Brushless motors the myths

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  1. mastmec

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    Hey Tim, here's another one from Hacker, This is right off there web site.
    This is the Motor to Blow Away all Mods and most Nitro Trucks!!! Extreme Brushless Power is Available Now... C50 Maxx 14.4v - Is a large Motor Specially designed for Electric Monster Trucks with 12 cells in Series. Incredible Speed and Power define the performance of the C50 Maxx Motor. All Motors feature Super Duty Case and 1/8" shaft with flat area.
    I guess you will keep your word and go out and buy one now, right?
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    i am right.you are wrong.click on the link again.that system that says 10-14 cells is for two motors.it even mentions the Traxxas E-Maxx.that truck runs on two motors.

    so like i said.it is 5-7 cells per motor.very limited to the amout of cells you can run.i run 16 cells per motor with brushed motors.my system is Way faster than any stock Brushless motor system availible.

    http://teamnovak.com/products/MOTOR/hvmaxx/hvmaxx.htm
  3. monsterrcbuilder04

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    the brushless systeme replaces the 2 motors with one and it is supposed to be better
  4. mastmec

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    Yea, the T-maxx comes with two motors, the two diferent brushless systems the I mentioned are one motor systems that replace the stock motors and will accept up to 14 cells in series. ONE motor.
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    tim if you dont belive that it takes 14 cells check out the febuary 2004 issue of rcca if you have it. they have a couple pics of the setup using one motor and it says that you can use two 7 cell batteries
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    what makes you think i dont believe it takes 14 cells?

    14 cells total.7cells per motor.Brushless motor system.

    how many times do i have to post this?
  7. timrock

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    Brushless motor systems are limited to the amount off cells you can run.

    Brushed motor systems are much more Powerful than Brushless motor systems.
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    Brushless is a better idea because it eliminates the resistance caused by the brushes rubbing against the communtator.
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    You keep posting the same thing, the same wrong info, either you are looking at the wrong system or can't addmit your wrong.
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    i would like to be wrong about this.i would love to have a Brushless motor system that can run one motor on 14 cells.but there isnt one avalible.if you can post the link to where i can buy it that would be great.
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    I think you have a bunch of stripped gears in your head Tim, or they're jammed.
  15. timrock

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    even if it is for one motor,it would be better with two that can handle 14 cells each.so it still stinks either way.my Brushed sytem still would be much more powerful than any brushless.

    although Brushless would be better
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    here you go again bashing people
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    Oh, and I like that you deleted your post between my last two up there.
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    this is what i mean about his problem.he keeps bashing people who dont agree with him.
  20. timrock

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    we are talking about Brushless and Brushed Motor systems.what are you talking about?
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