Based on a motor with a max RPM of 60000, you would want to find an option with the Rpm/Volt closest to the following w/o going over, right? Question 1
Using 3.7v per cell
6s option =60000/22.2=2702r/v
5s option =60000/18.5=3243r/v
4s option =60000/14.8=4054r/v
3s option =60000/11.1=5405r/v
…or is it better to use the max voltage of the cell (4.2v) Question 2
6s option =60000/25.2=2380r/v
5s option =60000/21.0=2857r/v
4s option =60000/16.8=3571r/v
3s option =60000/12.6=4761r/v
I have read that it is better to run a lower Rpm / Volt motor and use more volts. In other words a 6s on a 2702r/v would be better than a 3s on a 5405r/v.
Is this true? If so, then why? Questions 3, and 4
So if using a 1515 Neu motor, your ideal options would be…
6s = 1515/1y 2200
5s = 1515/1.5D 2700
4s = 1515/1D 4100
3s = 1515/1D 4100
in that order…correct? Question 5
Oh yeah….why am I posting this here?
Because, I am looking for brushless options for the E-Revo and Mamba Monster I have on pre-order.
OK..now let me have it!
I know you are all opinionated about this and I want to hear it all.
Just please don’t bash each other for having different ideas on the best set-up.
Whatever your idea is…I’d like to hear it