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Old 07-23-2003, 04:48 PM
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Can you say Epoxy balanced rotors on a 23T Stock motor!!!

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Old 07-23-2003, 04:56 PM
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
Can you say Epoxy balanced rotors on a 23T Stock motor!!!

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interesting spiral'd slots dividing the poles and the comm...

less arching possibly?...any comments?..
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interesting spiral'd slots dividing the poles and the comm...

less arching possibly?...any comments?..

well I have tried the same series of motor that has the standard slit in the rotor and ...the spiral`d rotor seems to have more power everywere!! also the motor pulls more amps too


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WHOA, thats cool. I might have to get one of those just to try out and see how it is! Where can I get one of those over here in the States?

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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
Can you say Epoxy balanced rotors on a 23T Stock motor!!!

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HPI stock 23 turn (orion made) is also epoxy balanced. Not bad.
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dave: are they better than the yokomo's?
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found that no 1 here is talking bout the tamiya's motor... is tamiya's one very poor???
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interesting spiral'd slots dividing the poles and the comm...

less arching possibly?...any comments?..
My guess this improves the surface contact between the comm and the brush which provides an almost continuous flow of current resulting in the increase of amp draw...

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Originally posted by blixelX
found that no 1 here is talking bout the tamiya's motor... is tamiya's one very poor???
I use the tamiya motors myself... i actually race them at my lhs... imho, they shouldnt be used with batteries that cannot keep the punch... using matched pack/cells will do much better... and dont over gear them... i fried a super stock type r... temped @ 275 degrees f... burnt the comm, fried the wires... i could not change my ratio because i did not have an extra pinion but i like the tamiya motors

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Originally posted by TA03 Drive Hard
I use the tamiya motors myself... i actually race them at my lhs... imho, they shouldnt be used with batteries that cannot keep the punch... using matched pack/cells will do much better... and dont over gear them... i fried a super stock type r... temped @ 275 degrees f... burnt the comm, fried the wires... i could not change my ratio because i did not have an extra pinion but i like the tamiya motors

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what is the gear ratio u use??
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Well at the time i burnt the motor it was a 112/51 i have a ta04-trf... it was fast but it could not handle slowing in the turns and then full throttle... if i had been street/drag racing then i wouldnt have had that prob but right now im using p2k2 120/40...
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Originally posted by davioh
dave: are they better than the yokomo's?
the Yokomo SR has just a tad bit more rpm( 2000 rpm more ) but the ECHO PQ puts the power down in the infield and my lap times are much faster with the ECHO motor...and I can gear this motor in the 5.5 range and it Rips...but 8 mins is kind of a pinch with the batterys that I have heheheh

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anyways the Yokomo, Xenon and ECHO new motors just are AWESOME!!!! they really over power the new ATLAS motors....
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anyone try the new kawada 23t balck rotor motor? this motor looks promising. my LHS can get only a few types of 23t so this is the latest in my country. hope to hear so feedbacks.
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anyone try the new kawada 23t balck rotor motor? this motor looks promising. my LHS can get only a few types of 23t so this is the latest in my country. hope to hear so feedbacks.

the Black Rotor Kawada 23T`s a re not to bad...you can gear them 1~2 teeth larger on the pinion 48P and still have the same run time and punch....also a bit motr RPM from them..... but it`s still the same arm under the black coating unlike the new Yokomo and ECHO rotors which are new ...but if you do get the new style 23T from Kawada...get the Laydown version....best overall power and RPM

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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
the Black Rotor Kawada 23T`s a re not to bad...you can gear them 1~2 teeth larger on the pinion 48P and still have the same run time and punch....also a bit motr RPM from them..... but it`s still the same arm under the black coating unlike the new Yokomo and ECHO rotors which are new ...but if you do get the new style 23T from Kawada...get the Laydown version....best overall power and RPM

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yes this is good i been using it,,,,
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