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Old 01-18-2011, 09:07 AM   #1171
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i want to used stock dm1-S chassis for brushless set -up anybody knows the part number or where can a get the motor mount that will fit in ...thanks for your help guys
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i want to used stock dm1-S chassis for brushless set -up anybody knows the part number or where can a get the motor mount that will fit in ...thanks for your help guys
I just did this and have a walk-through and part numbers used here:
http://www.rccoh.com/rc.how-to/dm-1....onversion.html

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i want to used stock dm1-S chassis for brushless set -up anybody knows the part number or where can a get the motor mount that will fit in ...thanks for your help guys
Part #41125 $47.95
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Old 01-18-2011, 09:23 AM   #1174
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Part #41125 $47.95
Has anyone used this on a DM-1Spec?
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Has anyone used this on a DM-1Spec?
No, but if I were to convert my DM1 Spec this will be the route that I will go.
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No, but if I were to convert my DM1 Spec this will be the route that I will go.
I guess my question should of been...

Has anyone verified that this will fit?
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I know the mounting holes will line up, but as far as clearance issues with other parts on the chassis, not sure. Should work fine. I am going to try this mount on my Jammin on-road conversion when the RC-Monster mount needs to be replaced.

I got the bumper and body mounts today Bill, they fit the Jammin perfectly!
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Old 01-18-2011, 10:13 AM   #1179
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They will be available here in the USA within 2 weeks. With the new 2011 year upon us, expect to see our new innovative rear slicks and new rubber compounds getting the job done at a track near you.

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Do these require special wider wheels? Or do they fit standard 1/8 wheels?
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Do these require special wider wheels? Or do they fit standard 1/8 wheels?
These new tires are already preglued on the wider rims. Ipanema tires are all preglued on BBS, 5-Star, or Dish rims.
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I know the mounting holes will line up, but as far as clearance issues with other parts on the chassis, not sure. Should work fine. I am going to try this mount on my Jammin on-road conversion when the RC-Monster mount needs to be replaced.

I got the bumper and body mounts today Bill, they fit the Jammin perfectly!
Sweet!

I'll add that motor mount to the website then, as long as the holes line up, the rest should be fine.
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Since I have an older Ofna gtp ,the only motor mount option without buying a conversion kit is rc-monster,currently out of stock and I dont much care for the design, I am trying to produce my own mount,and wanted some input on some designs I wanted to change.
Reversable mount -in the rear center support section, I wanted to make the mount work on either side of the chassis.
3 hole mounting to chassis -similar to ofna's
No recess for motor mounting bolts , this allows you to mount the motor on the either side and also foward on the leftside should I choose ?
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You can do the slots like RC-M, you can use a slider like Elite RC, or you can use a cam like the Grid and also the Jammin/DM-1 mount. Slots are probably the easiest to make, but if you don't care for the RCM design you might want to do a slider or cam system, but it will be harder to make. RC-M recently also changed the design on a few of their mounts so that the bottom is just a bushing attached to the motor that pivots in a hole, and the top screw provides the holding force, making for easier adjustment. May want to look into that.

If you want to be able to use it in all 3 positions (left rear, right rear, left front) you will need to have a bearing slot on both sides of the mount.
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You can do the slots like RC-M, you can use a slider like Elite RC, or you can use a cam like the Grid and also the Jammin/DM-1 mount. Slots are probably the easiest to make, but if you don't care for the RCM design you might want to do a slider or cam system, but it will be harder to make. RC-M recently also changed the design on a few of their mounts so that the bottom is just a bushing attached to the motor that pivots in a hole, and the top screw provides the holding force, making for easier adjustment. May want to look into that.

If you want to be able to use it in all 3 positions (left rear, right rear, left front) you will need to have a bearing slot on both sides of the mount.
On the rcm design, I just to dont like the 2 narrow mounting points the ofna, 3 point system is much more stable , I would do slots or an arch and piviot point, on the center mount for the bearing I would not have to do bearing slot, all I need to do is make sure either both bearing holder keeper/flange are either facing each other or facing away from each other at the sametime, either way bearing would be trapped
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I'm not sure I understand how you are explaining the bearing setup. If the bearing flanges/slots were facing away from the bearing it wouldn't have any support?
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