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Old 04-16-2012, 07:11 AM   #1
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So has there been anyone thats tried to run a 4pole 440 in a tc car?
Just seen the new tekin 4pole 440 yesterday and it got me wondering
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Old 04-16-2012, 10:14 AM   #2
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I've seen a few guys run em in Palm Dale CA, its a small parking lot set up but they were very happy campers. I'm running a 4 pole castle 3800 in my 4x4 short course, its awesome, the 2400 was way too much torque, the 3800 is an all around great motor for all applications.
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We do offer a rotor for the Pro4 motors with a 1/8" shaft. TT2516

We are planning to offer a PRO2 version of the 4pole Pro4 motor that is designed more for lighter cars that can use torque like 1/10 4wd and heavy 1/10 2wd SC trucks.
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Which is why i asked . Tekin and revtech have 4 poles out both offer standard 1/8" rotors i think it would be awesome if this was the next step in onroad rc
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Used to run 4 pole in the mid 90's and asked the manufacturers to make them again since Aveox stopped making motors for the R/C industry. Kind of funny how they are becoming popular again. I went as far as modifying one of my old sensored Aveox motor to run the current ESCs. They are ROAR legal as mentioned by a ROAR director's in a post somewhere in this forum.
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We do offer a rotor for the Pro4 motors with a 1/8" shaft. TT2516

We are planning to offer a PRO2 version of the 4pole Pro4 motor that is designed more for lighter cars that can use torque like 1/10 4wd and heavy 1/10 2wd SC trucks.
Is this the Gen2 Redline that was announced some time ago but hasn't been released? Or something entirely different?

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Hello, here a friend make a conversion kit for a Nitro touring cars to electric, for now for a Xray NT1 and Kiosho RRR, this cars weight about 1700-1800g , and i plan to mount one of this motors Pro4 or Revtech, i think the extra power will work very well with this extra weight, but i donīt have any experiencie with this kind of 4 pole motors, i plan to run it with SC esc, Xerun SCT or 1/8 esc, type RX8, with 2S or 3S, but at first i like to test with 2S.

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Is this the Gen2 Redline that was announced some time ago but hasn't been released? Or something entirely different?

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No, the Gen2 are 2-pole and will be replacing the silver can Redlines we offer currently. The Pro2 motor is a 4-pole with a 1/8" shaft and higher kVs than the Pro4 motor. Will be interesting to see where it goes..
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No, the Gen2 are 2-pole and will be replacing the silver can Redlines we offer currently. The Pro2 motor is a 4-pole with a 1/8" shaft and higher kVs than the Pro4 motor. Will be interesting to see where it goes..
Indeed! I assume the pro2 will have slightly less torque? I had the pro4 4600 in my sc10 4x4. The tq was unreal in that thing. I cant imagine trying to get traction in a 2wd vehicle with the same power.
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