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RE: Motor and chassis issue 2
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Motor and chassis issue Scratch Building
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since the class it races in isn't usually very powerful motors anyway, consider an ff030 motor - similar to the ff050 slimline, but well - only 3/5ths the length.

The ones I have used are about 2.5 watts, They rev to 22k, but have so little torque, they have similar power to an NC-1 or a 15k ff050 motor.

I have a set of Scale BMW minis I re-powered as inline with these. They have enough power for a typical home track if you are running non-magnet.
Just gear them about 4:1 eg 8:30 or lower
You may be able to fit it sidewinder on edge behind the driver pan, or inline, making a shallower driver pan It is only 15.1mm in the flat height.

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