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Old 10-01-2007, 05:45 AM   #46
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Sensored. And we gear them like normal 19 turns.
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Sensored. And we gear them like normal 19 turns.
Thanks, I have to stick then to my Max since it is sensorless.
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No problem. Glad it helped. I even saw some guys at my local track using the same SP 9.5T with LRP Sphere TC Spec.
Tested out the SP 9.5T with my Sphere TC Spec for the past 3 months already. Still using it i might add. The performance is impressive! I bet u guys should give it a try. Friends of mine running the 3.5T in our local track. Either racing or bashing. Would rather stand there and listen to the roaring whistling sound caming out from the motor itself when the car passes by! Tempting!

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Normally any BL motor works with the MMax, i know someone who runs Lrp Vector X11 4.0T on his.
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are these the same as the orion motors?
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Supposedly they are the same as the Orions but im sure there will be subtle differences in them. What that would be im not sure as brushless is another learning curve.
I havent had the chance to run my 4.5T and 3.5T let alone against other brands to actually compare but have to say they look the job and time will tell.
I have heard guys complaining about the Orion motors but then again there is always pros and cons to any product.
At the moment i am waiting for the Speedpassion esc to be available and hope to have it in the next 2 weeks.
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I ran both back to back on the same gearing and they felt the same. However, there could be differences in which rotor each manufacture decided to fit to sell from std. I know the one i ran from Orion had same rotor as my SP - but i understand that since then Orion have started shipping with a smaller rotor.
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Look at the latest RS 540 BL1 it's sensorless.
Could somebody tell me instead of it's genuine Exige, which ESC could use this kind of motors?
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hey,
anyone here know whats the RPM/volt for the competition 6.5r SP motor?

i cant seem to find the specs on it

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What sort of gearing are you running the 9.5 at? Are you running carpet or asphalt? Foam or rubber?
running at 6.38 on asphalt with rubber tires.
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hey,
anyone here know whats the RPM/volt for the competition 6.5r SP motor?

i cant seem to find the specs on it

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i posted here because i cant see the 6.5 anywhere on the site
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hey,
anyone here know whats the RPM/volt for the competition 6.5r SP motor?

i cant seem to find the specs on it

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if i recall correctly i think is 49,680 rpm,6.900 rpm/volt,332Watts
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thanks! btw, where'd ya find that info?
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