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Old 05-16-2013, 02:15 PM   #91
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3.5 fdr 57 degrees of timing in motor that what was run in sedan at nationals with a killshot
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:20 PM   #92
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3.5 fdr 57 degrees of timing in motor that what was run in sedan at nationals with a killshot
Yeah, this is what I was planning on testing with at Jackson on Sunday with a slightly different FDR.
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:42 PM   #93
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i didnt run sedan so i dont know but i just send a message to andrew knapp and asked him what he ran his car probally had the most pull out of everyones sedan
That could have been from that blinky speedo that didnt blink though!! LOL

He also smoked the most motors at the race too.

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Old 05-16-2013, 03:40 PM   #94
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If your not smoking them you not trying hard enought
Thanks for the info, gets me in the ballpark.
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Old 05-16-2013, 07:39 PM   #95
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With so many D3.5 which one will be faster on 13.5 boosted class small track with only one 45m straight line.
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Hahah we never said he was smart his stuff was just fast and i think he only blew up one and thats cause his fans never worked that run
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Old 05-18-2013, 03:16 PM   #97
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Has anyone run these motors indoors yet? If so which do you prefer?
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Yeah, this is what I was planning on testing with at Jackson on Sunday with a slightly different FDR.
3.5fdr with ~57 degrees of timing for the RPM Stator
3.2 fdr with ~57 degrees of timing for the TORQUE Stator
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3.5fdr with ~57 degrees of timing for the RPM Stator
3.2 fdr with ~57 degrees of timing for the TORQUE Stator
What rotors?
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What rotors?
I thought these motors were like the other versions of Trinity motors with just the rotor being the rpm or the torque rotor. So if its the stator being the differance then yeah what rotors come with them?
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Old 05-18-2013, 11:39 PM   #101
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I thought these motors were like the other versions of Trinity motors with just the rotor being the rpm or the torque rotor. So if its the stator being the differance then yeah what rotors come with them?
They come with the 12.3 purple broad band. Iirc.
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They come with the 12.3 purple broad band. Iirc.
What would happen if you used a Torque rotor with torque stator and rpm with rpm? Extra!
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What would happen if you used a Torque rotor with torque stator and rpm with rpm? Extra!
No idea man.
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:21 AM   #104
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Ran it yesterday with rpm stator and stock 12.3 broad band rotor 96/46 60 degrees of timing temping 120 the car had redicoulus low end and top end was able make an outside pass on the straightaway with now problem seems to me the high torque rotor at least on the rpm stator causes to much amp draw and heat to run a lot of timing
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Just ran it at NorCal hobbies and it was a fast motor. Top end & torque is good.
I ran with a 3.5 FDR at 50 deg timing. I will try 57 deg timing
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