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    Some specific/technical questions about some traxxas products...

    First at all...I really don't know if I can post this here or in the "about traxxas" subforum ...Anyways...

    1-What is the "T" rating of the EZ motor found in the nitro engines?
    2-What is the max voltage can support the EZ motor?
    3-Exist the "C" for NiMH batteries? If so...What is the "C" rating of the EZ-Start battery (2919) and traxxas 7 cell 3000mah (2923)? There says the ez battery is 6-c but in the product page says sub-C(or is the size of the battery) and the 7 cell 3000mah battery says 7-c and the product page says sub-C (I am very confused )

    I think that's it...

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    I forgot add...:

    What is the size of the ez start motor? 540, 380,...etc?

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    Please, help...
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    I think it's a 540. I say that because when I smashed a toy grade rc car, the motor in it said 540 on it, and it was the SAME size, shape, and everything as the EZ Start motor. Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfslash16 View Post
    I think it's a 540. I say that because when I smashed a toy grade rc car, the motor in it said 540 on it, and it was the SAME size, shape, and everything as the EZ Start motor. Hope this helps!
    Thanks a lot...I only need the "t"rating, then i can make a "small" modification to my ez starter

    Thanks again

    P.S: i like smash my toy grade rc cars too
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBG View Post
    I forgot add...:

    What is the size of the ez start motor? 540, 380,...etc?

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    The motor size on the EZ Start system is a 380. The Titans in the 1/10th and the E-Maxx are 550s and the old Stringer and commonly used brush motor is a 540.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emaxx2.0 View Post
    The motor size on the EZ Start system is a 380. The Titans in the 1/10th and the E-Maxx are 550s and the old Stringer and commonly used brush motor is a 540.
    Wait...so is 540 or 380?
    And if anyone knows what is the "t" rating... let me know please
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    I was searching for the specs of the ez motor and look:

    The ez motor
    http://www.mabuchi-motor.co.jp/cgi-b...AT_ID=rs_380sh


    Then I was looking for others motors and look:

    The titan 550 12t:
    http://www.mabuchi-motor.co.jp/cgi-b..._ID=rs_550pcvc

    And the titan 775:
    http://www.mabuchi-motor.co.jp/cgi-b..._ID=rs_755vcwc

    Those 3 motors looks very similar to Traxxas motors...Interesting....

    And yes...The ez motor is 380...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBG View Post
    1-What is the "T" rating of the EZ motor found in the nitro engines?
    2-What is the max voltage can support the EZ motor?
    3-Exist the "C" for NiMH batteries? If so...What is the "C" rating of the EZ-Start battery (2919) and traxxas 7 cell 3000mah (2923)? There says the ez battery is 6-c but in the product page says sub-C(or is the size of the battery) and the 7 cell 3000mah battery says 7-c and the product page says sub-C (I am very confused )
    Anyone????
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBG View Post
    1-What is the "T" rating of the EZ motor found in the nitro engines?
    2-What is the max voltage can support the EZ motor?
    3-Exist the "C" for NiMH batteries? If so...What is the "C" rating of the EZ-Start battery (2919) and traxxas 7 cell 3000mah (2923)? There says the ez battery is 6-c but in the product page says sub-C(or is the size of the battery) and the 7 cell 3000mah battery says 7-c and the product page says sub-C (I am very confused )
    Anyone????

    Also I have another question:
    If the EZ motor is an 380 motor, I can use this 380 motor?:
    http://buy.traxxas.com/product_info....oducts_id=9507

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    question 3, 2919 is a 6-c, which is 6 cell 7.2V nimh pack
    2923 is 7-c or 7 cell 8.4V
    the 'c' in the Ni** type battery is the same as the 's' in describing lipo's
    Sub-C is the size of the battery cell, like AA, AAA,C,D,
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    Quote Originally Posted by trax de max View Post
    question 3, 2919 is a 6-c, which is 6 cell 7.2V nimh pack
    2923 is 7-c or 7 cell 8.4V
    the 'c' in the Ni** type battery is the same as the 's' in describing lipo's
    Sub-C is the size of the battery cell, like AA, AAA,C,D,
    Ok, thanks....again
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