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Old 05-17-2017, 08:51 AM   #166
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Ok, stupid question here. Why is there a need for the fan in 1S racing? My motor temps in my 12th scale are around 130 and that's on an 80 x 40 black carpet track with a subfloor. The only thing I could think of is that the car is bigger and weighs more with the rubber tires. Or am I totally wrong on this assumption?
I hear you. My temps in WGT-R have been in the low 140s with average 17.5 motors. But, I have not had the opportunity to run my Team Scream motors yet.
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I hear you. My temps in WGT-R have been in the low 140s with average 17.5 motors. But, I have not had the opportunity to run my Team Scream motors yet.
I'm going to start my electronics install hopefully tonight and I have a new Motiv M2 to slap in my car. Can't wait to see what I can do with it.
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I just want to say Thanks to Dumper!! I ran into one or two small issues with parts while building my kit and sent Dumper a p.m. letting him know what happened. He replied right away and I had more than what I expected show up yesterday. 2 day turn around. Awesome service Brian!!!
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Old 05-19-2017, 01:17 PM   #169
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Even at 130, the motor would run better at 110.
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Think it's time to pinch for another chassis and spin that battery around!
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Think it's time to pinch for another chassis and spin that battery around!
I do have two WGT-R/T chassis. One in-line and the other transverse.

But, Dumper has told me that he reverted back from transverse to in-line for his carpet racing; so, maybe transverse is not that critical.

However, I will reserve the transverse chassis to test on asphalt this summer.

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I do have two WGT-R/T chassis. One in-line and the other transverse.

But, Dumper has told me that he reverted back from transverse to in-line for his carpet racing; so, maybe transverse is not that critical.

However, I will reserve the transverse chassis to test on asphalt this summer.

Cheers!

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Dumper is on the new black CRC rug correct?

We are on old school gray ozite.
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Is there an online manual?
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Is there an online manual?
Scroll down and you find manuals for every cae they've ever made.

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The R/T is not listed that I see...
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Except the R/T at this time...
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Default asphalt?

Anyone have any comments on running these cars outside?
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Is there an online manual?
Just send me an email, [email protected] and I can email you one.
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Does anyone know of a 48p spur gear that will work. Ya - I know - I'm an offroad guy and would prefer not to have to buy new pinions.

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or What range of 64p pinions one should have to run this car?
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