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Old 07-06-2006, 09:48 PM
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Originally Posted by nekmiyevo2
um... I get it now.
hopefully, it will be cheap
(offtopic: I am also thinking to drift with it, so is it fast enough?)
dude if its like a reg stock motor with a lot of tourgh, its perfect for beginers, then u could get a 4800 or the 5800

and i know i suck at spelling so dont pick on the po po child
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:00 PM
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so what's the differences between
SS13.5 and Crawler 18.5

which one is faster?

if the 13.5 is like the 27T brushed, then... 18.5 will be slower like the silver can motor?

is it probably faster then a trinty 23T (my friend said it's stock) (dunno which one)
i want to see how fast is it. I am hoping it'll be faster than that.
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by nekmiyevo2
so what's the differences between
SS13.5 and Crawler 18.5

which one is faster?

if the 13.5 is like the 27T brushed, then... 18.5 will be slower like the silver can motor?

is it probably faster then a trinty 23T (my friend said it's stock) (dunno which one)
i want to see how fast is it. I am hoping it'll be faster than that.
rock crawling needs low end power, that why most people use lathe motors,

its just like real life crawling, you need low end to get those big tires around oddly shaped rocks and objects, rock crawlers are not about speed
and the crawler will prb be wayy slower, and have more low end, but i duno alot about eletric motors, just my idea
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:25 PM
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so they have high pull power (touque?i can't spell)
it's for monster trucks.

so anyone knows when it'll be out?
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:27 PM
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Tower says "August."

For the record, it looks like Horizon also leaked info about these motors prior to Novak's official announcement.
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:30 PM
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so it's seprated from the esc and the motor?
gtb and the ss13.5
and why gtb? I know it's smaller but $20 more then the SS+, but what else? the fan?
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:34 PM
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Originally Posted by nekmiyevo2
so it's seprated from the esc and the motor?
gtb and the ss13.5
and why gtb? I know it's smaller but $20 more then the SS+, but what else? the fan?
its more programable

so they have high pull power (touque?i can't spell)
it's for monster trucks.

so anyone knows when it'll be out?
it could be for cars,

think, rc car pulls
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double post, sorry
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:41 PM
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Originally Posted by TimPotter
A motor manufacturer can send a motor, or a Dozen motors for that matter to be Dyno'd, knowing that the motor is not as strong as the ones they want to sell. Some people call it sandbagging. So the motor they get approved is really capable of more.

How do you police the manufacturers after approval ? It is not practicle or cost effective to do so.
Simple for me... A BIG FAT Fine... on the MFG... That will clear up that crap, just like the other forms of racing.... Look, if you go to a big race, and ROAR has there "approved" dyno or messuring device at the event, plug it in, and it is over the limit, fine them. Do it again and the fine goes up... The reason the MFG even exists is because we as customers are buying... I understand the next point will be to say the MFG will not set still for this... they can not control what the customer does. But you can sure surpise test the team drivers equipment. No team drivers, get DQed, teams get fined. It really is pretty simple... It just takes a little thinking and action, which seems to be missing, action would require people to pick a side and stand. ROAR does not want to upset the racer, or the MFG...
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Originally Posted by UCHEATULOSE
2006 rules who knows what 2007 will bring?
I don't see brushless at the Bird's until Trinity makes one.
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by 17driver
I don't see brushless at the Bird's until Trinity makes one.
or when trinity quits whining

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Old 07-07-2006, 12:03 AM
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I am all over this. I love racing and running pack after pack at the track but hate having to pester friends to cut my motors all the time and swapping motors. Having a brushless thats fast like a good stock but without the motor trouble would be great.
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Originally Posted by Marcos.J
or when trinity quits winning
"winning" or "whining"?

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Well, there is some hope for the future of brushless at the birds.. Trinity now has a brushless motor. It's for 18th scale vehicles, but it's a step in the right direction. They'll probably have 10 scale motors out soon enough and then you'll see them being more widely accepted.
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If it takes off great. It will be like the oval guys running 4300 brushless. But really it just comes down to another class cause no way in hell are you gonna run a 27t stocker and brushless on the track together there will be way to many people bickering. Its not worth it. Bad for racing.
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