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Old 10-26-2006, 10:32 PM
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i see alot out there for endbell cooling on brushed motors; what are you guys using for BL? i can imagine a traditional heat sink with a fan atop or near it would be ideal.

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Old 10-27-2006, 12:24 AM
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i see alot out there for endbell cooling on brushed motors; what are you guys using for BL? i can imagine a traditional heat sink with a fan atop or near it would be ideal.

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If you're using a Novak BL motor then you can wait for their motor heat sink. The heat sink is to replace the centre purple sleeve. You can install a fan on the heat sink too.
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Well my mamba max motor hasn't gotten no where near hot enough to worry about it...Geared to Jupitor and back and no thermo or overheating of the motor..
But yea you can get the Team Tamale fan mount and just have both fans pointing over the motor can to help cool it also...
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