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11.01.2007, 11:20 AM

i honestly don't know the difference, other than you'll be able to change the wiring on the back, and you can't with the hi-amp. i have the same motor in a hi-amp, and i've asked what the difference is - other than the wiring options, and that the hi-amp is more expensive - and don't really know if one is more powerful (doubtful) or can handle higher amp loads.

regardless, you have one heck of a motor. it'll put a smile on your face, guaranteed.

are you pairing it with a MM? you should - they work great together. just get a fan to blow on the MM, and you'll be set.


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I'll have MGM 16018 esc..with fans+doubled power conductors.


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Nice motor, it sure will propel the Maxx along at a fair old pace.
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11.04.2007, 06:11 AM

God daaaamn

Now I can honestly say that i have some power on my maxx I drive with 4s pack and still thinking to with two 3s in series ..But the LMT is very good...and has very low..30'c temp's even I go with 22/64 gearing.


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11.04.2007, 08:52 AM

Lehner recommends the hi-amp version anytime curent draw is expected to exceed +/- 80 amps. The motor are identical internally, but the hi-amp cannot be re-configured. :)
   
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11.04.2007, 10:33 AM

ok..
So is there anything i can do with my normal amp motor?Can I mod it to high amp?


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11.04.2007, 10:40 AM

no, you can't. The high-amp motors are build in a different way, you can resolder the back to make a star configuration instead of a Wye. (which devides the KV by 1.72)
   
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HI..sorry about my bad english but i dont understand it all what u was saying about star resoldering?Help me whit this...What's the benefit of star conficuration?Any picture of how to do it?


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11.04.2007, 01:54 PM

brushless motors are available in delta (star) and Wye (Y) windings.

A delta wind gives 1.73 times as much torque and 1.73 times less KV than a Y winded motor.

Lehner non high-amp motors come in Y, but you can remove the original solder and reconfigure it as a Delta winded motor.

With the lehner non high-amp motors you have a motor that is a Wye wind, which can be soldered to a Delta wind motor.

This Y and D is also used for Neu brushless motors, the 1515 1y for excample. and they are also available in D.
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11.04.2007, 02:16 PM

Ömm..ok...but if i use the motor in bashing..and also for high speed driving,is the Y system better for me?


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11.04.2007, 02:22 PM

that would depend on the KV you choose!

you normally pick the KV for the voltage your setup needs to run.
   
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11.04.2007, 02:25 PM

Ok.then I go with normal system.But how about norl vs hi-amp?I have MGM 16018 esc and two maxamps 2s2p 8000mah lipos in series..so do I need to worry about motor getting wrecked?


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no, depending on the kv you take. no worries about the motor. You can go either high amp or non high-amp.
   
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11.05.2007, 12:49 AM

I'll have 1940/7 so the kv is about 2200.And the voltage 16.8


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