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Old 12-14-2013, 10:07 PM   #1
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anybody please clear my blurr.
1.what is the difference the motor winding less turn and more turn?
(exp: 4.5t-5.5t-77-10.5t)

2.battery will drain faster when using less motor turn or more motor turn?

3.some ESC with a sticker label in 30A-60A-120A and what is this stand for?

4.what the suitable/pairing ESC with the brushless motor 4.5t?

5.i prefer to get Reedy XP SC700-BL or SC1200-BL brushless ESCs.

6.is this best pairing with reedy motor Sonic 540 Mach 2 4.5 Modified ?

hopefully can solve my problem
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Get a novak pulse esc and a ballistic 3.5t motor: PROBLEM SOLVED !!!!!
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Old 12-14-2013, 10:45 PM   #3
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Hello, I'll try to answer your questions below however this is just how I see it! Others may have a different opinion.

1. The lower the turn motor then the faster the motor will turn I.e. Higher rpm for a given voltage. If you are just starting out then I would not start with a 4.5 mod motor rather id start with a stock affair 13.5 or 17.5 blinky. The 4.5 would be crazy fast for a newcomer.

2. In general the lower the turn the higher the current draw and so the faster the battery will drain. The higher turn (and lower boost etc) will drain the battery slower.

3. That figure is the ESC's highest continuous current supply ability. The pro ESC's are 120A and above whereas most of the stock ESC's are 40-60A. Get the highest you can afford as it will then cover you for future progress and hotter motors etc.

4. The speed passion reventon pro 1.1 or the Muchmore Fleta pro is a good esc for 4.5t. You can also consider the hobbywing v3.1 as well.

5. I don't know anything about the ESC's you quote. The most popular ESC's are speed passion and hobbywing it seems for touring car. Muchmore as well is popular in some places but not near me.

6. The motor brand doesn't really matter although I like to keep the same brand esc with the motor however it really doesn't matter! Some races require you to use a handout control motor which you use with your esc so don't worry about that.

I hope the above helps??
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Get a novak pulse esc and a ballistic 3.5t motor: PROBLEM SOLVED !!!!!
Seriously? I mean, SERIOUSLY?????
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anybody please clear my blurr.
1.what is the difference the motor winding less turn and more turn?
(exp: 4.5t-5.5t-77-10.5t)

2.battery will drain faster when using less motor turn or more motor turn?

3.some ESC with a sticker label in 30A-60A-120A and what is this stand for?

4.what the suitable/pairing ESC with the brushless motor 4.5t?

5.i prefer to get Reedy XP SC700-BL or SC1200-BL brushless ESCs.

6.is this best pairing with reedy motor Sonic 540 Mach 2 4.5 Modified ?

hopefully can solve my problem
regards
azli
1. Lesser turns means higher kv rating in a simple sense. Lower turn motors have higher power and speed. Spec motors(spec class) racing usually from the range between 21.5 to 10.5 and modified motors (modified class) racing from the range below 9t.

2. Usually yes, but the impact can be lowered using the right gearing and esc tuning (braking strength, turbo rating, timing etc)

3. High "Amp" rating means the esc can use lower turn motors and can operate in higher current
Usually the higher the rating the more reliable and durable the esc in terms of using powerful motors

4. Flow LRP , OrCA vitra vx, tekin rs pro gen 2

5.not sure never used them

6. Im currently using orca vitra vx for my 10.5T reedy mach2 boosted setup, power delivery is smooth and braking is superb.

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For number 5, both ESC's listed are sensorless and made for rtr's. If you want to stick to Reedy alone you may want to hold off for their new competition ESC to be released.
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