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Old 12-18-2009, 09:25 AM   #481
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Nice car Akudou.
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Old 12-18-2009, 11:05 AM   #482
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Thanks. Hope it wins in the best shell show

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Old 12-18-2009, 05:03 PM   #483
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Guys!

Need some help here.
I've no success in reducing my motor heat.
Currently, I'm at 38/104.

Tried = 29/104, 31/104, 35/104 with no success.
Any help?

I'm using Yeah Racing 9T brushless sensorless motor.
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Old 12-18-2009, 06:21 PM   #484
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What are your temps? How big is the track?
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I don't know the exact temperature.
Its hot to touch, which also make my chassis hot. But my ESC are cool to touch.

Track size are about the size of a basketball court.
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Old 12-18-2009, 08:03 PM   #486
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Hot to the touch means nothing. If you esc is cool then your probably at normal temps on the motor. Motors perform best when hot. My temps are usually between 130-160 but i've gone up to 170 without any problems. You should get a temp gun if your racing so you can adjust your gearing accordingly.
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Old 12-18-2009, 08:22 PM   #487
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Hey gashuffer,

Do you have the parts list that you bought and the website you went to? I tried rcmart and stellamodels, both of which seems to be incomplete on what I need...

Also, did you go for aluminum front knuckles and C-hub and rear hub carriers?

Tamiya only has the rear aluminum hub and not the front knuckles and the C-hubs, so I was thinking about using the 3Racing one. I have GPM ones on my DF-03, which works great, but seems like GPM doesn't make any parts for this car...
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I stay away from the aluminum c-hubs and knuckles because whatever is attached to them snaps if you crash.I got everything from RCmart because they are the cheapest and if you order over 150 dollars worth of stuff they upgrade you to express EMS shipping but that ends before Christmas. I bought the suspension blocks front and rear, aluminum rockers, motor mount, ifs bulk head and the ta05 rear bulkhead, tb03 steering set, aluminum out drives and the bearing spacers"crush tubes", carbon rear ifs shock tower and TRF shocks.
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What's the difference between these two sets? They were both found in the TA05 section.

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-ta0...2-p-15063.html



http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-ta0...3-p-16385.html
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Old 12-19-2009, 02:52 AM   #490
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What's the difference between these two sets? They were both found in the TA05 section.

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-ta0...2-p-15063.html



http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-ta0...3-p-16385.html
Straight from Tamiya USA "Black colored versions of our popular ITEM 53842 TA05 Stabilizer Set (F&R) *Compatible chassis: TA05"

There is no difference other than color. It also appears 53842 comes with a few more parts from the pictures on Tamiya USA. If you're looking for a stabilizer set, I have an extra one. BNIB.
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The black one's are by Yeah Racing. If you look above the description in the scroll bar it says Yeah racing.
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No, Pingers was right. This black one is by Tamiya. The yeah racing up near the top is just an annoucement from Dinball stating their sale on Yeah racing dampers...

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Oh. I need coffee
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Or do what I do, I drink 2x 22oz Monster in a row, hummingbird's heart rate are no match for mine afterwards...
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Or do what I do, I drink 2x 22oz Monster in a row, hummingbird's heart rate are no match for mine afterwards...
Wow dude you must be flying! Do you guys work 3rd shift? I always see you on-line weird hours much like myself.

Normally I hit 2 diet mountain dews at night and sleeping pills when I get home to ensure I pass out for 8 hours without interuption.
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