Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

Post by Lowgear »

This is the place to discus the: "Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide"

For cleanliness and clarity, it was decided to no longer allow posts to be made in the actual topic itself. The discussion regarding it can be made here instead in this spin-off thread.

This also serves as the place to post any motor specs you may have that are not on the list. They will then be added as necessary.

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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Yokomo SuperWing Pro System:

MT is 17T
RF is 18T
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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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I don't see any Orion motors listed.

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

Post by V12 »

Team Orion motors maybe are not really vintage. I mean old enough to be vintage.

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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2003 isn't old enough?
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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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Some motors aren't listed due to not having the part numbers which is a bit of a requirement. There's still other motors I have the specs and part numbers for but just have to find the time to add them.

Edit: Also, all motors listed are from the '90s or older.

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

Post by R6cowboy »

Here's a pink label Trinity Monster Horsepower 1985-87 World Champions motor I tested out today. Motor has some gahones, 38,000+ rpm at 7.2 volts.

I don't see any Trinity Monster Horsepower motors listed in the reference guide. If anyone has info/specs on these motors please share.

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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Very cool! That's one of these: Monster 1700 Power Series

They came with a small paper sticker dot with a letter on it to identify which motor they are. Most have lost the dot.
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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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I'm actually looking at the same motor myself trying to find the specs. Only thing I've seen is on ebay with no info, though for more than I could have possibly paid in 1990 or so... Don't want to smoke the thing, but trying to revive my old gold pan and have no idea if this will work ok with the hobbywing 1060 I just got or if I'm better off just getting something new and saving the vintage until I know better...

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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Lowgear, when you have time there’s nearly 2 dozen Team Pit Stop motors listed at the bottom of the instructions that your could add to your guide.

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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Opened up my old tool box for my car and found that I have the original tag for the trinity, to whatever amount it helps.

"4103 Slotted Brush
2 shunts and new formula for less resistance and more horsepower"

Oh, and $3.50 back then... probably costs more than that to lube it up now.

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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jcwrks wrote: Sat Jan 20, 2024 10:45 pm Lowgear, when you have time there’s nearly 2 dozen Team Pit Stop motors listed at the bottom of the instructions that your could add to your guide.


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I'm just seeing this now almost a month later. :?


That's exactly the kind of info I'm looking for, and what this topic was meant for. :) I'll add it sometime today.

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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I've added the Team Pit Stop info. Thanks again!

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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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Several moths ago I've bought a RF Wing Stock to made an addition to my small collection. Seller have been so kind sending me some old advs allowing me to know something more about Wing motors:

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YMW2 Wing 2 Modified Motor 15 turn single
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Re: Ultimate Vintage Brushed Motor Reference Guide (Discussion Topic)

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I had a Ti Modified 7x2 hanging on my wall for 15 years. 2x I installed it into new cars and both times the cars were so incredibly fast that they rolled and tumbled. One broke.

So the motor was just too powerful. I just kept shelving it. I figured someone else could actually use it, so I put it on an eBay auction. It was bid over 50. I was satisfied. But I also miss it. :lol:

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Go ahead, let me have it. :lol:

I was sold it as a hand wound custom a couple decades ago. Other then 7x2 I have no more info :(

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