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Old 10-31-2003, 05:23 AM
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Hi all,

How can I know which motor is equivalent to other one, there are any page or list of electric motor equivalences, for example a Hacker B20-12L+4:1 which others motor can do the same job.

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Luis
Old 11-16-2003, 10:02 PM
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Hi All:

Hey Spit i'm looking for the same info as you for equivalent motors. Here is what i got.

speed 400 = endoplasma , magnetic mayhem , Trinity speed gems - ruby , sapphire, quartz. These motors are used in the R/C cars and can be used in airplanes. Don't forget the higher the windings the higher RPM's
so look for windings in the 17-24 wind range.Also these motors are being used with a 4.1 ratio gearbox. If you have info I need equivalents for 280, 300 series motors.

Thanks
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Old 11-21-2003, 09:53 AM
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for the least money - the Himax 2015 series -these guys are hard to beat --50 bucks . and a adapter kit is 6 bucks same shaft size also --
if you pick a cooler wind - the cost of th brusshless controller can also be lower ( a 10 amp type)
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Hello. Does anybody know of a site that showes the dimentions of motors such as case size?
Old 11-23-2003, 12:27 AM
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the Hacker and the Himax are the same size cans - in short and long configurations -- (20/20s)
the difference is in the shaft diameters . 2mm Himax/2.3 mm Hacker .
It is obvious that the Himax is made to be a drop in where Hacker is/was fitted.
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Hi All:

Hey CThumbs check out hobby-lobby do a search for 280,380,400 speed motors they will show you a list of the motors they carry and spec sheet for them.

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