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Any recommendation for stock 23 turns motor?

Old 10-19-2003, 03:50 AM
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Hi, I am searching for a good stock 23 turns motor for club race. Can anyone give me some suggestion? I heard that Yokomo is good, is it true? Thanks!
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Old 10-19-2003, 04:06 AM
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Stock motors are actually 27 turns, not 23.

Most people in my area are using the Trinity Monster stock motor. I've been using one for a while now and it seems to have a lot of top end power with a decent amount of low end punch.
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He is talking about Jap Stock, they use 23t motors. There is a 23t motor thread on here that has HEAPS of info
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here you go:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...threadid=21233

hope this helps im using a tamiya Type S, as i cannot get other brands of 23T motors locally. the only changes i made were a set of stiffer springs (from a tamiya dynarun stock motor) and trinity silver brushes. i suggest getting rebuildable 23T motors, rather than the sealed endbell type
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As long as you can get the Xenon products, you may try the Xenon Ao (the one with blue label) if you want a higher RPM instead of high torque, the Aka (red label) will be a good choice. You can PM me for further question.
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Default Re: 23T thread

Originally posted by marvi
here you go:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...threadid=21233

hope this helps im using a tamiya Type S, as i cannot get other brands of 23T motors locally. the only changes i made were a set of stiffer springs (from a tamiya dynarun stock motor) and trinity silver brushes. i suggest getting rebuildable 23T motors, rather than the sealed endbell type
Why don't you go online to search??
If you really want something different, PM me...
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Originally posted by audiaudi
As long as you can get the Xenon products, you may try the Xenon Ao (the one with blue label) if you want a higher RPM instead of high torque, the Aka (red label) will be a good choice. You can PM me for further question.
Or if you want a Xenon motor that can lay the smack down..get the Momo... Power baby ..."POWER"

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Old 09-28-2004, 01:15 PM
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In my Lhs people are talking yokomo and tamiya rz motor
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Take a look at the 23t motors from Kawada , go to www.kawadaracing.com or www.kawadamodel.co.jp for more info .Kawada's U.S distributor will have them in soon!!!
Kawada's have new endbell,dse connectors,r-coating for cooling and internel "fan blades " also for cooling.They will have the new "2004" vt-r model in .
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ive seen a tamiya stock [23] go and its heaps fast[red endbell] but i think the atlas 1 is the shizzle.......................well last time i herd anyway
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this kawada is cute , it has fan blades inside:

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Originally posted by asw7576
this kawada is cute , it has fan blades inside:

The Kawada 23T`s are pretty good.. but I would only get there Torque version... VT-R.. this thing has "HUGE" ammounts of torque.. and a normal final drive is in the 5.4 range
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VT-R vs. VX-R ? are you sure u can beat X factor ??
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Originally posted by asw7576
VT-R vs. VX-R ? are you sure u can beat X factor ??
I have tested quite a few 23t motors over the past 2 years and the VT-R is a very good motor.. 95% of the people that use the Kawada 23T motors use this one
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i wished they would use simpler code names though.
V,X,Y,T,R,Z all makes me go
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