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Old 03-08-2008, 04:14 AM   #1
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“The next generation of high-performance brushless motors are here! Introducing the new Fantom ION Pro Brushless racing motors. These motors are built for racing and represents the latest in R/C brushless motor technology. The Fantom ION Pro Brushless motors are setting the new standard for Power, Efficiency, Reliability & Performance!Check out these features…

* Sintered Neodymium Magnet Rotor - Produces huge power and high efficiency. Also, the sintered design provides increased strength and durability to withstand the heat and rpm stresses of racing.

* Multi-strand Heavy Gauge Wire - Combined with the sintered neodymium magnet rotor, this combination produces the ultimate power and efficiency required for today’s high level racing.

* Sensored or Sensorless Operation - The ION runs sensored or sensorless, and is compatible with all popular racing speed controls.

* Generous Cooling Slots & Internal Cooling Fan - Helps keep motor cool under the stresses of competition. A cool motor also runs more efficiently, which means longer run time and maximized power throughout the run.

* Adjustable Timing - Provides fine-tuning for all racing conditions.
* Dual Ball Bearings - For maximum rpm and smooth operation.
* Includes sensor cable.
* Available in all popular winds.
* Meets ROAR and EFRA specifications.”
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Awesome motors.....

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So whose making them? Or is Fantom taking the initiative to hand wind their own cans?
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They look a lot like the trinity motors. The vent holes are exactly the same. The DUO's trinity offer are great, but either way, I'm sure the Fantom stuff is fast too
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another made in feigao???
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Definitely Feigao. You could probably swap rotors between all of them. I put a "Trinity" 13mm rotor in my Orion 13.5.
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But again, same can, but are they winding the cans themselves? Using their own bearings? Otherwise, I really see the end of "custom" motors in sight, since every companies will be an exact copy of the others. So the sticker will be the only difference.

Yes, you can wind your own brushless cans.
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