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Dennis Samson
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Does anyone know the number of turns and wire size of the various armatures in the commonly used 1/32 motors?

Parma/other 16D spec motors: 70 turns of 30AWG
Parma/other S16D spec motors: 60 turns of 30AWG (I think)
Slot-it v12 - 29000rpm: ?
Slot-it v12 - 26000rpm: ?
Plafit Fox : ?
Plafit Cheetah : ?
Falcon/TSRF : ?

Does anyone have any other info? I'm trying to get an idea of how all these motors stack up against each other in numbers rather than just by subjective means. I guess I'll need magnet and brush gear info before I'm done, but the arm winds might be a good start.

Thanks!
 

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I don't have that info. I was curious if just reading the ohms of the arms will work for giving you a ballpark idea of potential.
 

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Hi

"Parma/other 16D spec motors: 70 turns of 30AWG
Parma/other S16D spec motors: 60 turns of 30AWG (I think)
Slot-it v12 - 29000rpm: ?
Slot-it v12 - 26000rpm: ?
Plafit Fox : ?
Plafit Cheetah : ?
Falcon/TSRF : ?

Well... I know I have posted this elsewhere.

the parma 16d is a long stack 72t/30s
The S.16d is 55 or 60 t/28
I havent disassembled the slot its.
Fly/scaley etc stock motors are 180/38
Rabbit, MRRC SCO3, Carrera, and I think the Mono are 150/35
Fox is 130/33
cheetah/Falcon/TSRF were 95/31

or at least they WERE. I have not assembled any of these in the last three years to check. I am TOLD that the newer Falcon II, cheeta II and TSRF SEEM faster. But I have neither dynoed or disassembled them.

Fate
 

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Dennis,
You are welcome to arrive early at my track one day and use the Kelvin Light test bench and gaussmeter to take any and all readings you like for these motors, should give you very objective information of all kinds.

All the best,
Stephen
 
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