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Old 06-29-2005, 06:09 PM
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Common motors on a row.

From left to right:

- standard 180
- HPI Modified 45t
- speed 300
- speed 400
- speed 480 bb
- 540

Just for the info......
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Old 06-29-2005, 06:17 PM
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Roelof,

Thanks, it will come in useful
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Old 06-29-2005, 06:25 PM
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Yes it will.......more and more people want to know the difference in size of the motors.....and now they can check it out for themselves.
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Old 06-29-2005, 06:28 PM
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Making an article for a magazine is usefull to create such information.

The article is now at the publisher with lots of pics, soon I will get a rough PDF file to check it out and correct where needed.
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Hey... sorry for the lame question, but what size is a mamba BL? What dimension are the motors measured by? Is like cross section in MM or circumfrance (bad sp) in mm... something like that?
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Old 10-20-2005, 10:51 PM
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mamba BL is a 200 size motor

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mamba BL is a 200 size motor...
"... numbering scheme is very simply based on the physical size of the motors. The most basic sizes are 360/380 and 540/550. These motors are 36 or 38 or 54 or 55 millimeters long... Easy ?"

The Mamba motor is about 30mm long, right homer?

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Old 10-21-2005, 12:21 PM
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33mm ...give or take 0.02mm
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so it's a 330 sized motor then, according to the link you posted...(+/- 0.2)

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so it's a 330 sized motor then, according to the link you posted...(+/- 0.2)


no. I stated above, its a 200 size.
the chart was based on brushed motors. BL motors and their designation is not the same. (ie. no set standard that I know of.)
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If the thing with the length would be right, hy is a 180 size motor 32,1mm long?

These are the mabuchi specs. Especially the 280 motors with external brushes may differ in length, but the diameter and mounting holes will match.

370 Sized motor: dia 24,4mm / length 30,8mm
(Speed300,LRP Fusion, Orion BigBlock)

280 Sized motor: dia 23,8mm / length 30,5mm
(Permax280,Reedy MiniMax)

180 Sized motor: dia 20,4mm / length 32,1mm
(Speed320, Micro/M18 Stock motor)
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are there any other 180 motors out besides th tO and hpi 45t??
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are there any other 180 motors out besides th tO and hpi 45t??
GPM has a High speed and a high torque motor with better performance. With the same performance there is the Graupner speed 320, Robbe Super 180, Xray 180, WWS 180 and a lot more.

The Graupner 320 is a good average performance motor with a long life.
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