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Rotor

Discussion in 'Batteries - ESCs - Motors Section' started by tmail61, Jun 3, 2012.

  1. tmail61

    tmail61 Well-Known Member Factory Member

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    Found this on R/C Tech

    Shim the rotor towards the sensor , at higher revs the rotor will move away from the sensor and you can get missed senses on the motor, this drops the revs down slightly.

    So rotor closer to sensor = better performance ?

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    I rebuilt a 17.5 a couple months ago and didn't put ALL the shim(s) in on the sensor end, Yes it took the sensor bits off!!!
     
  2. ucl

    ucl Active Member

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    Is there a way to center the rotor in the field so it doesn't drag against the rear bearing so you don't lose RPM and raise temps with drag? Brushed motor pulls towards the com end usually what end does a brushless motor rotor pull too?
     
  3. ucl

    ucl Active Member

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    What size rotors does LRP make, and what size rotor is recomend for touring car racing?
     
  4. Martijn

    Martijn Well-Known Member

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    I would stick with the one that comes with the motor..

    They make serval, look on there site :)
     

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