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  • Factory motor RPM specs ? Is there a list?

    Is there a listing or could one be made of all the factory motor RPM specs? I know my NSR is 25,000 because it says so but the majority of the manufacturers aren’t so bold. It would just be nice to know when comparing car to car on the home tracks.
    Scalextric, Carrera, SCX, Fly, GBtrack, Reprotech, Monogram, these are a few I would like to know but any others would be great to. I know there are a few different motors from some of these companies so the list could be big.

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    Maybe this will help?

    http://slotcarnews.blogspot.com/2007...otor-list.html

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    • Michael Squier
      Michael Squier commented
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      Thanks. I knew I wasn’t the first guy to want to know. That list is huge, must have taken then a long time to test all those motors.,

    • Michael Squier
      Michael Squier commented
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      Great list but no data on Reprotech. I wonder who they got their motors from I’m sure it’s similar to some other maker.

  • #3
    The list may not have been updated for some time. I have the list as an Excel spreadsheet, the advantage to that is that it can be sorted by any parameter. For example you might be looking for a more or less powerful FC130 type motor, so you would first sort the entire list for motor type, then sort the FC130s for power.
    I can e-mail anyone that is a interested a copy of the list but you would need Excel to use it.

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    • War Eagle River
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      Not everyone has Excel capabilities Rich. Put it in more of a friendly viewable format for folks.

  • #4
    You have to use some sort of spreadsheet program to do a sort. You can download a free shareware program that mimics Excel. If you are looking for something specific I can do a sort for you and post a screen shot of the results. For example you might be looking for something just a little more powerful than a stock Scalextric FC-130 motor.

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