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Old 05-09-2012, 11:38 PM   #1
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Default Scorpion 4035-560 rewind

I have a old Scorpion 4035-560. I want to rewind for more power. Some idea for rewind. Is good the wind YY for this motor? What is the better KV for Trex 700E ?
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I run a stock HKIII 4035-560 on my 700E with a 12T pinion and 112T main. This combo works pretty good with a Jive 120 (gives plenty of headroom).

stolla says rewinding this motor with 1.4mm wire in a YY configuration is the right thing to do.
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Old 05-10-2012, 01:17 PM   #3
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Thank NRPY, How many turns I need for 560 KV with 1.4mm in YY. Do you know is the power increses with YY in this motor and how many watts
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Thank NRPY, How many turns I need for 560 KV with 1.4mm in YY. Do you know is the power increses with YY in this motor and how many watts
I'd say 5+5 in YY comes close to your target.
It depends a bit on which ESC you are using. YGE and Castle produce a little bit higher Kv than Jive.
Best is always to do a test wind with thin wire and only 6 teeth (one of the 2 motors) and then let it run with a known voltage and measure the speed,
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Thank NRPY, How many turns I need for 560 KV with 1.4mm in YY. Do you know is the power increses with YY in this motor and how many watts
He said 5+5 for 560kV and 5+6 for 510kV. 8000W+ easy.
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schematic 5 + 6 YY @ 1.4 mm 510 KV ABCABC II ABCABC 565656 II 565656
i'm correct maybe someone with more experience can chime in and confirm
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schematic 5 + 6 YY @ 1.4 mm 510 KV ABCABC II ABCABC 565656 II 565656
i'm correct maybe someone with more experience can chime in and confirm
ABC is a Delta terminated winding.
I thought you would like to go with a YY?

This would be the proper YY winding scheme:
AabBCc/aABbcC
There are other possibilities by winding all groups in the same way and just terminating differently.
Just have a look at powerditto.de
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