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Old 06-24-2011, 09:23 PM   #301
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Are these new reedy sonic motors for onroad use only, I only run offroad so I was wondering if it'd be fine to run on an indoor clay track.... Thanks
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Old 06-24-2011, 10:15 PM   #302
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Are these new reedy sonic motors for onroad use only, I only run offroad so I was wondering if it'd be fine to run on an indoor clay track.... Thanks
There are winds suitable for off-road and on-road. On an indoor clay track I would suggest the following:

2wd/2wd SC 8.5
4wd buggy 7.5
4wd SC 6.5
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There are winds suitable for off-road and on-road. On an indoor clay track I would suggest the following:

2wd/2wd SC 8.5
4wd buggy 7.5
4wd SC 6.5
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Old 06-29-2011, 08:00 PM   #304
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hey Rick - based on Keven's visit to Jackson NJ, how would you recommend gearing the sonic for 17.5 blinky there??
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hey Rick - based on Keven's visit to Jackson NJ, how would you recommend gearing the sonic for 17.5 blinky there??
Start at around 3.60
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Start at around 3.60
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Where abouts on the timing?? Out of the box?
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What rotor does the 17.5 come with 12.3 or 12.5?
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http://www.teamassociated.com/news/l...ushless_Motors

All non-mods come with a high rpm 12.3 rotor (unless the website is wrong). Probably not the best choice for touring car. Take a look at the legend on the web site..
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Old 07-11-2011, 11:26 AM   #309
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http://www.teamassociated.com/news/l...ushless_Motors

All non-mods come with a high rpm 12.3 rotor (unless the website is wrong). Probably not the best choice for touring car. Take a look at the legend on the web site..
The website actually is wrong and has been corrected. All motors come with a 12.5mm rotor.
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Is there going to be a 1s version of the motor?
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the 7.4v 5500mah lipo you manufacture... can it be charged at more than 2C charge rate with a balance charger, or is 2C the limit?
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the 7.4v 5500mah lipo you manufacture... can it be charged at more than 2C charge rate with a balance charger, or is 2C the limit?
2C is the highest that I can recommend.
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Has anybody ran the 13.5 reedy in offroad? I am curious as to how you had it geared. I always ran my Orion 13.5's around 72/28-29 (in a b4) with my stock spec on profile 3 for boost. Wanted to give these new motors a try. Thanks in advance!
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Has anybody ran the 13.5 reedy in offroad? I am curious as to how you had it geared. I always ran my Orion 13.5's around 72/28-29 (in a b4) with my stock spec on profile 3 for boost. Wanted to give these new motors a try. Thanks in advance!
There is not a lot of data for this combo but 28/72 would be a good place to start. Advance the motor timing to two bars to start and go up from there.
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:03 PM   #315
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[U]I was just after some feedback on the reedy sonic 17.5 ... Like how did it stack up against the duo 3s at the nats ? What temps was the motor at after a run and did anyone blow one up. And what fdr was best for it at the Nats??? And do u have any tips on getting the most out of this motor??? Cheers
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