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Old 07-25-2013, 09:00 AM
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old rc engine brushed kyosho

Identification of engine brushed rc boat kyosho
I won a set of kyosho with shaft, rudder and propeller.
Would like help to identify the following:
What is the engine brushed specification?
How many amps should be the speed control ?
motor shaft = 1/8"
propeller = 42mm x 1.4

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Old 07-26-2013, 09:28 AM
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That's a car motor of some nature. Called an 05 size motor. High maintenance unit perhaps 20+ years old. This is relative low amp situation say 35 -45 amp, max. Look around the web....somewhere details may turn up.

Perhaps consider replacing this power unit with a cheap Outrunner combo. In the same price range PLUS more dependable.
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Old 08-03-2013, 10:53 AM
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Hard to tell form your photo but from what I can see I think it looks like what was called a stock or 27 turn motor. Back in the day it most likely had a mechanical speed control. Most ESP should work with that motor. If you look around you might be able to find a waterproof lRP or monktronicks for under $50new and less for a used one.
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