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Old 05-24-2007, 11:52 AM   #1
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This is Much-More Brushless Motor MOTOREAL.

Much-More will have two kinds of Brushless Motors and this MOTOREAL is one of the kinds and this is modified spec.
MOTOREAL will be available with 3.5Z, 4.5Z for On-road Touring, and 5.5Z and 6.5Z for Off-road racing.


More Information : http://rcforum.co.kr/news/entry/Much...Motor-MOTOREAL
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Old 05-24-2007, 12:10 PM   #2
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Yawn. SpeedPassion.
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Yawn. SpeedPassion.
not SP,
SP same is OEM Order !
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not SP,
SP same is OEM Order !
You're telling me that's not a motor built by SpeedPassion with a MuchMore label on it? Really? What did MuchMore do, exactly, other than design the sticker?

It's the same old story as everybody else's motors, with a different sticker. I'm sure it's convenient for people they sponsor, and I'm sure they'll sell them, but lets not be fooled, this is nothing special or new.
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not SP,
SP same is OEM Order !
Is the MuchMore Motoreal motor sensored or sensorless?

In what ways does it differ from the SpeedPassion Motor?

What is the price?

When will it be available?

What is the price of the MuchMore motor controller?
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Old 05-24-2007, 12:47 PM   #6
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Sweet!...........A motor I can't get serviced for three months or more. Does the mythical "PC interface" work on this, too?
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This motor from China ,
You same can OEM to this Motor Co.
Trinity , GM , Orion ...same is OEM this Co.
we Co. same have these motor !
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Yawn. SpeedPassion.
so they're like the Epic of brushless?
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This motor from China ,
You same can OEM to this Motor Co.
Trinity , GM , Orion ...same is OEM this Co.
we Co. same have these motor !
Right, the name of that Chinese OEM company is SpeedPassion.

http://www.speedpassion.net/
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Right, the name of that Chinese OEM company is SpeedPassion.

http://www.speedpassion.net/
The Much More has no vents and the Speed Passion does.
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Right, the name of that Chinese OEM company is SpeedPassion.

http://www.speedpassion.net/
not !
all motor from this co. !
http://www.feigao.com/sdp/85838/4/main-102731.html
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Yawn. SpeedPassion.
Just curious to know why you have such a problem with this brand?
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It's the same old story as everybody else's motors, with a different sticker. I'm sure it's convenient for people they sponsor, and I'm sure they'll sell them, but lets not be fooled, this is nothing special or new.
I'm sure you like to think you are uncovering some big conspiracy, but the truth it this is normal business. Do you know that 80% of consumer purchases are OEM products. Here's an example, there are only 3 major LCD screen manufactures in the world. Not counting the cheap knock-off factories in China. So there are three brands of screens, now how many different companies sell LCD monitors and TV's...hundreds.

The fact is you can only reinvent the wheel so many times. If you are looking for the bleeding edge stuff then maybe MuchMore isn't for you. However don't come on here and discount their products for meeting customer demand. They are a business like any other.
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Right, the name of that Chinese OEM company is SpeedPassion.

http://www.speedpassion.net/
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You're correct---this is normal business.

Novak designed and tooled up the original sensored, brushless motor that could be accepted for controlled racing, and still builds all Novak motors here in sunny California.

Then Chinese companies knocked-off the design. Now, every motor company can OEM and re-badge the Chinese motor and everyone will be happy.
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