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Trackstar 21.5T della Spec Sensori per motore Brushless V2 (ROAR approvato)

Trackstar 21.5T della Spec Sensori per motore Brushless V2 (ROAR approvato)

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Le prestazioni Turnigy Trackstar Sensored Brushless Motors V2 offerta corsa vincente ad un prezzo incredibile!

Caratterizzato da un nuovo motore in lega di CNC può con la tecnologia di raffreddamento dinamico, avvolgimenti di rame ad alta purezza a carica manuale e potenti magneti al neodimio sinterizzato, non troverete un motore meglio ragionevoli di questo calibro altrove! Progettato specificamente per ROAR, questi nuovi motori ad alta RPM dispongono inoltre di temporizzazione regolabile che consente la messa a punto delle prestazioni della corsa mentre il sensore assicura lisci start-up e l'accelerazione. Se pensavate che le originali Trackstar motori brushless erano buoni, il V2 vi soffiare e la concorrenza di distanza.

I motori brushless Trackstar fare un grande motore di aggiornamento o la competizione per 1 / 10th brevi camion, buggy da golf, auto da turismo o qualsiasi altra cosa che utilizza i motori di dimensioni 540.

!!! Ora ufficialmente approvato dal ROAR !!!

Caratteristiche:

• corpo Peso leggero eccellente (14g)
• Massimizzare effetto di raffreddamento
Posizione porta • 2 sensori
• Angolo di temporizzazione regolabile
• rotore a magneti al neodimio sinterizzato 12,5 millimetri Balanced
• appositamente girato per una migliore metà ~ uscita di coppia di fascia alta

Specifiche:
KV: 1595KV
Corrente max: 22A
Potenza massima: 150W
Corrente Idie: 0.7A
Albero: 3,17 millimetri
Peso: 170g
Conteggio delle cellule: 1 ~ 2S Lipoly

  • SKU 9192000228-0
  • Brand TrackStar
  • Peso 259.0000
  • Lunghezza 110.00
  • Packaging Width 50.00
  • Altezza 80.00
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  • Potenza ( W ) -
  • Albero A ( mm ) -
  • Lunghezza B ( mm ) -
  • Diametro C ( mm ) -
  • Can Lunghezza D ( mm ) -
  • Lunghezza totale E ( mm ) -
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I have been extremely impressed with this motor. I run it in TC 21.5, and it has been strong and can run with anything I am up against. I highly recommend these V2 motors.

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I have been extremely impressed with this motor. I run it in TC 21.5, and it has been strong and can run with anything I am up against. I highly recommend these V2 motors.

I bought 2 of these motors supposedly as a backup to the existing name brand motors that I run but I was pleasantly surprised, and its now my go to motor for technical tracks.

Checking it on the motor analyzer, these motors have some of the best sensor boards that I have ever tested. Only 1 degree of timing variance in both of the motors, unlike my Cert 24k which had 3 degrees, non cert 24k and team powers had about 5 degree of variance. Speedzone had approx 5 degrees as well.

On track performance. This motor has a lot of torque out of the box. More so than any of the other motors that I own, but slightly lower rpm. But that was easily adjusted by changing the timing to about 40 degrees. The motor likes 30 degrees on technical tracks and 40 degrees on more open tracks. FDR is between 3.7 to 3.9, as this motor has enough torque to pull a low FDR. If you race on a large outdoor track, you might want to try FDR 3.5 or lower.

Overall I am very happy with this motor, and this has become my main motor of choice for tight technical tracks over my name brand motors. I TQ and won the first time out with motor.
THank you hobby king.

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

I bought 2 of these motors supposedly as a backup to the existing name brand motors that I run but I was pleasantly surprised, and its now my go to motor for technical tracks.

Checking it on the motor analyzer, these motors have some of the best sensor boards that I have ever tested. Only 1 degree of timing variance in both of the motors, unlike my Cert 24k which had 3 degrees, non cert 24k and team powers had about 5 degree of variance. Speedzone had approx 5 degrees as well.

On track performance. This motor has a lot of torque out of the box. More so than any of the other motors that I own, but slightly lower rpm. But that was easily adjusted by changing the timing to about 40 degrees. The motor likes 30 degrees on technical tracks and 40 degrees on more open tracks. FDR is between 3.7 to 3.9, as this motor has enough torque to pull a low FDR. If you race on a large outdoor track, you might want to try FDR 3.5 or lower.

Overall I am very happy with this motor, and this has become my main motor of choice for tight technical tracks over my name brand motors. I TQ and won the first time out with motor.
THank you hobby king.

very light weight can, the timing ring is smooth and easier to adjust than the V1 motors. They are a nice upgrade from the first generation motors.

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very light weight can, the timing ring is smooth and easier to adjust than the V1 motors. They are a nice upgrade from the first generation motors.

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