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Old 07-13-2009, 12:50 PM   #81
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UPDATES?????????????????????????????????????
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Not quite yet. parts are made, and it is being wound.
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Very cool! Think this will work with the mambamax pro when it comes out?
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Looks kool! What do ya think about a berg with a couple of them with dual rs esc on 3s and 4pk? 20mph wheelies?
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That's gonna be the tits! Way to go, this is gonna be a hit
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Not quite yet. parts are made, and it is being wound.
I am hoping it will be available at the same time the LCC MOA option becomes available too.
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Old 07-13-2009, 09:53 PM   #87
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Awesome idea John.. looking forward to getting a setup for my rigs.. my outrunners dont cog with a HPI gearbox but its awfully bulky.
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Old 07-22-2009, 04:28 PM   #88
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Any updates on this yet? ETA??
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Now this is going to be awesome. Smooth with enough torque to snap anything you want...count me in for one...
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Sorry to be a pita, but roughly when will these be available? I have a triple s that this motor would be perfectly suited for Need any testers?

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Old 08-02-2009, 08:43 AM   #91
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How are you liking that Tekin ESC? I was eyeballing that too.

Quick question, are all sensor wires the same? Like can you use a novak motor with a tekin esc, or something like that.

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suscribed.

I need one of this for my "Fat" SanBernardo!!!.
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Old 08-02-2009, 06:30 PM   #93
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Still waiting for word from the factory. All sensor wires are pretty much standard, and I am making sure that mine is compatible with all ESCs. It may not have drag brake on a novak, but that can be fixed with a resistor.

Tekin RS is still ticking strong.
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I know I keep bringing this thread back from the dead, but I want these motors Any word from the factory?

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This is not my pic, but this is what I will attempt.
Would this work in a submarine?
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Sure it would work in a sub.

We had some issues attaching the sensor board properly, another month gone. I need to get another update.
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I need 300kv.
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Old 08-30-2009, 10:07 PM   #98
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What kind of diameter motor are you working with? What voltage do you need to use and what is your max unloaded RPM needed?


300 is very low for the design I have, the motor would not have much power unless it was ran on very high voltage. Maybe you don't need much power?
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Using two 2-3/4" props moving the 94.5" sub at 1-3mph.0-1800rpm 540 can brushed motor equivilant size running on two A-123 chemistry 3.3volt batteries.
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Old 08-31-2009, 01:16 PM   #100
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Sounds like you don't need a ton of power then. You would need a custom wind. I would suggest you look at getting a motor kit or two from innov8tive designs. The 3014 would be big enough.
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