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nyheli
19-12-2008, 04:33 AM
Iíve done a 17T-handwinded brushed motor on my xxx-CR,and it worked very nice in first test!84T spur /20Tpinion~

Moelec
16-02-2010, 09:04 PM
hi! can you pos photos? & make my own brushless windings, but never brushed.

Thx!

91notch5.0
16-02-2010, 10:52 PM
very cool. i had a motor company BIGBLOCK MOTORS. I made them out of my house for about 5 years. I still run what i made! anyway, when brushless motors started to come out i wisely got out of it. In dirt brushed motors are just fine, i don't mind cutting a comm every now and then. I just finished 3rd with a 10x1 in my xx4 on sat.

j.m.
17-02-2010, 01:49 AM
Brushless are actually a bit easier to wind than brushed motors, but don't benefit quite as significantly from perfect hand windings. Still not too hard to do though.

A TON of plane guys rewind their brushless outrunners.

I actually thought about rewinding my Novak...

Jon

Northy
17-02-2010, 08:50 AM
Anyone got any details of rewinding brushless motors, i'd be interested to see/read some stuff. :)

G

KinWild
17-02-2010, 08:52 AM
So will I.

Moelec
17-02-2010, 12:32 PM
actually i'm racing with my handwounded sp 7T delta, is faster than any 3.5r, i have one motor to repair, i promise a post to explain what i make.:thumbsup:

Garry Driffill
17-02-2010, 12:51 PM
What is there to gain by doing this? ...

Surely to god somthing thats made and tested electonically with set draw / timing levels by the manufacturer is pretty rock solid?

I have heard that some of the stuff top level TC racers have products that are supirior the off shelf items that may have been tamperd with?

Seems a little bit pointless to faff around, after all are they even legal if they have been "Tamperd with"? :confused:

Battle_axe
17-02-2010, 05:54 PM
to rewing inrunners such as the motors we use it is harder but not impossible here is how i have done mine for ages http://home.vrweb.de/thomas_aschenbrenner/

j.m.
18-02-2010, 01:19 AM
My Novak wouldn't be hard to rewind at all, there are actually teeth on the stator (a rarity in inrunners).

I would assume that a lot of other companies making inrunners for cars make their stators the same way. The only problem I see is getting the rear endbell off the Novak. I think it's a friction fit over the stator, and a tight one at that.