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Old 2011.11.09, 09:04 PM   #1
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Motor/battery test

We decided to run some tests with some of the new motors and li-fe batts. All the motors were tested with a tamiya speed checker using a stock Mr03 with a 7t pinion. We used the same set of Orion 900HV,750 SHO and R246 Li-Fe,peaked before each motors test.

PN 70t
Speed

900HV 17kmh
750SHO 18kmh
Li-Fe 21kmh

300m run

900HV 68.53
750SHO 63.96
LI-FE 52.84

ATOMIC 60T
Speed

900HV 20KMH
750SHO 22
LI-FE 25

300M RUN

900HV 55.37
750SHO 51.65
LI-FE 43.78

X-SPEED
Speed

900HV 23KMH
750SHO 24
LI-FE 27

300M RUN

900HV 51.68
750SHO 49.80
LI-FE 41.84

PN 50T
SPEED

900HV 23KMH
750SHO 24
LI-FE 29

300M RUN

900HV 48.40
750SHO 47.65
LI-FE 38.03

ATOMIC 17MM ROUND YELLOW 48T
SPEED

900HV 22KMH
750SHO 24
LI-FE 29

300M RUN
900HV 51.12
750SHO 46.87
LI-FE 38.34

ATOMIC 17MM ORANGE 40T
SPEED

900HV 25KMH
750SHO 27
LI-FE 31

300M RUN

900HV 45.06
750SHO 41.06
LI-FE 34.90

ATOMIC 17MM GREEN 35T
SPEED

900HV 30KMH
750SHO 30
LI-FE 36

300M RUN

900HV 38.36
750SHO 37.03
LI-FE 30.75

I will add to this as we test more motors.
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Old 2011.11.10, 02:56 AM   #2
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Wow! Really nice test. Thank you very much for sharing!
Do you accidentally have Atomic 17mm Round Blue 48T motor at hand?
I'm curious how it is compared to the Yellow 48T.
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Old 2011.11.10, 03:58 AM   #3
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atomic chilli and stock r motor please.
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Old 2011.11.10, 07:13 AM   #4
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I do have the blue can atomic motor,and a stock R. I didn't want to run a chili on standard fets.
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Old 2011.11.10, 07:25 AM   #5
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I am curious to see the 300m test track too
Maybe a video of a test run
Please

Edit: I am actually surprised to see that there is a difference between 900HV and 750SHO. I have both types of batteries and I don't find difference with my car.
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The 300m run is also done on the speed checker.

you dont see a difference between 900HV and 750 SHO?? what motor do you have in your car?
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The 300m run is also done on the speed checker.
Lol! I thought you run the car on something like a drag strip

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you dont see a difference between 900HV and 750 SHO?? what motor do you have in your car?
Atomic Blue-can 17mm. But I run on small carpet track with no timing gear. So it's all up to my personal senses.
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+AWD/2.4 X-Speed V please :P
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Did you do multiple tests, or just once with each motor and battery?
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One test with fresh cells each time.
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