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Old 02-11-2012, 07:36 AM   #91
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Old 02-11-2012, 08:29 AM   #92
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anyone have ever try this motor with Orca speedo? 10.5t boosted, my place temperature around 36c
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anyone have ever try this motor with Orca speedo? 10.5t boosted, my place temperature around 36c
yes motor runs great with orca

Timing: 30
Turbo delay: off
Turbo timing: 44
Turbo interval: 2
Punch:10
PWM: 32k
Drag brake: off
Initial brake: off
Brake freq: 1.4 kHz

this what i run on 17.5t
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Old 02-11-2012, 08:47 AM   #94
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yes motor runs great with orca

Timing: 30
Turbo delay: off
Turbo timing: 44
Turbo interval: 2
Punch:10
PWM: 32k
Drag brake: off
Initial brake: off
Brake freq: 1.4 kHz

this what i run on 17.5t
okay thanks!
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Old 02-11-2012, 08:51 AM   #95
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by the way, what FDR should i start? 10.5t boosted
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by the way, what FDR should i start? 10.5t boosted
7.4 to 8.0 i think as start point
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Old 02-11-2012, 09:03 AM   #97
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great will give a little feedback
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Old 02-11-2012, 12:05 PM   #98
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Just wondering what testing you are doing with the stator swaps? Unless I'm mistaken, if you put a 17.5 stator in a 13.5 can you are running a stock motor in a superstock class & vice versa? In modified classes I can see that you would swap things around to fit a specific track layout. In the 13.5 or 17.5 classes, swapping stators isn't optional, is it?
There really is no can anymore. You can put any stator with the same endbells and you're good to go. Not really legal to run a 13.5 in a stock (17.5) class. This is one of the benefits of swapping stators without having extra endbells. 1 set of endbells and 4 stators, you can pretty much run any class available.
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It would be really neat if we could buy optional cans in different colors. I think a black can with the white silkscreening would look great.

I love the motors, they've been excellent.
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Anyone try the blue vs. green rotor in 1s - 1/12 & WGT?
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Anyone try the blue vs. green rotor in 1s - 1/12 & WGT?
I run the green rotor in my griffin 12 and its freakin awsome. I'm told its not a good combo for big tracks but you never know. The track I race on is 60x36 and it works great there. Hope that helps.
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Anyone try the blue vs. green rotor in 1s - 1/12 & WGT?
i use the green in both 1/12th and my tc both 17.5 blinky...definitely no lack of rip
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All 3 rotors are good in certain applications. You just have to find the right timing and gearing and all can be very fast.
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All 3 rotors are good in certain applications. You just have to find the right timing and gearing and all can be very fast.
Larry,

Say your on a 100x50 track, medium-high grip ..

Any general rules of thumb that you go by when going between these rotors?
How is the feel different?
Any gearing/timing suggestions for blinky 1/12 and WGT?
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Anyone compared the Thunder Power motor with the direct equivalent Reedy while using the same settings etc on their ESC?

What was the difference?

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