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  1. boner
    12-09-2015 12:55 PM - permalink
    bandit: stator have smaller diameter rotor and less air gap. stator ID is 12.4mm it uses thicker wires on stator compare to the same IFMAR/EFRA/ROAR approved motor. It will create more magnetic field. It's able to do that cuase of the smaller ID on the stator.

    Less air gap, stator and rotor, give you stronger cog, torque and less rpm. Since bandit uses 12.3mm rotor, it has less rotating mass which in return give you more rpm.
    If your local track doesn't check on motor, you can use standard V10 stator with bandit rotor to give you excellent rpm with good amount of torque.

    PS Standard V10 stator have ID of 14mm

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