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Old 07-24-2007, 01:08 PM   #1
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Im new to electrics.

Here guys race 19T and they accept the equivalent in brushless, whoch alternatives do i have ?

In case of brushless, do i have to race lipos or can maintain normal nimh batts ?

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Hi,
Im new to electrics.
Here guys race 19T and they accept the equivalent in brushless, whoch alternatives do i have ?
In case of brushless, do i have to race lipos or can maintain normal nimh batts ?
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Usually the 10.5 (aka4300) from Novak are "comparible" to a 19T
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Usually the 10.5 (aka4300) from Novak are "comparible" to a 19T


Just the PRO one ? : http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXRHU2&P=ML

Or the sport too ? : http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXRST7&P=ML


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Depends on the track, surface and driving style on which one is closest. If you are buying new then the Pro is the way to go. The sintered rotor is much more reliable.
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And wich kind of batts do i have to buy for 19T racing ?. I dont plan to be REALLY ON THE EDGE, just have some fun and be competitive at least during 2007 ... 2008 will be a year for getting serious on electric touring ... im low on budget right now ...

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And wich kind of batts do i have to buy for 19T racing ?. I dont plan to be REALLY ON THE EDGE, just have some fun and be competitive at least during 2007 ... 2008 will be a year for getting serious on electric touring ... im low on budget right now ...

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It all really depends on what your track allows. If they allow sintered rotor brushless in their 19T class then thats the way to go. But if you are just starting and they have a stock class I would really start there. For batts it also depends on what they allow. If they allow LIPO then thats the cheapest route to go. Get a carbon 3200.
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It all really depends on what your track allows. If they allow sintered rotor brushless in their 19T class then thats the way to go. But if you are just starting and they have a stock class I would really start there. For batts it also depends on what they allow. If they allow LIPO then thats the cheapest route to go. Get a carbon 3200.


Thanks for the info, here they race ONLY 19T class, and they accept the equivalent in Brushless (10.5 as i know now) ... about batts i dont have any idea ... which good couple of packs would be alternatives on nimh and lipo ?

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Nimh - EP4200 (more reliable then the IB4200)
Lipo - Orion Carbon 3200, Orion Platinum 4800 or maybe one of the Core 5000s
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19t brushless equivalent: Novak 13.5SS

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19t brushless equivalent: Novak 13.5SS

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...isn't 13.5 equivalent to a stock motor...?
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...isn't 13.5 equivalent to a stock motor...?
He was trying to make a joke.
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...isn't 13.5 equivalent to a stock motor...?
Joke....? Well, kinda....but it really depends on the size of the track....13.5 PRO can gear to the [email protected] some small or tight track, brushed 19T motor might not be any faster/better then a nicely geared 13.5 PRO.

But of course, if they accept brushless and mix with brushed, why settle with 13.5 when 10.5 PRO is allowed.
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Now just a question, some local guy said to me last night that if i go for the 10.5 PRO i have to install this thing on it in order to be equivalent to a 19T brushed :

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXPYT1&P=ML

Why ?, what it is for ?, what you think about it ?

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Now just a question, some local guy said to me last night that if i go for the 10.5 PRO i have to install this thing on it in order to be equivalent to a 19T brushed :

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXPYT1&P=ML

Why ?, what it is for ?, what you think about it ?

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The "PRO" version of the 10.5 already comes with that. It's a sintered rotor, which will allow the 10.5 motor to generate more power, and be closer to a 19T. But you'll already have it if you've got the 10.5 PRO motor. If you have one of the old 10.5 motors, which used to be called the SS 4300, you will need that kit. Those motors aren't sold anymore, though.
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does anybody else have a 10.5 like lrp or mamba or tekin or trinity? or is it only a novak game in that class
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