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Old 08-25-2004, 07:15 PM   #16
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Q:also how are you attaching the wire to the comm??
A: using a 60 watt soldering iron with silver solder.

Q:are you epoxying the whole arm after it is wound??
A: Havent used epoxy yet, but i do wrap the windings with kevlar thread, just below the communicator. that works well to keep the last winds from going to the outside, or fron being thrown.

Q:are you using fresh blanks or unwrapping wound motors??
A: I was just unwind motors. so far an epic 27t, orion rush 17t, and a peak 17t

Q:if youre unwrapping arms to get blanks how many you wind stay together or dont short and smoke??
A: none so far, i just make sure i take my time, and clean the wire good before soldering. i have noticed alot of brush wear on the epic though im not sure why. maybe it came with softer brushes and wasnt meant for that kinda rpm.

hope this helps.
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