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Motor Dyno Numbers for Spec Motors

Old 04-08-2007, 10:36 PM
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For a Trinity 21 Turn Spec motor what dyno number RPM, Draw ect would you say would be what you want to see in a tuned spec motor.
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I haven't actually run one on a dyno but running it in @ 2v with a break in fan most will pull in the mid 2 amp range. Thus far, I haven't seen one go over 3 yet.
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that depends on what voltage you are putting to the motor, also this is my $0.02 but dont get too caught up in the dyno #'s as Big Jim (RC Motor Builder for years, One of if not the Best) always said "the best test for a motor is the track"
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