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Old 09-02-2014, 02:17 PM   #451
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You have to take whole motor apart to make the adjustments I've mentioned. Be careful when removing any of the endbells to keep track of how many shims are on the rotor for each side. Also a shim or two can stay stuck to a bearing inside the sensor side. Wish I could be more help but I have since moved onto a better quality motor with no hassles.
Which motor did you end up going with? I have a 17.5 motor i need to get more RPMs out of for a spec class, but i'm going to open it and modify it like you suggested first
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Why do you think we run them with 70* of timing...

I ran my new ones this weekend with 58* and they felt down on power...
BTW I put my both of my 21.5 Kill Shots (RPM stator) on my Motorlyser and at 70 degrees End bell timing the Motorlyser says the timing is ~55 degrees. Others have found the same thing with the Kill Shots, the end bell timing is overstated.
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So i know this thread is a little old but wanted to get some input on the ht/ht 17.5 motor I'm running. I'm running on a small indoor clay track with maby a 70ft straght kinda smooth flowing track. Spec blinky tekin rs. I'm running 28/75 tried 26/75 78/25 78/26 played around with timing but I'm just not getting the results I'm looking For. Some guys running reedys and d4's and I just can't keep up with them. I'm averaging about 9 tenths 9f a second behind. I can run consistent laps back to back with the throttle hammerd. Any ideas on gearing/timing.
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hi just wondering by looking at the motor high rpm and high torque motor is there a way to tell which one you have thanks
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hi just wondering by looking at the motor high rpm and high torque motor is there a way to tell which one you have thanks
On the can next to the winding label, it will be marked with either a R or a T
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Ran my new Kill Shot 17.5 not the Fantom tuned version. it has the 12.5mm HT rotor, but the RPM stator.
RPM 13,257 @1.6 seconds
Power: 42.62 @7820 rpm
Torque: 823 gm/cm (82.61 Nmm)

As I keep running it, it keeps getting better. You might want to try the 12.5mm RPM rotor. At least, in my 21.5 KS (RPM stator too), the RPM rotor gave me more power, RPM, and surprisingly (at least to me) more torque too.

Where do you race? My track has about the same length straight.
Is the 12.5mm RPM rotor the TEP1110 rotor? I'm thinking of ordering a 12.5mm rotor for my 21.5 ks r and am trying to decide which rotor to get.
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On the can next to the winding label, it will be marked with either a R or a T
Got it thanks mate
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Ended up ordering a 10.5 maxzilla. Will swap its tep1112 rotor into my 21.5r and put the standard broadband 12.3 rotor into the 10.5.
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