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Old 10-26-2013, 12:20 AM   #1
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I Bought A Vintage RC CAr And When I Took It Apart I Found A Dynatech 02H Motor Inside Made By Tamiya , Was Thinking About Putting It Up For Sale Or Trade For A Rc Car Chassis , What Cars Are These Motors Good For ?OnRoad Or Offroad ?
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Old 10-26-2013, 10:05 AM   #2
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I use to have one. I used it in a tamiya Blackfoot. I'm sure I gave the motor a work out. you can use the motor in any stock plastic tamiya car.
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You are soooo wrong. This thing is worth around $70 to some Tamiya collector.

It's a 13turn motor, but the magnets are weak and brushes hard and small, so it runs more like a 15-16 turn Reedy modified brushed motor would.
It was decent enough in it's day. Now it's for collectors.
And it will not be advisable to run in "any plastic Tamiya chassis", it needs the proper gear ratio. Hence it would be really ill-advised to run this in a blackfoot or anything else where the gearing is designed for silvercan stocks.
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Part Number: 53044
Motor: Dynatech 02H
Year: 1989
Usable voltage: 7.2v = 8.4v
Torque at best efficiency: 413g-cm (7.2v)
R.P.M. at best efficiency: 25,000rpm (7.2v)
Current drain at best efficiency: 19.3A (7.2v)
Best efficiency: 74% (7.2v)
Turns: 6513W: 13 double - 0.65mm, 7010W: 10 double - 0.7mm
Indoor: Kyosho RB6.6
Outdoor: Tamiya TRF201/B5 Frankenstein
Vintage: Assciated RC10B3FT
Fastlane Raceway, Blue Springs, MO
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