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Old 08-27-2006, 05:34 AM   #1
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Cats and dogs are now sleeping together. The middle east is now at peace, and Trinity has release something of similar significance. You read the headline, you know where we are going with this. Trinity, longtime supporter of brushed technology has joined in on the brushless game with a grip of new releases. Instead of adding another controller to the market, Trinity stuck to what they made their bread and butter with...motors.

Three versions of the new "N" series of brushless motors are available.

All are "Sensorless" and will work with controlers designed for that style motor. Trinity claims that they released motors at the high end of the spectrum, with no faster motors being released. We'll be testing the motors as soon as we get on in the office.

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Old 08-27-2006, 05:41 AM   #2
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Interesting 12th and 10th motor:



Truck (boo! ) motor:

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Will these motors work with the Novak GTB speedcontroller?
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Old 08-27-2006, 07:58 AM   #4
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Sensorless means not legal for ROAR or IFMAR competition. However, probably great for bashers.
Rick, just because it is sensorless does not make it Not Roar legal. For the rules do allow sensored or sensorless brushless motors as long as the rotor and stator are within the dimensions specified.

8.7.5.1 Sensored or sensorless motors are allowed.
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Rick, just because it is sensorless does not make it Not Roar legal. For the rules do allow sensored or sensorless brushless motors as long as the rotor and stator are within the dimensions specified.

8.7.5.1 Sensored or sensorless motors are allowed.
You are correct, I was misinformed.
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I think everyone out there will be really suprised... I know for a fact this is going to be awesome.. look forward to racing it in the future....


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So which speedo to get for it?
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Can't wait!!
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I would use the Mamba Max speedo!!!!
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IMO Trinity can go stick those motors where the sun don't shine. Just more of their hypocritical practices. I wouldn't buy a Trinity brushless if it was the fastest most efficent motor in the world!!!!
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Brushless is the future. Even trinity realizes that. No need to bash.

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The first one looks like this and would be road legal because of the 380 size internals.
http://www.starluckrc.com/catalog/pr...roducts_id=130

The other one is probaly the same one that Castle is using in their system.
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Brushless is the future. Even trinity realizes that. No need to bash.

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Why not, I recall an add that they did bashing brushless...
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