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Old 07-13-2011, 05:28 AM   #16
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Gold and without the vent holes? I don't know what is this.The Bullistorm
17.5T dynamic motor timing motor comes with vent holes.This one looks very close to the hobbyking 10.5T or 13.5T but different color!

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Old 07-13-2011, 05:32 AM   #17
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I'm not sure iether..lol..

It's just too much rotor strength and too tight of an airgap for 1S racing here.

Maybe it's OK for offroad.

I looked back at the website I ordered these from and they show vent holes and different looking endbells.
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If anyone is interested in trying it, make an offer

I have all the original packaging and sensor cable.
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If anyone is interested in trying it, make an offer

I have all the original packaging and sensor cable.
You could keep it and change only the rotor.After all it's a 17.5T so the vent holes are not so important.I got a 10.5T from Hobbyking like this one you can see in the picture and it runs cool without having the vent holes.The funny thing is the way they use to balace the rotor (11,7mm also).On the lower edge of the magnet they cut off a hole piece of magnet It's incredible
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You could keep it and change only the rotor.After all it's a 17.5T so the vent holes are not so important.I got a 10.5T from Hobbyking like this one you can see in the picture and it runs cool without having the vent holes.The funny thing is the way they use to balace the rotor (11,7mm also).On the lower edge of the magnet they cut off a hole piece of magnet It's incredible
This has a small piece of epoxy for the balancing.

I noticed on the packaging, it shows 13.0mm rotors for all the turn motors available.

I think I'm going to pass on this motor. I'll keep 1 to try again, but no need for two.
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bought 17.5 combo it went good for 3 races.easy to set up esc.Its in a sakura zero tourer and so far been no trouble.Only paid $2.74 aussie dollar but $40 postage which was abit dear for a small box
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bought 17.5 combo it went good for 3 races.easy to set up esc.Its in a sakura zero tourer and so far been no trouble.Only paid $2.74 aussie dollar but $40 postage which was abit dear for a small box
Come on now,you paid only 2.74 Au$ for a brand new motor and you're complain for the $40 postage?
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Come on now,you paid only 2.74 Au$ for a brand new motor and you're complain for the $40 postage?
yes but realy not complaining about the postage.They have to get there money back somewhere But overall it runs well
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yes but realy not complaining about the postage.They have to get there money back somewhere But overall it runs well
As you wrote.Overall is to run well.I got another one 10.5T but i wasn't so lucky this time.Sensor is faulty and i don't know where to find another one to replace.I'll try to contact seller but i don't think he could help me.
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