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Discussion in 'Parts and Accessories Classifieds' started by Guges Mk3, Nov 15, 2018.
You can see how it attaches to the motor can in this photo.
Someone got this from somewhere on the Krytac Forum.
I think the picture is broken
Reuploaded onto Imageshack just in case
I can see both of them. First one was forum server loaded.
Got a 30k long by chance?
Just sold my last one. Can order another in in short time. I do have the 25K unit in long.
Could i also get a 30k long when you have em?
Not at problem.
Waiting on some parts and then I will know for sure what I need.
I have a Tienly Short 25K with a broken motor tab. I was sliding it on and my hand slipped and "tink" the tab is no longer connected.
Any one want the motor? 45.00 shipped, which is below my cost.
Damn, $45 for a broken motor. I haven't spent time learning about Tienlies yet but are they worth that much?
It’s stupidly easy to fix a broken motor tab. Just have to unscrew and take out the endbell or metal connector plate.
I would consider getting it, but I currently have four matrix motors that I got just for the magnets/cans for dirt cheap. Plus I really need to take a break from spending on airsoft and I already have whole sale j-cage bearings and some other stuff that I need before another motor.
Here is an Old Video of the Tienly's when they came out in 2007
And our own in house review...
Not broken at all, just solder the motor wire to the brush "house" instead of the motor terminal and it'll work perfectly fine.
Which someone can do with their AEG and this motor.
I couldn’t understand what the idea was behind the first test with the oil? Was it the air cooling intake thingy?
But holy cow the heat test was impressive. Would be curious to know what systema motor they used and the details on it, such as tpa for a very very basic comparison.
Also interesting that they literally just taped a motor to a v3 and it didn’t walk out.
Do you happen to know if they are still doing warranties or have stopped?
I don't know much about tienlys. What is their highest torque option?
Generally speaking torque and RPM are inversely related
GT25K is their highest torque version and that is a "fast" "high" torque motor.
Of all the Tienly's I have doled out since 2007...I only know of "1" that has failed and that was due to Zombie over driving a 45K motor with a M130 (Rated for M120 only) Spring and 14.4V for 90 days. It failed only when a solder point melted. I believe he fixed it by resoldering it...
This is the motor that was used in the test.