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Old 02-23-2008, 11:34 PM   #1
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Default LRP Vector 3-Star with Sintered Rotor?

Hy there!

I plan to run a sintered rotor in my vector 3 Star. No my question wich one i should choose the 12,5mm or the 13mm one, and how would be the characteristic of the motor then?

I hope more tourqe and less rpm, but i dont know. Has anybody tried it jet? and with wich X11 Vector does the 3-Star match?

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From what I have seen at the track the smaller rotors tend to be easier to drive, and generate more rpm using less current. I think if you have the grip the bigger rotor can be faster... I'm trying to find a smaller rotor for x-11 to see if thats the case.
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