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thevirg 10-14-2013 08:18 PM

Dynamite DYN3781C Fuze 1 10 Sensored 17 5T ESC Brushless Motor Combo | eBay

Im looking for a budget brushless solution.
Any comments how this might do in twin hammers?

I still have a lot to learn.


toyotatrucks83 10-14-2013 08:52 PM

Re: Dynamite-DYN3781C-FUZE-1-10-Sensored-17-5T-ESC-Brushless-Motor
I think it is worth a shot at that price. I run a 17.5t Novak with a mmp on 3s and am pretty happy with that set up.

thevirg 10-14-2013 09:58 PM

Re: Dynamite-DYN3781C-FUZE-1-10-Sensored-17-5T-ESC-Brushless-Motor
Thanks for the reply.
Some motors are rated by 17.T. Some are rated by kv. Whats the difference?

toyotatrucks83 10-14-2013 10:31 PM

Re: Dynamite-DYN3781C-FUZE-1-10-Sensored-17-5T-ESC-Brushless-Motor
I don't know honestly. Kv seems to be a much better way to rate brushless motors.
Kv= rpm x volts. So a 2000kv motor spins 2000 rpm for every volt applies. Same motor spins 16000rpm at 8 volts.
This is why I think all brushless (actually all motors) should use this rating.

When they rate in turns it is a gamble. My particular novak 17.5t is a 2200kv motor. But the Novak Balistic 13.5t crawler motor is a 2000kv motor. I don't understand this. I'm guessing the 13.5 is slower because the kv. But I'm not buying one to find out. I do happen to have a Novak Balistic 18.5t crawler motor (1650kv) and it is way slower than my 17.5t (2200kv) which leads me to believe that the above 13.5 is slower than my 17.5.

If someone knowledgeable knows why this is or if I'm way off please just correct me.

Bl-air 11-11-2013 07:31 AM

Re: Dynamite-DYN3781C-FUZE-1-10-Sensored-17-5T-ESC-Brushless-Motor
The ESC's manual is here: http://www.dynamiterc.com/ProdInfo/F...780_manual.pdf

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