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Old 11-07-2008, 01:24 AM
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This has to be the most sexiest brushless motor I have ever seen...
http://www.redrc.net/2008/11/exclusi...or/#more-12368

I would have sex with that motor!
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Old 11-07-2008, 02:07 AM
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seriously though, its less than 4hrs away to the official start of the worlds and this motor is being debuted there.. it looks like a serious pieces of equipment with what sounds like an excellent design (even down to the wiring posts!) and i for one am looking forward to seeing how this performs
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seriously though, its less than 4hrs away to the official start of the worlds and this motor is being debuted there.. it looks like a serious pieces of equipment with what sounds like an excellent design (even down to the wiring posts!) and i for one am looking forward to seeing how this performs
Be patient "Mok", in this time USA is not "awaken" yet, UE is just morning in few moments ago, you must to wait few more hours later. Mostly guys will go to Internet mostly after school and working, be patient.
Regarding from news of redrc was just a 3.5T, for me is impossible to have a try, i am racing a 4000kv championship race rule, i am fan of LRP products but only motor fit me is just a stockspec 10.5R, my hope also for X12, will have a 10.5R to fit me with the same as old 1, 3800KV.
The other hope is more news about these latest X12 and the KV data of those motor, instead of Trinity and Orion, never reveal their KVs, then how could i choose my best motor then never been disclassified in the scrutineering.

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I can't blame you. That motor is sexy.
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I want to have little brushless motor human hybrid babies with it!
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Be patient "Mok", in this time USA is not "awaken" yet, UE is just morning in few moments ago, you must to wait few more hours later. Mostly guys will go to Internet mostly after school and working, be patient.
Regarding from news of redrc was just a 3.5T, for me is impossible to have a try, i am racing a 4000kv championship race rule, i am fan of LRP products but only motor fit me is just a stockspec 10.5R, my hope also for X12, will have a 10.5R to fit me with the same as old 1, 3800KV.
The other hope is more news about these latest X12 and the KV data of those motor, instead of Trinity and Orion, never reveal their KVs, then how could i choose my best motor then never been disclassified in the scrutineering.
If Trinity and Orion don't reveal their KVs, how do they measured them at the scrutineering?

Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by jorgesimes View Post
If Trinity and Orion don't reveal their KVs, how do they measured them at the scrutineering?

Thanks in advance.
With that avatar you have then insist ask me this "strange" question?
Of course with that BL motor checker of SP.
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And if we donīt have it?

I'm asking this because i'm looking to make some rules, and i have some doubts about how to limit and measure motors.
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Originally Posted by jorgesimes View Post
And if we donīt have it?

I'm asking this because i'm looking to make some rules, and i have some doubts about how to limit and measure motors.
Jorge, do you really need them also in the modified or just your 9.5r spec race?
Do you know 1 thing, i think 9.5r rather than convenional 10.5r is much more difficult to have more variety to choosing motors.
As i know only LRP, GM and SP are in this "monopoly", make somebody feel this is a little unfair.
But i think you choose 9.5r is just because your tracks are so big, then you don't want put the drivers so boring, isn't it?
In the case i have visit your track of Sintra before. If you guys racing in our tracks, i am really sure you will feel how difficult to drive cars, even with 13.5r motors.

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Yeah i know that, but infortunally we can't afford to have electric exclusive tracks. I've been in Andernach and i can say it's damn dificult that track.

Where are you from?
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Originally Posted by jorgesimes View Post
Yeah i know that, but infortunally we can't afford to have electric exclusive tracks. I've been in Andernach and i can say it's damn dificult that track.

Where are you from?
Jorge, are you really care where am i?
I could tell you at least i am not leaving in Portugal anymore, long time ago, but i never race in your place nor meet together before.
But i know somebody from my place which race 1 time before in your nationals.
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Hello everyone and good morning from hot Thailand.

Glad to hear you guys like our radically new LRP Vector X12 motor, not sure about it's sexual abilities tough...

But things are definitely working great here at the Worlds in the 1/12 event, our drivers really like it.
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Hello everyone and good morning from hot Thailand.

Glad to hear you guys like our radically new LRP Vector X12 motor, not sure about it's sexual abilities tough...

But things are definitely working great here at the Worlds in the 1/12 event, our drivers really like it.
So when is the SXX ESC going to be released ?
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@Losiho: SXX speedo is scheduled for a March 2009 release.

X12 motors with immediate release.
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