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Ton
2007.04.07, 12:20 PM
-Speedy07 BB Stock Motor.
-Xeric AWD Modified Motor.
-Anima II Modified Motor.


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rharris
2007.04.07, 09:51 PM
I was out there at the PN race today and picked up a speedy 07 and a xeric.

The speedy 07 is off the hook. Best stock class motor I've run so far. I asked what made it so good and the reply was the new brushes and how they are set up.

I also put a xeric in my open class AWD. Very very cool. Much better then the Macho.

jowchie
2007.04.08, 02:07 PM
will these new motors require FET upgrades as well?

rharris
2007.04.08, 07:13 PM
You don't need a fet upgrade for the speedy 07.

The Xeric and the Anima II both need a fet upgrade. PN says you need at least a 2x3 for the Xeric, but I was running with a 2x2 of 4562's.

pinoyboy
2007.04.08, 07:49 PM
I dunno, my guess would be these are the same arms, but they're in PN racings ultra ball bearing case (http://www.rckenon.com/public_html/shop2/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=1889&osCsid=0a8c38db4684890098e5115e9be14ae5)

I have one of those and I put in PN racings 38T arm. It runs good, but theres no difference in the brush design from they're older motors, just an opened end bell to keep the motor cool, and to making cleaning easier.

rharris
2007.04.08, 08:18 PM
According to PN, thease are all new cans with new brushes and new bearings. Everything in the can is an upgrade from the old can.

PN claims a 30% increase in the speedy 07 from the speedy 05 (see the rckenon web site). The RPM is up from 29,000 to 30,452.

pinoyboy
2007.04.08, 08:22 PM
According to PN, thease are all new cans with new brushes and new bearings. Everything in the can is an upgrade from the old can.

PN claims a 30% increase in the speedy 07 from the speedy 05 (see the rckenon web site). The RPM is up from 29,000 to 30,452.

Well hopefully, they'll sell these newer brushes, as i'll need some soon.

benmlee
2007.04.08, 10:14 PM
I really like the speedy 07. Used it all day at the Kennon race. I have been using the 05 for a while. This one is difinitely better. The major difference I could tell was the motor keeps pulling with good torque all the way to the limit. In the long straights, there were some pretty impressive speed. Given the small price difference, I would definitely go with this one over the 05 or the Kyosho X Speed. Everyone else who tried it I heard also agreed it was a hot motor for a stock car.

jowchie
2007.04.09, 11:21 AM
i just bought one from k e n n o n... thanks for this announcement, guys.

jowchie
2007.04.12, 03:59 PM
just got my speedy 07 today and all i can say is that it's really good.

rharris
2007.04.12, 05:02 PM
Yea, I'm hooked. I just ordered a Anima II yesterday for my AD Pan car.

herman
2007.04.12, 09:48 PM
question... do all of the motors have screw holes for aluminum motor mounts?

rharris
2007.04.13, 01:36 AM
question... do all of the motors have screw holes for aluminum motor mounts?

Yes. All of PN's motors have mounting holes.

eztuner12
2007.04.20, 03:59 PM
-Speedy07 BB Stock Motor.
-Xeric AWD Modified Motor.
-Anima II Modified Motor.


http://img341.imageshack.us/img341/5854/200704061228311xv8.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/5227/200704061229232cz0.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

http://img403.imageshack.us/img403/839/200704061229243av1.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

Hi,
How Hot where these motor at the end of your test run?
Run time?
Thanks

rharris
2007.04.20, 04:54 PM
Hi,
How Hot where these motor at the end of your test run?
Run time?
Thanks

I run the Speedy 07 as my stock MR-02 motor now. The only time I take it out of the car is to run the HFAY points series. The 07 doesn't get hot. I have my own track and run this car allot. My track is outside under the California sunshine. (OK so today is raining... go figure) So far, the 07 is the best stock motor I've ever used.

I run the Xeric in my AWD Modified car. I used to run a Macho and before that I ran an S03. The Xeric is noticeably faster then the Macho and the S03. Take a good look at the end ball setup. It's wide open. I'd say it runs cooler, but to be fair I also added a PN Motor Clip Heat Sink. I ran this car all day at the Kenon track a few weeks back. I didn't have any issues with over heating. By comparison, I melted my plastic clip running the S03 in the same conditions.

I just picked up an Anima II. I haven't had a chance to run it yet. I want to start racing in the PAN car class. But I never had issues with the Anima over heating. It has the open end ball setup like the Xeric and the 07 so I'm assuming it will run cooler.

Eternal_Wing
2007.04.21, 10:19 PM
how is the speedy 07 compare to AWD speedy on a stock AWD car??

rharris
2007.04.21, 10:22 PM
I couldn't say for sure. I have a AWD Speedy, but I haven't run it in a long time. My AWD has been modified for some time now.

Anyone else?

faydoiinspire
2007.04.23, 10:40 AM
Just switched from the s03 to the Anima II. Double sided tape used to hold my rear tires down, but the Anima II is so fast that it flings them off. I have to find a better adhesive like super glue or something to hold the tires down now.

rharris
2007.04.23, 11:02 AM
Just switched from the s03 to the Anima II. Double sided tape used to hold my rear tires down, but the Anima II is so fast that it flings them off. I have to find a better adhesive like super glue or something to hold the tires down now.

LOL - me too...

The tape sticks to the rim, but not to the rubber. So I tape the rim, then I put a very small amount of CA clue ( I use a tooth pick to apply it) to the outside of the rim. The glue goes over the tape. It works good and clean up is easy.

jimoto
2007.04.26, 02:16 AM
which pinion gear do you use for speedy 07?

rharris
2007.04.26, 10:58 AM
which pinion gear do you use for speedy 07?

I almost always use an 8t but if the track is really small, Like the 2 wide-l layouts used for HFAY I run a 7t.