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Dr_T
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09.21.2015, 12:09 PM

Ok, thanks, I'll try; I just know that with the couple of motors I took apart and put together again in the past, I did not really manage to control the rotor once it sucked itself in, and this would be the biggest rotor I have worked on. Magnet drag is actually less than with the Turnigy 5682 though, so maybe there's less iron in the stator to make my job difficult.

I think he only meant a little layer of epoxy between shaft and rotor, like some do with locktite on shaft/pinion too, shouldn't upset the balance too much I think.
   
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