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Tango
2002.11.11, 08:15 AM
Here you are the photo~

I got 2 of this...heheeee~~~~

http://www.oneson.net/*******/Mzmotor/DSCN3115.JPG

jeffrey
2002.11.11, 08:19 AM
did you make that armature?

Tango
2002.11.11, 08:38 AM
Nope...
But made by a track owner here in HK...
he made most racer's engines

jeffrey
2002.11.11, 08:47 AM
do have any other motor to compare it to besides stock?

Tango
2002.11.11, 08:54 AM
in speed, we found tamiya hyper dash II with a local motor's magnet can compare.
in comsumption, this is the lowest!

I run a HD2 with 750mAh, can stand for not longer then 15 mins
But with this, I can get 20+ mins run time
fast & low consumption.

Cons:
Hands are tired....Too much time on the driver stand.
hahahahahaha~

herman
2002.11.11, 09:59 PM
tango... very nice armature!!! looks like it has advance timing.. did you see my post on the h.k. forums? going to h.k. tom. nov13-17... how much did it cost la? do you know alan?

what magnets did you use for that armature?

Tango
2002.11.12, 01:56 AM
This cost around 200 HKD.
No need to use Neo magnet if using 44T, but must use neo for 35T.

Very good balance~

dohc
2002.11.12, 02:40 AM
why is it soldered down? i thought most high performace armatures are clipped down not soldered. :o

herman
2002.11.12, 02:50 AM
Originally posted by Tango
This cost around 200 HKD.
No need to use Neo magnet if using 44T, but must use neo for 35T.

Very good balance~

yikes... maybe he can give tourist discount la? :supergrin:

will you need turbo? i think none for 44T but surely for 35T right?

how long will it take to make? maybe cheaper for 35T since less winding :supergrin:

thanks again for your reply

mryung
2002.11.12, 05:23 PM
44 turns --> no turbo needed.
35 turns --> turbo / stack FET is a must.

Originally posted by herman
yikes... maybe he can give tourist discount la? :supergrin:

will you need turbo? i think none for 44T but surely for 35T right?

how long will it take to make? maybe cheaper for 35T since less winding :supergrin:

thanks again for your reply