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Old 03-17-2003, 11:12 PM   #1
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Exclamation Brushless motor. WOW!!!

I recently bought a HACKER C40 motor with a HACKER Sport controller. Installed it in my L3t and IT FLIES . I have a 64pitch 120tooth spur & a 20tooth pinion and let me tell you, the speeds are simply astounding. I can't imagine at least on the low end much of anything beating it. It punches out of the corners like a mad psychotic adrenaline driven machine. Just posted this thread so we can get some other experiences & feedback. IT RULES!!!
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Old 03-17-2003, 11:15 PM   #2
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If you think the sport controller is good you should try the Competition speedie, they are even better, we are using Hacker C40- six turn and the comp seppedie in touring cars, and they are equivalent to a well tuned 8 turn, but go that hard for a full 5 minutes.
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how is the heat-development in the C40 6T/comp controller ?
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the speedie gets hotter than a normal speedie, but the motor is cooler. We tested them with a laser temp gun at a gas meeting, and i think it was about 60 degrees. i believe this is the normal operating temp.

We did have a one go into thermal, the other weekend, but it was in the thirties, the person geared down a bit and all was fine.
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Out of interest..what gearing did you have it when the thermal cutoff came in? It's a good 30+ over here and when I use to run my Modeltech (same as Hacker) BL on TC it got really warm. It may be worth taking it out of retirement if it marries up to a L3T better!
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not sure exactly, but i think it was in the 25-26mm area.

I have run mine at about 21-22 and it seems to go very well.
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Thks. I may give that a try!
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