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Old 06-23-2004, 04:28 PM
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Originally posted by racenut123
I am in the states,where could I order the Yokomo 23turn st motor from in asia?
John,

I still have a contact in Japan and he can get them for me....it will take a few weeks. Let me know if you want me to get one for you. I would like to run 23T 8min races here in the US too

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Old 06-23-2004, 04:35 PM
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Originally posted by P2
John,

I still have a contact in Japan and he can get them for me....it will take a few weeks. Let me know if you want me to get one for you. I would like to run 23T 8min races here in the US too

Paul
Good luck finding a ST right now in Japan... you might be able to get the Older version... Black endbell, but not the newer version Gray end bell.... Very popular right now ... maybe 2-3 weeks before Yokomo has more..??? bu then again some small shops might have a few
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Old 06-23-2004, 05:39 PM
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man! now i wanna race japanese stock for 8 mins 5 mins is a bit short and you run out of time to catch people.. but then again 8 mins gives you more time to choke and lose the lead.

mike.. lets move to nor cal and join rc-zombies and start an 8min stock class there!
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
Good luck finding a ST right now in Japan... you might be able to get the Older version... Black endbell, but not the newer version Gray end bell.... Very popular right now ... maybe 2-3 weeks before Yokomo has more..??? bu then again some small shops might have a few
-Dave
dave YGPM sir... btw.. how much do these 23T motors run?
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Old 06-23-2004, 07:17 PM
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Originally posted by Hebiki
dave YGPM sir... btw.. how much do these 23T motors run?
You have a PM Back Chris


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Old 06-23-2004, 09:24 PM
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
Good luck finding a ST right now in Japan... you might be able to get the Older version... Black endbell, but not the newer version Gray end bell.... Very popular right now ... maybe 2-3 weeks before Yokomo has more..??? bu then again some small shops might have a few
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What are the different between those two yokomo motor?
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Originally posted by OVA
What are the different between those two yokomo motor?
the rotor and the can are the same...just the newer end bell has better vibration control and it has a the caps on the ecu board like the EPIC endbells do..
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Dave,

What is the difference between the new Tamiya 23t compared to the older versions?
Any additional info?


Ben2Ben

Any on-track info yet.


Thanks guys.

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Dave..... It may sound crazy to you....I'm thinking of putting together a yok's SR arm into a Reedy Ti can with Orion V2 endbell to prepare for an endurance race ..... 1hr run. Have tried this crazy hybrid motor?
 
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Originally posted by tornado
Dave..... It may sound crazy to you....I'm thinking of putting together a yok's SR arm into a Reedy Ti can with Orion V2 endbell to prepare for an endurance race ..... 1hr run. Have tried this crazy hybrid motor?
?? the SR would last just as long for one hour in it Original can... BUt Go for it.. you you have some sort of way you test the out put of the motor besides the track...maybe a Dyno to se if your not waisting your time

anyways go for it...who knows it might just work...
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Old 06-24-2004, 02:44 AM
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are these motors timing adjustable?
if so maybe thats why there faster then some 19t motors?
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Originally posted by tornado
Dave..... It may sound crazy to you....I'm thinking of putting together a yok's SR arm into a Reedy Ti can with Orion V2 endbell to prepare for an endurance race ..... 1hr run. Have tried this crazy hybrid motor?
why not use the kr/pt can?
its better then the ti can
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Thx dave ..
 
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Originally posted by trf racer
are these motors timing adjustable?
if so maybe thats why there faster then some 19t motors?
Nope fixed timing ...

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Originally posted by trf racer
why not use the kr/pt can?
its better then the ti can
I have tried the SR & ST rotor in the Reedy 19T quad mag can and they just lost power and RPM... The magnets are really good in the 3rd Gen Yokomo can
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