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foremi11
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Ballistic rotor choices - 12.16.2009, 12:27 AM

Hello, I have been planning on upgrading my 10th scale motors for a little while and basically decided to "build a ballistic" motor for each. I am currently running a 17.5 in a T4, and 5.5 and 5.5L in a B44.

I was probably going to get the same turn motors, maybe just a 5.5L stator, but I'm not sure on what the advantages and dis - advantages are of the different rotors. So 12.3mm is standard, but I can get a 13mm, and a 14mm, and then theres some 12.3 that's stronger?

I race off - road on a variety of surfaces from high grip to very little grip.

What are the advantages to a bigger rotor?

Is there a dis - advantage?


Thanks for the help guys.
   
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12.20.2009, 11:36 PM

With a larger diameter:
-the rotor provides more torque and stronger braking
-increases natural drag braking - less air gap
-improves the motorís initial throttle response (Acceleration) due to more mass in the rotor
-decrease in RPM (Top Speed) - due to more mass iin the rotor

Hope this helps


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12.21.2009, 12:28 AM

Thanks, Just wondering if there were any important differences other than what novak's site says, because in my opinion they were a little light on info.


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