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Old 06-21-2004, 01:12 AM   #1
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I already know the differences between the two, but does a double turn have more topend (speed) and torque? Somebody explain the difference as far power and amp draw from the battery.

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x1 = Very punch power output
x2 = ...
x3 = ...
x4 = Smooth power output

I believe the top end it pretty much stays the same. If you run higher winds you'll gain a few seconds of runtime.
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