what size motor plz

Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by imfast, Mar 31, 2004.

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  1. imfast

    imfast Member

    what size motor can i put in the duratrax evader ep st? and what size is in it stock? thanks ...imfast
  2. I think its .18 stock.....
  3. imfast

    imfast Member

    oops i forgot to say it is an electric motor sorry
  4. imfast

    imfast Member

    what size motor is this motor.. PHOTON Speed 20T Motor
  5. mastmec

    mastmec Member

    20 turn single
  6. What do you mean by "size"??
  7. imfast

    imfast Member

    like a 280 540 motor size
  8. The stock motor is a 540, and you can put other 540 motors in it.
  9. timrock

    timrock Active Member

    size is standard.standard motor mounts and all that.
  10. imfast

    imfast Member

    ok that is what i wanted to know thanks
  11. imfast

    imfast Member

    does anybody know what size this motor is 20 turn "Stinger" motor.. i just got a traxxas stampede rtr and i want a better motor in it but need to know the size first thankz
  12. ty007cars

    ty007cars Member

    it is a 540 size. do you want a faster motor?what kind of speed control do you have?
  13. imfast

    imfast Member

    dont know yet i order it off the internet so dont know lol... and thanks for telling me what size it is hehe
  14. ty007cars

    ty007cars Member

  15. imfast

    imfast Member

    if you have more turns on a motor, does it give more power or speed
  16. joshua2verizon

    joshua2verizon New Member

    i beleive the more turns the more torque and the less turns, the higher top speed.
  17. mastmec

    mastmec Member

    more turns = less RPM
    less turns = more RPM
  18. ty007cars

    ty007cars Member

    you want the lowest turn motor if you want to got relly fast.but you have to have a good esc that can handle a motor like that.
  19. In a nutshell: Turns is the amount of times a wire is wound around the armature. The more turns the faster the motor will rotate but will have less torque due to the weight of the wire(s). Winds are the amount of wires wound around the armature. For instance a 12t 4w motor would have 4 wires wound 12 times around the armature. The number of winds indicates where on the acceleration curve the most power will happen. If you have a single wind motor, you will have a lot of power in your lower end speeds (acceleration) but a lesser top end speed. If you have a 4 wind motor you will have a lot of power in the top end (WOT speed) but acceleration will suffer. Hope this helps
  20. imfast

    imfast Member

    yes it helps alot...another Q.does anybody know of a 540 size can motor that has alot of power and torque with the price range of about 49.99 thanks
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