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Old 02-02-2007, 05:47 PM   #481
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I use the Orion Element and Peak Dynasty Motors. Anyone out here use them also?

I get about 11-Runs before I have to Cut the Comm. Anyone getting the same?

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Old 02-02-2007, 06:33 PM   #482
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does anyone know where I can get a "Hemi" wound 19t rotor for a KD?
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I too have some ready to ship.. Last shipping is tommorow till 11am then were going to be away at The Snowbird's....
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Old 02-08-2007, 04:09 AM   #486
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Old 02-11-2007, 08:40 PM   #487
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Sorry if this has been asked, but what are the differences between a hemi wind and regular wind?
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team brood has them in stock.. we have had them since before the birds..
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Sorry if this has been asked, but what are the differences between a hemi wind and regular wind?
Easy to show, but a bit tricky to describe...

"hemi" winds are identified by the wires coming out from the armature coil, STRAIGHT (parallel to the armature shaft) to the comm, then STRAIGHT back to start the next coil...

"regular" (also called "mabuchi wrap" or "cross wrap") is identified by the wire coming out from the armature coil and then crossing over the "incoming" wire as it goes out to the comm. (the wires visually cross in front of the windings)

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Electrically, the "hemi" ends up to be about 1/2 wind shorter (in terms of wire length) for the same number of turns -- slightly higher performance.

Another "catch" is that the two styles result in winding the wire in opposite directions around the armature stack -- thus they will turn in opposite directions if you swap them in a motor.
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so what is the spec whats legal
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so what is the spec whats legal
For ROAR sanctioned events, check out their rules and "approved" motor list:
http://www.roarracing.com/

FWIW, only 2 19t motors are listed as ROAR APPROVED:

Super Stock 19T Trinity Epic Epic RC2122/2123 Cameleon 2 9/14/2005
Super Stock 19T Trinity Epic Tri 12003 Komodo Dragon Lt. Green Can, laydn br. .312 com
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was running my CP19T in my BD with a 5.78FDR. speed was pretty consistent. just wanted to make sure that i'm not overgeared, nor under.

can anyone tell if i could still push the gearing based on this image?


that's after breaking in the motor and around 4 packs of practice. running on infinity brushes and silver springs on both terminals.

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was running my CP19T in my BD with a 5.78FDR. speed was pretty consistent. just wanted to make sure that i'm not overgeared, nor under.

can anyone tell if i could still push the gearing based on this image?


that's after breaking in the motor and around 4 packs of practice. running on infinity brushes and silver springs on both terminals.

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How many run was that? You can go up 1T for pinion gear.
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4 runs of about 8mins each.
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Could someone suggest a decently priced lathe? I run mostly mod motors.

Also, is a diamond but a necessary investment? Why?

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