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04.08.2010, 09:28 PM

Differential Ratio: 3.3076923076923075 (Lst 2 Diffs)
Transmission Ratio: 1
Other Ratio: 1
Spur Tooth Count: 1
Pinion Tooth Count: 1
Total Voltage: 18.5
Motor KV: 380
Tire Diameter (inches): 5.75
Tire Ballooning (inches): 0
Motor Current Draw: 0
Motor Coil Resistance: 0
Spur/Pinion Ratio: 1 : 1
Total Ratio: 3.30769 : 1
Tire Circumference (inches): 18.06 inches (458.83 mm)
Rollout: 5.46:1
Total Motor Speed: 7030 RPM
Vehicle Speed: 36.36 mph (58.4 km/h)
Effective KV Value: 380
KT constant: 3.56 oz-in/A


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......maybe they want to be more like novak
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04.08.2010, 09:29 PM

Yeah I'd like to see that. Can't believe it would have enough torque at such a high rollout.
   
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04.09.2010, 11:32 AM

Here are a few pcis of the car and a short video:




Heres the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQDTGWeYi48

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04.09.2010, 08:08 PM

Seems pretty quick to me. Given your description before I thought it would be much slower. Still have some concern about that rollout though. Going to need a motor with more torque to have a cool running setup. Also maybe look at lower kv, higher voltage.
   
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04.09.2010, 10:48 PM

Very nice!! Like you said though too slow and not enough torque. I love reading about outrunner projects!!
   
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DanteX, how much does it weight?
   
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04.09.2010, 11:58 PM

If you bought a controller for 8s, I think this motor would work very well in your conversion. (If it fits) Turnigy Aerodrive XP 63-64 230kV The motor shaft is 10mm so you would probably need to turn it down, but otherwise it should have plenty of torque. Same RPM, same rollout, same speed- higher voltage, more torque, greater efficiency.


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04.10.2010, 05:04 AM

The whole thing with the time zones suck because while i am asleep you reply and i can read it next day. :(

@ Desmo: The car weighs 4,9kg (10.8lbs) RTR.

@What's_nitro?: I already bought a nice controller that can handle um to 12S Lipo and 100A! Yeah :)

But i dont want to spend so much money on a new motor. I probably will design a center diff drive for my savage or continue this build:http://www.rc-monster.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25375

Or i will buy this 5t body and strech the xl out :)
http://www.rc-fellas.com/product_inf...roducts_id=287

What do you think?

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The whole thing with the time zones suck because while i am asleep you reply and i can read it next day. :(

@ Desmo: The car weighs 4,9kg (10.8lbs) RTR.

@What's_nitro?: I already bought a nice controller that can handle um to 12S Lipo and 100A! Yeah :)

But i dont want to spend so much money on a new motor. I probably will design a center diff drive for my savage or continue this build:http://www.rc-monster.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25375

Or i will buy this 5t body and strech the xl out :)
http://www.rc-fellas.com/product_inf...roducts_id=287

What do you think?

regards, DanteX
A much larger and lower kv motor should help. But I think as with my LST its to heavy. The best setup is some gear reduction. You can still use a outrunner but it just needs to be geared down. I think I'm going to put a center diff in my lst.
   
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04.10.2010, 11:10 AM

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If you bought a controller for 8s, I think this motor would work very well in your conversion. (If it fits) Turnigy Aerodrive XP 63-64 230kV The motor shaft is 10mm so you would probably need to turn it down, but otherwise it should have plenty of torque. Same RPM, same rollout, same speed- higher voltage, more torque, greater efficiency.
How would you be able to mount the output shaft on the back of this motor?

I would be interested to do a savage 8s outrunner with this and the HC 8s-12s
   
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04.10.2010, 11:21 AM

The shaft goes threw the whole motor.
If this shaft is long enough you can loose the set screw and push it threw.
   
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04.10.2010, 11:27 AM

Ok gotcha, thanks!

Finding a way to make the shaft smaller would be the only issue at this point.
   
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05.02.2010, 10:12 AM

i talked to steve neu and he said it would be no problem making a 1900 series inrunner with shaft extending through both ends in 8 mm

i'm planning a direct drive myself and my calculations are that about 200 kv motor is needed for 6s but lower kv for higher s count. these calculations are for bullet proof diff ratio and 7 inch tires.
   
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