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Dr. Mad Thrust 90mm Cast Aluminum Alloy Rotor

Dr. Mad Thrust 90mm Cast Aluminum Alloy Rotor

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107 g
SKU:
9107000291-0

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Upgrade your Dr. Mad Thrust 90mm EDF unit's plastic rotor with this cast aluminum alloy part. Strong and still light weight, this alloy rotor offers superior efficiency due to the stiff metal construction, offering greater performance gains.
 
Features:
• No rotor distortion
• Great upgrade for 90mm DPS and Dr. Mad Thrust EDF units
• Cast alloy construction
 
Specs:
EDF Rotor Diameter: 88mm
Blades: 12 Blade
Weight: 64g
Shaft Size: 8mm

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  • SKU:
    9107000291-0
  • Brand:
    N/A
  • Weight(g)
    107.00
  • Length
    95.00
  • Width:
    55.00
  • Height:
    90.00
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Quite heavy with 69g. I had to balance it by removing material with a dremel and the Shaft diameter is less than 8mm :-(
It fits in a 90mm fan housing.
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