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Old Aug 15, 2012, 11:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Balr14 View Post
Aero-nuts used to sell some good quality brushed motors, but they have switched to all brushless now. You can still find their motors around if you look real hard. They also sell another motor that's higher quality than most OEM motors: http://www.aero-nuts.com/product_rev...&reviews_id=33. I've used them on a Lama V4 with excellent results. They like low resistance, so I don't know how well they would work in this application.
I just got a closer look at those x350 motors. Holly crap...$33.00 for a pair.

The pinion gears don't look like the same as Aero~Nuts (i wonder what the tooth count is?). Especially the "A" motor where the pinion gear looks real low. Not to mention you would have to solder the x350 connections onto the Aero~Nuts.

Balr, you mentioned Aero~Nuts "like" low resistance. Does that mean the x350 motors are a "high" resistance motor? Tell me more please Would that explain the high cost of these motors? These are interesting 180 motors.

Mike.
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