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Old 12-06-2007, 04:31 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Swanny View Post
For fans its an edge to edge measurement. Motor fans are typically 30mm (except for the LRP one which is bigger). The LRP ESC uses a 25mm fan. The Novak brushless units I think use a 30mm fan.

I've just discovered the new, high output MuchMore fans - they move a lot of air. Anyone know what voltage they're rated for? I'm running my motor fans straight off the battery (which you have to in Australia) but I was wondering if that's too high for them?
I am also using the high speed MM fan on my eagle racing heatsink...

I wire it right to my TrakPower, and it CRANKS! Its moves alot of air, and its still kicking good
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