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Old 08-27-2010, 04:19 AM   #1
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hi there,

i was racing my dad's associated b3 last meeting when all of a sudden it stopped. we did not know what the problem was but all we knew was that you had to spin the motor to get it going again. so we bought a new motor to go with it and it would go in my brother's schumacher mi2ec because his brushless esc and motor conked out the same meeting.

so we put the esc and new motor from my associated b3 into my brothers touring car and it did the same thing, you had to spin the motor to get it going. it can't be the esc because we have only used it for two meetings and both those meetings it never got hot and was never being pushed with a low wind motor it was running a 13.5t and was stone cold after each race.

we think it could be the timing but we don't know.

the esc is a nosram matrix evolution and the motor is a gm 8.5 turn motor

many thanks in advance

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