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Old 07-21-2006, 07:48 PM   #16
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Unless Novak made the parts of the 3.5 very strong somehow its going to be breaking up on 6 cells because its roughly 67,500 rpm without any load minus 400-500 kv with a load so about 67,000 rpm which is still very unsafe for a 540 size motor. Ohhh oh wait a minute I forgot it uses 360 size internals so it should be ok. Nevermind about the other stuff. But anyways its going to be crazy fast even if it is a sensored motor system.
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my 4.5 runs like a pissed 8 turn,my 5800 is about like a strong 19 turn and the 5.5 is about a 10 turn from what i can see when i ran them
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Old 07-21-2006, 09:45 PM   #18
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Old 07-21-2006, 11:33 PM   #19
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my 4.5 runs like a pissed 8 turn,my 5800 is about like a strong 19 turn and the 5.5 is about a 10 turn from what i can see when i ran them
I have found the same results

4.5=8 turn
5.5=10 turn
6.5= around a 12 turn
7.5= around a 14-15 turn
5800= very similar to a 19 turn
4800= very similar to a Stock 27 turn motor

There it is folks, The values are that

You can change different drive frequencies and other stuff to make it as different. Lets sa you got the 5.5, right? Around 10 turn speed. You can make it act like a 10x1 for high grip tracks, or a 10x2 for tracks where you would use... Kingpins, Ifmar Pins, Big Shots, Step Pins,(a more aggresive tire, or a 10x3 for more RPM, or even a 10x4 for total rpm, Huge fast flowing tracks high speed full throttle turns



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verry F*&%NG rude indeed !!! ... use alt + f4 and the mouse on the close thing to kill these bug site`ss ...



but on topic now again ->

can we see some fair dyno test results on these motors ???

I would sure like to see them in comparison with those of the mamba max 7700 !!!!!!!
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