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Old Oct 24, 2009, 12:11 AM
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Originally Posted by lance dalton
Thanks again Ron. Maybe I can borrow a AC meter.

Received the Turnigy 3020 1200kv today. Same mag count of 22 and 24.2 grams AUW. Motor tag reads 11.1 Volts 13770 rpm = 1240kv. Windings look good and I estimate about 15T of some thin wire. Might be a 1/2 turn varient. I want to run it up to see what I get.
The Komodos GWS DD prop adapter ring fits perfect on the motors GWS SF hub.
Man, that's A LOT of stator heads

Lance
Lance, you should stop by Harbor Freight and treat yourself to a DMM:

http://search.harborfreight.com/cpisearch/web/search.do?keyword=multimeter&Submit=Go


That $4 Cen-Tech is good enough for a dremel/drill test, but the $10 one can do 10A current in case you ever needed it. There are several Harbor Freight stores in the LA area. A multimeter is one of the most valuable tools to have in your toolbox, especially once you learn how to use it... it's a must have.

Cheers,
Kev
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