Monthly Archive: March 2014

Brushless Motor Poles – Radio Control Info

When one refers to How many poles an electric motor has, they are commonly referring to how many magnetic poles there are. Many often wonder the differences between motors having more or less poles. Here, we will focus on a brief discussion concerning Brushless motor magnetic poles. Main focus will be placed on In Runner …

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Operating Temperature of Electric and Nitro/Gas Engines

Introduction In all powered forms of Radio Control Modeling, the operating temperature of the main driving motor or engine is an important factor to consider for longevity and performance. Depending on the load or conditions the motor/engine must face will determine the correct operating temperature. The operating temperature for a gas, nitro or electric motor/Engine …

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Prop Box Build – Boat and Airplane Props

Whether you need to store Airplane Props or Boat Props, this DIY (Do it Yourself) Prop Box guide will get the job done. When Prop Numbers start to increase and it’s getting more difficult to safely store your props, a Prop Box is in desperate need. Safely storing props is always a must as props …

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Measuring Speed for all RC Models

For Measuring Electrical Parameters visit – Measuring Electricity Being able to measure the speed of your Radio Control Model may be important by many. I know my most favourable recorded value is definitely SPEED. The faster, the more thrilling. However, some of you may be wondering how is this possible? How do people determine the speed …

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