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Old 04-14-2006, 02:51 PM   #1
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Default Getting the most out of a new maduchi 540 (breaking it in)

Hey guys,
I usually race MOD but have decided to race a 540 car aswell,
i have a brand new mabuchi 540 and was wondering what you can do to get the most performance out of it and the best way to break it in,i have heard a couple of things like to run it in a mix of coke and brass polish and someone has even mentioned petrol to me!

Any help would be great,
Oh and what size pinion/spur should i be running with this motor in an xray evo2?
The pics of our track is below in the link (it is fairly tight)
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Use water dipping on the brushes and polishing compound on the bushings. Clean and lube. You should be set.
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Old 04-16-2006, 09:49 AM   #3
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Go`s way faster that way...
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