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02-26-2010 12:21 AM  10 years ago
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I have a century outrunner that doesn't have any numbers on it. Any way to tell what the kv is of this motor? I believe it was for a Swift.
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02-26-2010 12:43 AM  10 years ago
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If the motor diameter is,

42.5mm. 600A, 1110Kv.

43mm. 550, 1470Kv.

49mm. 650A, 565Kv. or 650A, 800Kv.
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02-26-2010 01:09 AM  10 years ago
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It is 42.7mm So that means it is either an 1100 or a 1470kv motor then? I wonder if the height would be different also?
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02-26-2010 01:14 AM  10 years ago
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Body length,

600A, 1110Kv. 60mm.

550, 1470Kv. 50mm.
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02-26-2010 01:34 AM  10 years ago
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It is the 1470kv motor. The body is 50.5mm long but at Centurys site they say the max voltage for this motor is a 4s lipo (14.8v). It was running on 2-6s 2600mAh lipos in series. How did it run like this without frying the motor???
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