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Old 12-28-2013, 06:59 PM   #1
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can anyone tell me the difference between the w, s and j spec motors.
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Anyone know the difference?
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I asked the same question at MuchMore and this was their answer:

Q: What is the difference between W, J, S-type motors?

A: W-type motor by ROAR, EFRA approved.
ROAR, EFRA designed in accordance with the provisions of the
specifications.

W-type is Broad Power band speed.

J-type and S-type wire is thicker than W-type.
And the stator designed as a short.
This design is more fast RPM and more power out put.

J-type is the specification of the Japan Championships(JMRCA approved).
Is similar to the S-type.
But the torque is lower than the S-type.

The fastest high-power S-Type.
However, can not be used in the race ROAR, EFRA approved.

Hope this gives you some answers.
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Herewith Motor Q and A from from Hong Kong RC facebook informations...I hope I can help you...


1.What is the difference between W, -J, -S motors?

We will line up 10.5T is only one type.

MR-FZX105W FLETA ZX 10.5T Brushless Motor Type-W

13.5T W,J,S 3type. . 17.5T is W,J 2type.

Type-W motor by ROAR, EFRA approved.

ROAR, EFRA designed in accordance with the provisions of the specifications.


Type-W is Broad Power band speed.


J and S-type wire is thicker than W-type.

And the stator designed as a short.

This design is more fast RPM and more power out put.


J-type is the specification of the Japan Championships(JMRCA approved).

Is similar to the S-type.

But the torque is lower than the S-type.


The fastest high-power Type-S.

However, ROAR, EFRA approved can not be used in the race.


Unless otherwise specified, the Type-S is recommended.


2.Is there a table explaining what a rotor is best used at?

MR:

You can see website, there are details of each type.

FLETA ZX ROTOR CHART.

More easy know best choice rotor.


3.What rotor modified motors come with?

MR: All modified motor standard use 4.0T~9.5T MR-FZR02 FLETA ZX Modified Broad Power band Rotor 12.5x5x25.3mm Red ring.


4.What rotor stock motors come with?

MR:13.5T 3Type rotor is all same.(MR-FZR11 FLETA ZX Stock Broad Power band Rotor 12.3x7.25x24.3mm Blue ring)

17.5T Type-W rotor is MR-FZR12 FLETA ZX Stock High Toque Rotor 12.5x7.25x25.3mm Green ring.

17.5T Type-J rotor is MR-FZR03 FLETA ZX Modified High Toque Rotor 12.5x5x25.3mm Yellow ring.


5.Does the esc come with programming card or should I order it?


MR: Yes. not include SHR Program Card. Option part.

If you need order SHR Program Card.

ME-SHRP Fleta super high response program card

Thanks!!!

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Great looking motors. Hard to understand information.
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This is Fleta ZX brushlessmotor 10.5T Type-W photo.
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can anyone tell me the difference between the w, s and j spec motors.
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The difference is that only the W type motor will be legal where ROAR and BRCA Rules apply - like Queensland
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Hi Guys,

I am using a Fleta ZX 13.5T S-Type and running boosted with HobbyWing V3.1. I don't seem to be able to get any settings correct. I don't really feel the boost effect from the motor or the ESC. My FDR is 6, 28 Pinion and 84 spur.

Can somebody please advise on the correct settings with this motor on HW V3.1?

Thanks in advance
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The difference is that only the W type motor will be legal where ROAR and BRCA Rules apply - like Queensland
Bought some of these (W type) motors and noticed they are not on the latest roar approved list...anyone know if its still in the process?
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Hi Guys,

I am using a Fleta ZX 13.5T S-Type and running boosted with HobbyWing V3.1. I don't seem to be able to get any settings correct. I don't really feel the boost effect from the motor or the ESC. My FDR is 6, 28 Pinion and 84 spur.

Can somebody please advise on the correct settings with this motor on HW V3.1?

Thanks in advance
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I have burned 2 of these fleta 13.5 motors, first with the hobbywing 3.1.
I used the same boost as any regular motor, but I have lack of straight line speed and the motor get very HOT 105 degrees Celsius and this after 5 minutes.
With the same ESC settings running a cheap hobbyking 13.5 motor the temp. was 70deg C and more top speed and more punch.
After that I used a Viper VTX10R ESC and the same difference.
This mean the coil and magnets are OK but the accuratie of the sensors is real bad.
Did the fleta boys the testing on the right manner, i have my duit about this.
This helps you a bit I hope, for me no muchmore

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Could anybody tell me, in case race rules is not matter, W or S is better since i am running in medium grip and medium size track?

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Could anybody tell me, in case race rules is not matter, W or S is better since i am running in medium grip and medium size track?

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Go with the S. The W may make a little more rpm but it is not legal in the most part and should you ever want to race you'd need to buy another motor!
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Go with the S. The W may make a little more rpm but it is not legal in the most part and should you ever want to race you'd need to buy another motor!
About the legality is not problem on my place.
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