Slow Speed Crawler Requires……………
Kawada (#M62500) 50T MX-6 Trial Motor
Team Atlas (#AT7-145) Rock Climer Motor 50T 9570RPM
Team Atlas (#AT7-146) Rock Climer Motor 60T 8030RPM
Team Atlas (#AT7-147) Rock Climer Motor 70T 6700RPM
Team Atlas (#AT7-148) Rock Climer Motor 80T 5940RPM
Team Atlas (#AT7-149) Rock Climer Motor 90T 4730RPM
Team Atlas (#AT7-150) Rock Climer Motor 100T 3850RPM
–About Motor Spec–
What is ” T ” ?
“T” means “Turn”. A lower turn value produces less torque but higher speed. A higher turn value produces more torque but lower speed.
(less Torque/higher Speed) 50T<— 60T—70T—>100T (more Torque/lower Speed)
Tips: Off-Road Crawler Requires More Torque (use big final ratio)
Off-Road Big Angle Crawler Requires Much More Torque (use bigger final ratio)
On-Road Racer Car Requries High Speed (use small final ratio)
What is Final Ratio?
Final Ratio = (Spur Gear ÷ Motor gear) x 7.692 (this figure is only for Axial AX10 Crawler Car)
eg. 116T ÷ 18T x 7.692 = 49.57
Original Final Ratio : 33.46
*you can adjust the final ratio at your own discretion to control the speed and the torque. If you need high speed, use small final ratio; if you need more torque, use big final ratio.
A bigger final ratio means more torque and low speed while a smaller one reflects less torque and high speed.
If the final ratio is smaller than what the car requires, the motor may be overheated.
If the speed of the car does not accelerate, it may mean the final ratio is too small. You need to adjust the final ratio.
–Where to buy gear ?–
YeahRacing Spur Gear
Kawada Motor Gear
*AX10 Original Spur Gear Adaptor For Tamiya & Axial Spur Gear
*Yeahracing & Kawada Spur Gear Require Use ”3Racing AX10-02 / GR Supr Gear Adaptor For AX10″