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Old 08-22-2016, 04:02 PM
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Questions?? Maximum temp for rc motor

Hi, I have a Dynamite FUZE DYNS1609 in my vaterra Halix the throttle trim on the controller is set decently high for backwards, it is set like this because i tend to crash a lot and it will stop the car without me having to do it manually! But I have noticed a major temp increase, i have a castle fan (on the motor) which is throttle controlled (full throttle = full fan speed, idle = very low speed). is this recommended to have the throttle trim that low? Anyways my main question is what is the max temp for this motor

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Old 08-22-2016, 04:07 PM
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oops the motor is a DYN4833
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I don't know those motors specifically, but when it comes to 540 sized brushless motors, I try not to exceed 140 F, though I know others will have their own view.
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make the fan run constantly at near full if not full. as well as depending on your rc get a hi flo body for it or make holes in existing body
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I usually go no higher than 100 degrees over ambient temp.
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