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Old 11-08-2007, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default Tamiya stock tz 23T Vs brusshles? Witch one?

Idea? Whitch brussless have same racing parameters like as Tamiya stock tz?
In a real race enviroment... not in their manuals..
LRP X11 13.5? Have somebody experience?
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Idea? Whitch brussless have same racing parameters like as Tamiya stock tz?
In a real race enviroment... not in their manuals..
LRP X11 13.5? Have somebody experience?
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Closest brushless equivalent would definitely be one of the various 13.5 motors with a sintered rotor in it, should be a VERY close match to the 23 turn you mentioned.....
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Closest brushless equivalent would definitely be one of the various 13.5 motors with a sintered rotor in it, should be a VERY close match to the 23 turn you mentioned.....
So the lrp x11 13.5 is bonded in the specification. You suggest that lrp x11 13.5 is not the best choice?
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Im rookie in the electric car racing. Some other people in my team have tamiya stock 23T brushed. I would like to go to the next competition in my country but i don't know whitch motor is the best choice among the lot of tamiya super stock tz's racers.

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So the lrp x11 13.5 is bonded in the specification. You suggest that lrp x11 13.5 is not the best choice?
Witch one?
Im rookie in the electric car racing. Some other people in my team have tamiya stock 23T brushed. I would like to go to the next competition in my country but i don't know whitch motor is the best choice among the lot of tamiya super stock tz's racers.

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For racing in competition you will need to check whether brushless can be use or not. Like in my local track brushless are not allowed in 23T stock even you are using the equivalent brushless let's say a Speed Passion 11.5T.
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That's true, you do need to make sure they'll allow brushless motors to race with 23 turns, & you might ask if they do whether they require using a bonded rotor in it or if they allow sintered rotors. If they allow them with sintered rotors, then likely any of the popular 13.5 motors will be fine with a sintered rotor in it(& all of them as far as I know can be updated to use one or already come with one, like Novak's 13.5 Pro).....
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