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Old 08-18-2005, 10:34 PM   #1
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Default Armature Types

I have looking around for some replacement armatures. To get a deeper education I have read a ton of these post trying to find the answer to these questions.

What is a Vortex Armature.
What is a "B" Series Armature. Epic Motors? Binary Cans?
What is a "P" Series Armature.
What is a "K" Series Armature. Reedy Kryton Armature, Yokomo...?

It has been my experience when buying replacement armatures, just go to your local web-hobby shop. Type in "replacement armatures" and you get everything ID'd for you by manufaturer. Now you get these "series" armatures...

Got an idea, these "series" a code for information on the stacks, web, balance, comm size, etc?
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Old 08-19-2005, 05:27 AM   #2
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b stands for Epic binary
p= PT Reedy platinum
k= Kr Reedy krypton bigger diameter commutator (.350)
vortex=team orion round brushes design motor

go brushless!!!
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