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Old 05-05-2006, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default New Trinity X Stock motor.

Seen this on Trinity's site this morning. Looks like a high rpm replacement for the Roar Epic stock. http://www.teamtrinity.com/shop/motors/binary2.html

Looks like now Trinity will have 3 killer stock motor's no matter what class you are racing!!!

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Ran the motor for the last couple weeks. Has more torque then the epic roar and tons of rpms. The motor finishes stronger at the end of the run also.
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How does it compare to the CO27?
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Seen this on Trinity's site this morning. Looks like a high rpm replacement for the Roar Epic stock. http://www.teamtrinity.com/shop/motors/binary2.html

Looks like now Trinity will have 3 killer stock motor's no matter what class you are racing!!!

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EA - Didnt you get the OEM e-mail on this? E-mail me if you didnt I will forward.

We already ordered ours.
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Old 05-05-2006, 08:45 PM   #5
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EA - Didnt you get the OEM e-mail on this? E-mail me if you didnt I will forward.

We already ordered ours.
Yes I got that too... Supposed to be here very soon.

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boy is this the motor i have been looking for

cant wait till i can buy one!!!
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Based on the SPEC's that Trinity has on their website I would expect the motor to perform as follows:

At 7.2 VOLTS:

MAX RPM = 33,400
MAX POWER = 92 Watts (may be up to 101 watts)
Torque at MAX Power = 7.8 oz-in (+/-) (55 Nmm) [up to 8.2 oz-in @ 101W]


At 5 Volts the Torque at MAX POWER = 7.3 oz-in (51.55 Nmm)
This is assuming an EFF=42.5%

This is based on calculations from the data posted on the Trinity site.
The torque posted on the site (91.0 Nmm) is MAX TORQUE which is equivalent to 12.9 oz-in (at 5volts).
MAX torque is not the same as Torque at Max POWER.

Hope this will help those that want to know the performance at 7.2 volts.

It will be interesting to see how close the calculations are to real performance once I test the motor.
NOTE: This is ONLY an approximation as not enough data is provided to calculate exact numbers. A 10% tolerance is within standards.
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i noticed there was a comment about the 'x' version being submitted to roar. i also noticed the site makes it appear like a retail/full price is 59.99. is the roar cap for stocks at 60 currently?

will be interesting to see this motor perform.
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has this got adjustable timing ??
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i noticed there was a comment about the 'x' version being submitted to roar. i also noticed the site makes it appear like a retail/full price is 59.99. is the roar cap for stocks at 60 currently?

will be interesting to see this motor perform.
The one for $59.99 will more then likely never be ROAR approved since it has bearings in it. If you read the discription it tells you that. The XX is bearings and the X is bushings. Not sure why they are producing that unless they want to try to change stock motors completely. I am assuming the whole bushing thing was done in the first place to keep the cost of the motors down.
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i don't get it....if it's got bearings, and according to the picture, no keyed endbell....it's not legal then.....
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iu think its just the XX that wont be ROAR aproved
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iu think its just the XX that wont be ROAR aproved
not roar aproved? odd so its a stock outlaw
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There are 2 versions

EPIC "X" = Bushings
EPIC "XX" = Bearings


We will be stocking the "X" unless I see a need or high demand for the "XX"
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just looked up the answer to my above post...max retail (with aftermarket tuning) $46. So either is being posted as a bogus markup, or the price will have to be adjusted to meet roar requirements.
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