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Old 12-14-2004, 01:47 AM   #1
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Hey Guys, does anyone know when this will be available?? Its the Worlds Edition, Marc Rheinhard Orion Revolution V2 Motor. They advertised it on the Orion website but I've never seen it for sale.

I want it!!!
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Old 12-14-2004, 08:34 AM   #2
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They will be available very soon!
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any info about it?
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Old 12-14-2004, 03:33 PM   #4
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from teamorion.com ...

New Rheinard Worlds Edition Revolution
05-11-2004 23:04:00 GMT +1 - Send this to a friend



Team Orion proudly introduces the latest breakthrough in TOP V2 technology with the new Marc Rheinard Worlds Edition Revolution motor! Tested and developed by Team Orion motor guru Oscar Jansen, and dominating the 2004 ISTC Touring Car World Championships, the Marc Rheinard Worlds Edition motor takes Revolution V2 performance to the next level with availability in February 2005!



Each motor is built according to precise Worlds performance specifications by master motor builder Derek Furutani at Team Orion USA and tuned with Oscarís exclusive Worlds set-up. For maximum power delivery, each Rheinard Edition motor is equipped with sprint compound Edge brushes and new 10-coil 0.35mm Inox steel brush springs.



Available in six race developed winds (including Marcís exact World Championship winning 7x1) with an anodized blue endbell and Rheinard Worlds Edition label, the new motor provides unsurpassed performance with the efficiency and long life that only TOP V2 technology provides.



Experience World Championship power with the Marc Rheinard Worlds Edition Revolution motor, view the video from the first A main at the worlds, available in our Media section.
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Old 12-14-2004, 08:20 PM   #6
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Old 12-15-2004, 05:18 AM   #7
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Yeh, looks great..... kinda why I want it.

Does anyone know when it will be out, with a date??

For those of you who haven't seen it, this is the motor in question.

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Old 12-15-2004, 06:01 AM   #8
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According to the article I posted, its Feb 05. I read the same date somewhere else too.
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Old 12-15-2004, 06:56 AM   #9
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So where does the "new 10-coil 0.35mm Inox steel brush springs. " fall in line in stiffness?

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Yeah,
super stiff. much harder then the current range of springs.
Very good for 8 turns or less in TC. not sure if you can order those yet. But you will want them when they do come out.

Alonso:
You should get the similar performance out of the orion TC version with the 5mm web with the edge sprint brush and the new spring. ( which has the blue end bell) If you don't want to wait till Feb for the offical motor.

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does the hara motor have a 5 mm web and what does a smaller or bigger web mean, i forgot
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Old 12-15-2004, 08:31 PM   #12
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the ones available in usa will have the 5mm arm 9 turns or less and the 4mm arm 10 turns or more.

4mm will make alot more power than the 5mm of the same wind at the cost of effiency - a 4mm 9x1 will make comparable power to a 8x1 with a 5mm arm, but will be a little more inefficent.

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and what does the size of the web mean?
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Typically the thinner web arms (4mm) are referred to as the RPM blank, while the thick web arms(5mm) are referred to as the torque blank....the torque blank will typically be more efficient with most winds..

And like someone said before, you usually see 5mm used on 9 turns and below, while 10 turns and up use 4mm.....but, we have seen a lot more of the 4mm blank being used in the lower winds....and its not uncommon for 1/12th scale 10 turns to be wound with the 5mm blank to increase efficiency...

A 4mm won't always make more power than a 5mm...it just often plays out like that.

And just for the inquiring minds, the web is the area the wire is actually wound around....this is where the 4mm or 5mm measurement is from....

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Guys, what's the difference between the HARA Edition (8x2) and MARC RHEINARD motors? Thanks
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