Sunday, July 23, 2017

LRP ESC and Motor Tips

January 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Electric, Electronic Speed Control (ESC), Motors

Reto Koenig R&D, LRP electronic GmbH Generally speaking, a smaller rotor improves driveability (smoother) and gives more topend but the downside is slighly lower efficiency and less torque. Temperature isn’t much different. unfortunately no comparison possible between powerprofiles of SPX StockSpec and boost profiles SXX StockSpec is possible! The reason is that algorithm works differently […]

IFMAR Brushless Motors List

December 31, 2009 by  
Filed under Electric, Motors

Here is a list of IFMAR approved brushless motors. Approved for IFMAR r/c racing: APO Team Powers Orion Vortex 2008 Race LRP Vector X12 GM Racing Brushless Pro Team Check-Point Trinity King Golden Speed Passion Competition 2.0 Novac Ballistic Related topics: Guide to electric r/c motors.

Team Powers Brushless Motor Checker Dyno

December 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Electric, Motors

Here is a photo and video of the Team Powers brushless motor checker / dyno. It is a great tuning tool to have. You can easily check which of your motors are the fastest. You can check for the rpm, current draw and KV. Here is a video of a Novak 4.5T brushless motor being […]

Tamiya Brushless Motor 12T and ESC01

November 17, 2009 by  
Filed under Electric, Motors

Hi, I just came back from my local hobby shop (Lils Futaba)¬†where I bought a Tamiya brushless 12T with ESC01 combo. This is supposed to be equal to a 23T brushed motor. Cost was relatively cheap at around $132 USD. I¬†installed it in a Tamiya M05 mini. It is a nice motor, faster than a […]

Meaning of Motor Turns

October 31, 2009 by  
Filed under Electric, Motors

Frequently asked is “what does number of motor turns mean?” Here is a quick summary. In general a motor with higher number of turns (e.g. 27 turn) is slower than a motor with lower number of turns (e.g. 12 turn). Principle is same whether it is brushed or brushless motors. Most kit come with the […]