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Old 01-29-2007, 10:33 PM   #1
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What fan fit MM fan posts. 25x25mm or 30x30mm ?
I'm using regular motors : Yokomo stock 23T and old Reedy KR

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Novak 5647 is what you need. 25x25x10mm.
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Old 01-30-2007, 12:47 AM   #3
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Thanks,

So I can mount this one on it.
http://www.delta.com.tw/product/cp/d...25x25x10mm.pdf

scroll down and see the spec for : AFB02505HHA

It's 5V. I think it's better because it has more amp than muchmore (MM only 0.05A , while this one is 0.16A and the new one is 0.24A). But also cheaper than MM ( see on RCmart for MM and on this site for Delta 25x25 fan)

So MM fan is too expensive and not so powerful to blow air for the mod. motor

Any better fan than this delta fan ?....
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I can't say, no expirence. Although that Delta fan does look exactally the same as the novak in every way. All the 10mm tall fans will push a pretty similar amount of air. If it draws more amps it might push more air, since I suppose there must be more load on it, and thus it must be moving more air.
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.......If it draws more amps it might push more air, since I suppose there must be more load on it, and thus it must be moving more air.
That's exactly my point ... more amp more air but lot cheaper in price. While for load issue ... The amp won;t dump the batts so fast (IMO)....
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