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Old 04-22-2009, 06:45 AM   #1
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Default Team Powers & Dualsky Brushless Motors

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Has anyone used the Dualsky or Team Powers motors before?, if so how are they compaired to the others?, especially the 4.0T, 4.5T, 5.5T


Dualsky http://www.dualsky.com/main.asp?mainset=40

Team Powers http://www.rcstation.com/index.php?cPath=76_414

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Old 04-23-2009, 12:45 AM   #2
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Has no one used these motors before ?
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Old 04-24-2009, 05:39 AM   #3
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I've tried a Team Powers 10.5... can't say I was impressed with it but then apparently there is a new version which could be better
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still no one using them ??

looking at buying a new motor as mine is cooked good and propper !!!
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buy TRINITY or Orion bester !!
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buy TRINITY or Orion bester !!
might be a good choice but you dont have any motors in stock, was going to order some motors from you but had to order from another shop instead..
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Trinity yes Orion no.
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we can only use

LRP
Speed passion
GM

so best choice from those motors ???

and i will be using my SPX stockspec
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I have tested Team Powers 11.5turn. It have better torque and have more tolerance to higher temperature. Also, they have more hole near the endbell to exhaust the heat, so in my opinion, that motor is a good choice for stock race.
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I use a T.P. 11.5R and it has been good so far. In fact, a lot of local racers use T.P. products (in HK), mostly using 13.5R to 8.5R (or 3000kv to 4300kv) versions. There are also local T.P. races held regularly so this product is highly regarded locally.

I do agree with previous posters that T.P. is a good choice for stock racing. For mod racing, you may look into bigger brands, like SpeedPassion, LRP, Trinity/Epic, Tekin or Novak; you cannot go wrong with any of these.
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I just read up some info on Dualsky motor on a local Chinese forum, and here is what some people say about this motor. the poster tested a 10.5R.

The motor is shorter than most motors (compared to LRP) so the torque is lacking some what. But if you pair it with a 12.8 or 13 mm rotor, it gives a good 'punch' out of corners, while giving a very 'linear' power band as it revs up.
the temp for the motor is not too hot. Because the motor can is a little shorter, it may give the car a better balance.

hope this helps.
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I also find there are some short 'can' motor coming out such Team Powers mini size motor. It may be due to the shorter 'can' motor can balance the car chasis easily and make more linear for the control especially for mini 1:10 touring.
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we can only use

LRP
Speed passion
GM

so best choice from those motors ???

and i will be using my SPX stockspec
I think none of these motors really is bad as long as you keep away from the cheap series as LRP Eraser and GM Dr. Speed. Anyway I personally would go with the GM motors, their Pro and Sport (Spec) motors are really good and thatīs what Iīm using also.
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Team power motor is now available in the US.
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Default Team Powers 17.5T Brushless Sensored Motor

Looking for some information about the team power motor.

it is easy to find the timing on a can for a novak ballistic would it be possible for someone to post the same information for a team power.


novak timing on the motors is as follows.

-3 -2 -1 N +1 +2 +3
15 20 25 30 35 40 45



Team Power (new version) TP-BLM-175100

-4 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +4
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