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Old 08-21-2006, 02:54 PM   #661
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Thanks for the response...anyone know why the armature seperated from the core? Is it keyed to the core?
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Carl Giordano - If you want to play it safe and be sure... purchase a Novak Velociti Brushless Motor to avoid magnet and rotor problems that seem to plague the Neo-One Brushless cans. I own 6 Novak GTBs and Velociti Brushless Motors and have never had nay problems. I bought an LRP Sphere and Neo-One and the thing didn't even last half a pack before I had to send it in to Associated. Fortunately, they replaced the whole thing but it was a few weeks befoer I got it back.... so far it has been alright but every time I come on here I keep seeing Racers have one problem or another. At this point it is not worth the risk and hassle.... Hope LRP finally learns and changes things.... soon!
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Old 08-21-2006, 03:27 PM   #663
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does the Novak brushless motors work with LRP speedo?
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Old 08-21-2006, 03:39 PM   #664
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The New X11 motors will be here soon
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Old 08-21-2006, 05:03 PM   #665
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does the Novak brushless motors work with LRP speedo?

Perefctly. They work Perfectly together. I feel with TC on carpet that the 4300 is very evenly matched to a good 19t. I know others have said the 5800 is a perfect match, but that just hasn't been my experience. The 4300 is certainly faster than stock though.
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Old 08-24-2006, 07:30 AM   #666
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The New X11 motors will be here soon
Yes. Someone know a date for theses new motors ?
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Yes. Someone know a date for theses new motors ?
I thought they come end of the month but could be later.

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X11 motors? As I mentioned earlier, I'm new to brushless...where can I find info on these motors?
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Old 08-24-2006, 08:21 PM   #669
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someone say X11 is same as Vector 4star , just only the case different and it is Europe version.
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X11 is LRP's designation for the latest can/stator assembly. It has a few internal updates developed for the Worlds.
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X11 is LRP's designation for the latest can/stator assembly. It has a few internal updates developed for the Worlds.
Thanks , How do you know the advantage of the new can?
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Thanks for the response...anyone know why the armature seperated from the core? Is it keyed to the core?
Hey Carl to answer your question its from the use of a "bonded" rotor...I think the actualy neo material is bonded together and then bonded to the shaft or its bonded all at one time around the shaft...or at least thats how I understand it. That is why the companies are now wanting to go to Sintered magnets as they are more reliable and effecient. They are supposedly a WHOLE lot faster as well!!

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X11 is LRP's designation for the latest can/stator assembly. It has a few internal updates developed for the Worlds.

Do we have any release dates and photos of this new motor? I believe the Team drivers also had a different speedo, but dont quote me on that
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Hey Carl to answer your question its from the use of a "bonded" rotor...I think the actualy neo material is bonded together and then bonded to the shaft or its bonded all at one time around the shaft...or at least thats how I understand it. That is why the companies are now wanting to go to Sintered magnets as they are more reliable and effecient. They are supposedly a WHOLE lot faster as well!!

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I'm a little confused, the new X11 doesn't have the sintered ones??
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Yes the X11 will have the sintered rotor and bigger bearings.
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