticker on it.Dirt motor's were black canned.
It's a hand wound mod motor and the same quality then as a cobalt is today.
They were $59.99-79.99 new depending on where purchased.

If the bottom of the can is NOT marked(trinity didnt do this but others did) and the armature isnt marked in some way it's almost impossible to know what wind it is.Expecially by pictures.

Someone with alot of knowledge could come CLOSE to telling you what wind it is ONLY if they have it in their hands.

You can however tell if it's a single,double,triple,quad,Hex or Quint by counting how many wires go around the 3 tabs at the top of the motor by the comm itself.

Hope this info helps.

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how do u know if it is the trinty d2
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i have a team kinwald the dirtinator with the same sticker original here are pics i have no clue how many turns it is can u guys help me
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i have a team kinwald the dirtinator with the same sticker original here are pics i have no clue how many turns it is can u guys help me

how come ur can is black and mine is purple
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that is why the guy above told you yours is not a kinwald motor
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i used 2 race with him.
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i just got the chance to bring it out...AND HOLY CRAP THIS THING IS FAST

and this motor is how old
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