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Old 05-07-2008, 05:41 PM
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has any one used this motor? looks like a roar stock
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says it has a quad rotor.. whatever that is.
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No brushed motors in my pits....
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says it has a quad rotor.. whatever that is.
that would mean there is 4 stacks of wires around the arm, as opposed to most other stock motors have 3..
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has any one used this motor? looks like a roar stock
i use it to hold my papers down on my desk
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Originally Posted by geeunit1014 View Post
that would mean there is 4 stacks of wires around the arm, as opposed to most other stock motors have 3..
That would make it illegal per roar rules then. I think the quad rotor is the actual rotor pole has 2 groves in it instead of 1 like the CO27's. It would take away more material, lighter and have more RPM at the expense of torque. Im sure when Jim or Chad see this they will chime in on exactly what the differences are. I have not seen a pic of it yet other than the can.

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It'll keep the brushed guys rabid for another year... yeah.
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http://www.teamtrinity.com/shop/item.asp?item=TRI16301
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i wonder if there are any tuning companies looking into this?
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Hi guys, Jim and I did the testing for this new motor. we had many new designs of laminations and we found this new design to be the very best of them all on the track with the fastest single lap and overall run during our test sessions, and Jim certainly found that the dyno's backed it up. It is the successor to the already popular Co27.
The Quad means that the armature has 4stacks of laminations on the shaft (not 4 poles) where as the CO27 i beleive has 2 stacks or only one gap in the laminations.
It should be really good, and it is roar legal.

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Originally Posted by Paul L View Post
Hi guys, Jim and I did the testing for this new motor. we had many new designs of laminations and we found this new design to be the very best of them all on the track with the fastest single lap and overall run during our test sessions, and Jim certainly found that the dyno's backed it up. It is the successor to the already popular Co27.
The Quad means that the armature has 4stacks of laminations on the shaft (not 4 poles) where as the CO27 i beleive has 2 stacks or only one gap in the laminations.
It should be really good, and it is roar legal.

thanks, paul
how would you think it fares for offroad applications for buggy and truck?
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Hi Paul,

Do you know when it is going to be submitted to ROAR so it is on the ROAR Approved list ?
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B4James: I guess that i was mistaken to say that it is roar approved, what i ment to say is that it meets all Roar specs. the motor has ben sent out to be approved. so it should be roar legal sometime next week or just after.
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