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Jorge_Jayena
2009.01.09, 08:03 AM
Hello! :D

New 2009 version of PNWC 70 Turn Offical Stock Motor.
With offical Laser Logo.

Stats:
- 70 turn balanced armature
- New endbell design for increased cooling
- Bottom case air cool scoop intake
- High performance carbon brushes

Performance no load
Speed = 22850 RPM +/- 1500
Current = 0.475 AMP

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From Jayena, Spain!

HaCo
2009.01.09, 10:58 AM
With the stacked FETs on the ASF boards and the allways improving batteries, this could make live a bit easier... :)

Wonder how it compares to a normal Kyosho stock motor?

Am I right? Kyosho Stock 70T and Kyosho X-Speed 50T?

dvsstrike
2009.01.10, 08:49 AM
If you look real close you can replace the brushes like an atomic can.

EMU
2009.01.16, 02:53 AM
How does this stack up against the original PNWC 70t? I will find out this weekend, but I want to get an idea about gearing changes before I get to the track...

yasuji
2009.01.16, 03:34 AM
How does this stack up against the original PNWC 70t? I will find out this weekend, but I want to get an idea about gearing changes before I get to the track...
once it is broken in i think it is better than the previous:D

yasuji
2009.01.16, 03:34 AM
uses the same gearing

EMU
2009.01.16, 04:19 AM
Does it come with silver brushes? ;) I have a pretty fast older 70t motor that I currently use, with a big race on Saturday. I am going to replace the motor with a new one before the race, although it is not a handout class... so if my older 70t is faster after practice, I will switch back to the older motor.

Thanks for the input Grant.

yasuji
2009.01.16, 04:33 AM
Does it come with silver brushes? ;) I have a pretty fast older 70t motor that I currently use, with a big race on Saturday. I am going to replace the motor with a new one before the race, although it is not a handout class... so if my older 70t is faster after practice, I will switch back to the older motor.

Thanks for the input Grant.

the brushes that come with this motor is the pn silver carbon brushes i believe....

EMU
2009.01.16, 04:41 AM
Thanks. Debut of PN 70t pan at Action RC is Saturday... should be fun. I havent touched the setup on the car that I ran in Vegas. By the mains, the pan car felt pretty good... although I wasnt used to it. Needless to say, it should be an interesting class, Im looking forward to it. We never had a pan class before.

HaCo
2009.01.16, 11:12 AM
As you guys have experience with this motor, how does it compare to a regular X-Speed? Is it a lot slower?

Skv012a
2009.01.16, 01:32 PM
With the stacked FETs on the ASF boards and the allways improving batteries, this could make live a bit easier... :)

Wonder how it compares to a normal Kyosho stock motor?

Am I right? Kyosho Stock 70T and Kyosho X-Speed 50T?

I believe same as stock, but 3-4x the runtime due to great heat management. Nowhere near X speed, obviously.

EMU
2009.01.16, 05:32 PM
The speed differfence between stock and X-Speed really isnt that much. We have been running a stock turned PN 70t 015 class for a while, and they typically turn only one less lap to the Pro stock class. If you carry good speed through the corners, then the difference in motor power is much less noticable.

If you look at this video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7T7H4EQTY4), I have the yellow f355 MR015 with 70t, Sai has the Aston Martin MR02 with Atomic Stock. As you can see, there isnt much difference in speed besides the straight.