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Old 10-04-2004, 02:06 PM
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Default Re: Re: Luna ATT 23T motor

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Yep.. I have tried the ATT..that things got some Crazy torque!!! ..and I tend to gear in the it in the 5.2 range were I would normally gear a Yokomo ST in the 5.5 range... great motor... but as far as shimming it with teflon shims.. don`t waste your time... you will have better luck with getting more from the motor by messing with the brush hoods and getting the comm at it`s sweet spot.. 7.3mm
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between 5.2 to 5.5 range ?? Are you sure the motor is okay ? I follow Tamiya 23T RZ and it's says 6.5 to 7.5 as the final gear ratio. How hot the motor is ?

BTW, if 5.5 range is okay with you, well I'm gonna try yokomo motor
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Default Re: Re: Luna ATT 23T motor

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Yep.. I have tried the ATT..that things got some Crazy torque!!! ..and I tend to gear in the it in the 5.2 range were I would normally gear a Yokomo ST in the 5.5 range... great motor... but as far as shimming it with teflon shims.. don`t waste your time... you will have better luck with getting more from the motor by messing with the brush hoods and getting the comm at it`s sweet spot.. 7.3mm
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thanks for the advice dave....
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Originally posted by Matt Howard
Dave- I'll be making my maiden voyage into 23T racing at the end of the month at a Yokomo cup race here in S. Korea. My question is what is the fastest Yokomo 23T motor, from pics of the track it seems to be a good size and flowing so an RPM motor would probably be the ticket. I'll have to order it online so a good online shop would be nice too From what I've seen you guys gear these motors pretty high too, what kind of ratio should I start with?

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Matt... the Best all around Yokomo 23T motor is the ST...

the newer Gray Endbell version with the SGM chip on one end and if it's a pretty high speed layout... try 5.3 as a starting point
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between 5.2 to 5.5 range ?? Are you sure the motor is okay ? I follow Tamiya 23T RZ and it's says 6.5 to 7.5 as the final gear ratio. How hot the motor is ?

BTW, if 5.5 range is okay with you, well I'm gonna try yokomo motor
The RZ motor is more of a RPM based motor... so a good gearing point is in the 6.0-6.7 Range
also the Torque Based motors are basically all geared in the 5.2-5.8 Range depending on a few small factors
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
Matt... the Best all around Yokomo 23T motor is the ST...

the newer Gray Endbell version with the SGM chip on one end and if it's a pretty high speed layout... try 5.3 as a starting point
-Dave
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one more question, what's the difference between the LR, SR, and ST motors? Just curious
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Originally posted by Matt Howard
one more question, what's the difference between the LR, SR, and ST motors? Just curious
ST= Standup brush Torque motor.. 3mm core rotor 3 port
SR= Standup brush RPM motor..3mm core rotor 6 port
LR=Laydown brush RPM motor 3mm core rotor 6 port
LT=Laydown brush Torque motor 3mm core rotor 3 port

the LT is the king of dragbrake...
and the 3 port and 6 port..are the same as saying power tunnels..like Orion uses in there 27T stock motor..
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it all makes sense now, thanks again.
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Originally posted by Matt Howard
it all makes sense now, thanks again.
No problem... if you have more questions feel free to ask
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No problem... if you have more questions feel free to ask
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well since you mentioned it, what brushes would work good in these motors. I hear they get pretty hot, how would a quasar work in them? I ran the quasar in my TOP based 19T motors and it ran better than any of the high silver compound brushes, and made the motor run cooler allowing it to finish the race as fast as I started.
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Hi Matt,

You should ask Maj. Teeth to send you some brushes !!

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You should ask Maj. Teeth to send you some brushes !!

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I plan on it
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Default which motor???

guys...kindda new to the electric touring car hobby. any tips on which brand of motor is good to start with??? any opinion would be great...
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guys...kindda new to the electric touring car hobby. any tips on which brand of motor is good to start with??? any opinion would be great...
Super Stock 23T : Yokomo ST, Xenon Red or Gold .

Modified : try Orion's V2 or Peak Vantage (same as the V2)

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Hi guys..

just wondering if this kit is legal for 23T stock motor?? I mean, is it JMRCA legal??? we are having a race here and need to know if it is JMRCA leagl for stock...

BTW, Is there a stock race for IFMAR???? just curious and if yes... is it IFMAR approved too??? check this out.http://www.peakmotors.com/Motor+Acce...Adaptation+Kit
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