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Old 10-07-2005, 10:52 AM
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I was wondering if anyone can publish there results of the Orion Element 19t V2 vs Element 19t with laydown brushes.

I am looking at running this in a 4 cell 12th scale pancar application. The other players can be Chameleon 2 or a Reedy Quad.

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The Reedy and Atlas are the best of the bunch @ the lower voltages seen in 12th scale. The V2 orion is weaker then averything else but will help with tun time.

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Who is making the Atlas? Is it a C2 or Reedy based?
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Originally Posted by rinkrat99
Who is making the Atlas? Is it a C2 or Reedy based?
The Atlas is sold by Integy and it's their own motor, not a Reedy or Trinity product
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Originally Posted by rinkrat99
Who is making the Atlas? Is it a C2 or Reedy based?

I got 2 Atlas 19T. If I remember it correctly theirs # should be like these (+/-)

RPM TORQ WATT EF AMPS
21K 12 188 77 35


2 of mine they are very close and you can get them at www.thunderrc.com
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Which Integy motor is the Atlas 19t you are talking about? Quad p/n M1903R or the standard M1902R?
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Originally Posted by rinkrat99
Which Integy motor is the Atlas 19t you are talking about? Quad p/n M1903R or the standard M1902R?
I do not know the Integy p/n. But it is not a quad magnet can.
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The Atlas 19 turn motor is manufactured by Atlas, Integy is just an OEM imported/dealer for their motors. As of recently most OEM motor turners have added this motor to their lineup…..

#’s @ 7.0v on a CE Dyno:

RPM Torq Watt Amps
25552 5.2 98 20.0
24284 6.7 121 23.0
23432 8.1 140 26.0
22561 9.4 157 29.0
21577 11.0 175 32.0
20739 12.3 189 35.0


These are average #’s for the atlas 19’s, most motors yield between 185-194 Watts of power…


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