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    Titan 775 specs?

    Has anyone found any specs on the titan 775?

    KershawDesigns.com shows the motor comparison table, that the 775 will have 29 mm spacing with a 5 mm shaft with 4 mm mounting bolts. Other than those few details, it sounds like a Mabuchi 775 motor with a Titan metal label.

    If the titan 775 has zero timing (like the Mabuchi), it could be used as a replacement motor for the titan 550 on the brushed e-revo. The stock front motor mount plate would need a wider holes for the 29 mm mountning bolts and slide groove. The stock rear motor mount plate on the e-revo already has 29 mm spacing for M4 bolts, so the titan 775 should fit without modification, which makes sense because Traxxas would want to keep the same part for both e-revo's and the summit. If timing is other than zero, then the titan 775 wouldn't work by just reversing the motors.

    For those of us who have damaged titan 550's (my son damaged seven), the titan 775 might be a nice upgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteGra
    For those of us who have damaged titan 550's (my son damaged seven), the titan 775 might be a nice upgrade.
    I was wondering the same thing....
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    I don't know about exact specs but I did talk to Traxxas about power/ runtimes.

    They said it would have more torque than 550s as well as little better runtimes. He did emphasize the word "little". Runtimes may be due to gearing though. Hopefully it is more effcient though.

    Winter is comming and I am looking forward the the waterproofing. You can run brushless / lipo with water so I would like to squeeze all the runtime I can out of a NiMH / brushed setup.
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    I have about 10 runs on the stock titans that came in my E-Revo and they don't work any more. Ran 3-4 times with 7.4cell 3000 mah nimh and the rest with 2c 8000mah lipo w/ external LVC.

    Been meaning to remove and send back to Traxxas but I've been wrapped up at work.

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    Even if it does have timing on the motor, it won't matter too much on the E-Revo. I beleive one of these will be similer performance to 2 x 550 titan's at the least. So only one motor is required as replacement for titans
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    A twin 775 would be sick
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    Found this. Tells a bit about the 775 Motor. The 700-HO is there too.

    http://home.ptd.net/~kershawd/Kersha...isonTable.html

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    I wonder if the 700-HO is better than the 775. I mean sure, the 775 is bigger, but the 700-HO might be a higher quality. Anyways, if I ever got an E-revo, the 775 motor would be the first mod I did. So much less hassle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milemarkers
    Found this. Tells a bit about the 775 Motor. The 700-HO is there too.

    http://home.ptd.net/~kershawd/Kersha...isonTable.html
    On paper the 700 HO looks to be a faster more torque motor because of its 15 degree advance timing compared to the 775's 3 degree advance timing.

    The higher advance would allow greater rpm's (speed) for less torque (power x time) in the same motor. (Compare the 700-HO to the higher rpm 700 motor with less watts from the same table).

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    Like to see the specs of the 775 on that sheet...

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    I wonder if Traxxas will consider brushless 775s?

    Not insane speed, the E-Revo BL looks like it can barely take it as is. Wait that isn't the VXL... Still any faster and you probably could n't control the thing at all.
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    You guys do know that the erevo motor mounts are predrilled to accept the 775 motors, right?

    And yes a single 775 is more powerful than two titans at least on my emaxx it was and the runtimes were pretty good too.
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    Noob question. I thought that the brushed 500 Titan needed to have the brushes replaced and they wore out frequently/ IS that true and would it also apply to the 775?
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    titans are not rebuildable so no you can't change the brushes out, the 775 motor will be the same. So if it wears out you will have to replace the motor.
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    Kershaw 700-HO vs. Titan 755.

    I wonder...
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    I want to put twin 775's in my villain
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    It looks like it's 10-turns/16.8 volts...
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    Quote Originally Posted by danielhr77
    It looks like it's 10-turns/16.8 volts...
    where did you find that ??
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    A little bird told me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by danielhr77
    A little bird told me...
    You tease....
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    I'm guessing this is the motor:

    mabuchi motor
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    the 700HO should be quicker than the 775 cuz of the timing advance. although it may have a bit more torque due to the minor size difference. i believe all titans have zero timing advance for the sake of longevity of the evx2. i have a dual 700HO emaxx now. i actually run 2 7cell gp3300's in it. as an experiment i ran it w/ one 700ho and didn't notice any difference in performance. that being said, 1 775 should be plenty for the summit.
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    i forget exactly where i found it, but the titan 550s are mabuchi motors. so i assume that would mean the titan 775s are mabuchi as well? anywho, banebots has 775s in stock, cheap, and the specs are on that page too.
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    you do realize traxxas has all of the part number posted for the Summit right?

    From traxxas site

    5675 Motor, Titan 775 (10-turn/16.8 volts) (1)................................... Call

    http://www.traxxas.com/PDF-Library/5610_parts.pdf

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    could a single Kersahw 970 be used on this truck or is it to big ?
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    It's too big.
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    I have a 750 HS and a 970
    It is bigger but not that much





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    if you want to find out call or send traxxas an e mail

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    Quote Originally Posted by riley n View Post
    if you want to find out call or send traxxas an e mail
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