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Old 11-13-2007, 04:40 AM   #11
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Mamba Max is a sensorless ESC, it's a very well made ESC it's powering my 15LB monster truck on 4S 7400 Lipo...

so sensored or sensorless would work just fine...
with the new MambaMaxx update it should run fine, before some use to work and some didn't... but now they all should work..

what's the KV rating (rpm/volt) for the 13.5?

if you want a sensorless motor, just find one with the same KV as the 13.5

The lower the wind on brushless motors, the hottor the motor (higher KV as winds decrease)
eg. 7XL 2382 kv, 8XL 2084 kv, and so on

but the higher the wind, the more torque it has...
The Power of BRUSHLESS!!!!!
1HP (electric) = 746 Watts.
Everything is brushless!!
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Old 11-13-2007, 08:13 AM   #12
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Team Orion Vortex

I have the Vortex 13.5 from Team Orion. it is said to be sensored/sensorless so it can work with the MM ESC. that said I personally haven't tried it with a sensorless ESC however I have already read that it has been tried.

the 13.5 can have timing adjustments so for stock racing you may have to "prove" that the timing isn't advanced at all for racing purposes. otherwise its a SUPER AWESOME motor. I ran it in my xxx CR at the hobby show and it was out of sight!!!.
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Old 11-13-2007, 10:18 AM   #13
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if you take sensored motor on sensorless esc the timming on motor change anything

you need to change the timming in the esc but run it at less best 0 degree

more timming = more heat in diode and motor gear more if you need more speed
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