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Old 10-11-2003, 04:58 AM
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Originally posted by Sushi Boy
Hey Dave,

Any new news on the 23T stuff? I'm thinking abotu getting one to mess around with over here in the states. Which seems to be the best high RPM based motor out there? Or even the best all rounder? I can get the Tamiya's around here, but are those any good??

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LR and SR Yokomo
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and Xenon Kin

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Old 10-13-2003, 10:18 AM
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Who have been used 23T REAL new stock motor<6 port,3 port>?
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Originally posted by bambaa
Who have been used 23T REAL new stock motor<6 port,3 port>?
There are 4 types of Tectro 23T stocks they are very similar to the new Yokomo series...the 6 Pole type is rather nice... Lots of torque..... and the motor stays quite cool

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Old 10-13-2003, 11:07 PM
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JDM, got a pic of the Luna STC-X 23T and how does it compare to say the Atlases?
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Originally posted by proudwinner
JDM, got a pic of the Luna STC-X 23T and how does it compare to say the Atlases?

The STC-X is a great 23t laydownbrush motor that has a very wide torque curve..gear it around 5.3~5.5

the ATLAS motors are good to......there's just to many to choose from

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23T REAL 6port motor VS 23T yokomo LT motor.What's more HP?Thank you
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Originally posted by bambaa
23T REAL 6port motor VS 23T yokomo LT motor.What's more HP?Thank you

LT by far
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Old 10-14-2003, 02:39 AM
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How is the Mirage Stock?? Tested some??
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Hi Dave,

I have a couple of questions. With the motors with one stand up and one lay down brush wish one is on the positive and negative side?
K.O. have some kind of Booster. Does it help in stock, and in modified also why does KO drivers don't use it. Not legal I heard? Becouse I saw a KO booth on an expo and they gave a demo and it seemed to make a motor be as fast with less apm draw. True?

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anyone know why the whole thing inside the Kawada V-Stock R is black?
any comments on that as i have the laydown version but it's still not been tested yet(i need track time
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Old 10-21-2003, 12:20 AM
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It could be part of what Kawada calls r-coating ,it helps with cooling ,I'll check mine and see ,i have never taken it apart before .Kawada is using this process on all there motors now,including there newer 23t motors.If the motor has the new DSE connectors .then it does have the r-coating,and it helps to reduce heat.

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yeah that's what i can deduce from the japanese brochure...mine does not have the DSE connectors.
does it really have any effects?
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I'm use SR or real 6 port motor use which bursh & spring best ?
Putnam bursh bester ?

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I have talked to people who have a Kawada 23t motor ,one that has the r-coating and one that didn't and they said that there was a slight temp differrence between them.So i would have to say that the r-coating works,and you know what they say a cooler motor = more power.
As for the DSE connectors i wish other motor companies would do something similiar to there motors,just makes for a great connection .
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Originally posted by LeoChan
I'm use SR or real 6 port motor use which bursh & spring best ?
Putnam bursh bester ?

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Which Tectro 6 port motor stand up or Laydown.???

But I am using the Putnam X-brush for both the +&- on the SR and I noticed a bit more Torque and RPM with this brush and the Standard Springs

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