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Old 01-23-2011, 10:28 PM   #1
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Exclamation guys! i need ur help!!! whats the difference from MMM 2650kv and Tekin RX8 2650kv?6s!

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i want to run 6s on one of these motors!!! i saw on 'RX8 BL 1/8 System: 4030 BL Motor 2D 2650Kv" it doesnt say its specfic for 4s...and on the "Mamba Monster 1/8 CM2650/ESC Motor Brushless " if i do, it will void the warranty....thats what tech support told me....

the tekin is more expensive...does that mean is can be used with 6s? more better quailty?? but can work for on 6s!!! i want to go big!!

ANY OF THESE MOTORS WORK WITH 6S?

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Old 01-24-2011, 07:48 PM   #2
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:17 PM   #3
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4s is the max for 2650kv unless your wanting to drag race. 1350kv or 1400kv are the recommended motors for 6s.

More importantly get a 4500-5000mah with 30C or greater discharge. If you want to run a cheaper battery invest in a capacitor bank or you will be converting either MMM or RX8s to smoke.

1/8th scale motors do not like RPM. Keep in mind 30000-35000 is the most rpm you want before the magnet lets go of the motor shaft.

2650kv X 11.1V (3s) = 29415 rpm
2650kv X 22.2V (6s) = 58830 rpm
1350kv X 22.2V (6s) = 29970 rpm
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Old 01-25-2011, 09:29 AM   #4
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6S on our 2650 will void your warranty. Too many RPM for the motor and will likely damage it.
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Old 01-25-2011, 12:10 PM   #5
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4s is the max for 2650kv unless your wanting to drag race. 1350kv or 1400kv are the recommended motors for 6s.

More importantly get a 4500-5000mah with 30C or greater discharge. If you want to run a cheaper battery invest in a capacitor bank or you will be converting either MMM or RX8s to smoke.

1/8th scale motors do not like RPM. Keep in mind 30000-35000 is the most rpm you want before the magnet lets go of the motor shaft.

2650kv X 11.1V (3s) = 29415 rpm
2650kv X 22.2V (6s) = 58830 rpm
1350kv X 22.2V (6s) = 29970 rpm
What do u mean...if I want to drag race...that's what I want it for....
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People run 6s on the mamba 2650 all the time for drag racing and speed runs. I haven't heard much about the tekin 2650.
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People run 6s on the mamba 2650 all the time for drag racing and speed runs. I haven't heard much about the tekin 2650.
I'm pretty sure it would be ok just for drag racing don't u think? Not for like more than 2 races at a time...
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