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Old 12-13-2011, 07:39 AM   #61
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I would like to know if you can change a Z3R-S to a Z3R-M and vice versa. I know the stators can be interchanged to change the wind of the motor, but I wasn’t sure if I buy a 10.5 and decide later I want a 9.5 or 8.5 etc, will I be able to do that? Why are they labeled different with the -S and the -M

(Obviously I know the -S is stock and the -M is modified, but that doesn’t really tell me if they are different)

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Old 12-20-2011, 01:19 PM   #62
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Hy!

I would like to know what kind of gearing is the best for Z3R 6.5T motor? I'd like to use in modifield class in carpet but we run for 7minutes. I use SP v2.1 ESC with 3.0 Modifield software. (If someone's got a good ESC setup thats would be very great)

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Old 12-20-2011, 01:42 PM   #63
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Hy!

I would like to know what kind of gearing is the best for Z3R 6.5T motor? I'd like to use in modifield class in carpet but we run for 7minutes. I use SP v2.1 ESC with 3.0 Modifield software. (If someone's got a good ESC setup thats would be very great)

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Using 205 I would suggest starting with a 7.5 final leaving the mechanical timing set at 20*.
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Old 12-21-2011, 06:39 AM   #64
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Using 205 I would suggest starting with a 7.5 final leaving the mechanical timing set at 20*.
And what programs i use to 6.5T? (boost..and others)

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Old 12-21-2011, 06:46 AM   #65
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And what programs i use to 6.5T? (boost..and others)

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You will need to look at the Speed Passion site to find setups using Boost.
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Looking for a good starting point for 17.5 blinky 12th scale on a med/large carpet track...timing, std/option rotor, rollout

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Looking for a good starting point for 17.5 blinky 12th scale on a med/large carpet track...timing, std/option rotor, rollout

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35 deg timing on motor
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Is the timing on the endbell of these motors 'True' timing or manufacturer BS

... Also, does anyone have a picture of the endbell with it's timing marks etc?

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Hi
I'm running the 17.5 blinky Stock TC ,I just installed the High Torque green rotor..How many pinion teeth are different between red and the green rotor ?
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Is the timing on the endbell of these motors 'True' timing or manufacturer BS

... Also, does anyone have a picture of the endbell with it's timing marks etc?

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there should be some pic on the thunderpower website
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I'm running the 17.5 blinky Stock TC ,I just installed the High Torque green rotor..How many pinion teeth are different between red and the green rotor ?
Maybe one tooth. A safe starting point is 4.0 and I personally like 3.7-3.8 timed at 40* With a fan temps after 3min should be around 135* and 145* - 150* after 6min.
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Just the inform anyone who saw my early posts, here's a photo with the timing set to 20deg (and by the way the rotor measures 1300 gauss);
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Maybe one tooth. A safe starting point is 4.0 and I personally like 3.7-3.8 timed at 40* With a fan temps after 3min should be around 135* and 145* - 150* after 6min.
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I am looking for a set up for a 17.5 TP motor in a WGT car with 2S and Speed passion GT2.0 speedo, indoor carpet track about a 20m straight

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Have those motors a temperature chceck for esc in sensor ?
U no like LRP or GM Motors
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