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Hello Alexis, my supplier is not the dreaded slowman, Art of Dart hobbies.....but delivery could still be slow.


John Warren

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Caddo - too many NC1 cars already to do that - the main purpose for finding a NC1 compatible motor is to find motors to suit newer racers who have trouble finding NC1 equipped cars seeing as though Ninco started putting NC5 motors in their classic sports cars and for those of us who make resin cars up.

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A 14k SRP motor has turned up on trademe. - MRRC SRP MT-PX14 REPLACEMENT MOTOR - S CAN 14,000RPM - If it's here it might be available at other outlets too.


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Hi Wobble.

 

I tested the SRP 14000K as part of NZSCA consideration of Ninco NC1/NC 8 replacement prior to the Ninco Classic being dropped as a National class. There was no way it could compete with the Ninco motor whereas the BWA NC1 was almost identical.

 

Regards Chas Le Breton

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Yes, I agree Chas, haven't tested them properly but the SRP is definitely slower, mind you it wouldnt be a problem if all used them.

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Isn't that Peter Davison's new shop? He was aka Hobbes1.

 

I wondered about that too considering all the MRRC SRP stuff he has listed on trademe.


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I believe that the SRP 14k is rated at 14v, and is virtually identical to the Scaleauto one (Same brand anyway)...

 

Also, there is 1 more motor that hasn't been mentioned...

Scaley do a Green Endbell motor that is very similar to the NC1.

I have a pair of them that came in my Lego Drift cars...

I couldn't figure out why they were so slow till I changed it for a normal white endbell motor...

Further testing proved them to be about 13k.

 

The other motor that is available is the Ninco N1 (NC-11) which appears to just be a NC1 in a FK-130 can instead of a FC-130...

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The N1 is pretty much an NC-8

 

NINCO N-1 (FK-130) [12,973 RPM/12v] 16,000 RPM/14.8v, tested 13,000 RPM/12v

 

NINCO NC-8 (FK-130) [12,973 RPM/12v] 16,000/14.8v, tested 13,370/12v w/inductor, 13,635 w/o inductor

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Yep, the only difference is the shaft length.

The N1 is longer than the Thruster

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Interesting news about Dart. Must have a look.

 

Only trouble with NINCO is they are very expensive - at least in NZ

 

Regards Charles Le Breton

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I have motors

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These are pre "Dart" so there is no sticker but they are the genuine BWA/NC-1 motor.

 

Let me know if you want a few. $AU10.00 each plus shipping.


John Warren

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Hi Munter. I will have a couple please. How much to NP? ill ay via Paypal. Have you any resin bodies for sale at present. Still hoping you will produce that DBR1.

 

Hope you had good Christmas. All the best for 2017.

 

Regards to you and Gaylene.

 

Coraleen and Chas Le Breton

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