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Old 02-01-2011, 03:26 PM   #886
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Received my replacement sensor today for my MurfDogg motor... just wanted to post two big thumbs up for Matt and the great support
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Old 02-01-2011, 03:29 PM   #887
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OK thankyou Matt. Let me know when the 2s packs are approved and available. I'll probly pick up atleast 4 of them for the Ofna Nexx8.
It will be another week or two. They are going to be sweet!!
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Old 02-01-2011, 08:59 PM   #888
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Received my replacement sensor today for my MurfDogg motor... just wanted to post two big thumbs up for Matt and the great support
Thanks, it killed me that we had the sensor problem, but we are trying our best to ensure everyone gets taken care of ASAP!

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It will be another week or two. They are going to be sweet!!
Aiming for early next week....
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Old 02-01-2011, 09:05 PM   #889
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Its OFFICIAL!!!

MurfDogg SuperCharger LiPo Batteries are now ROAR Approved!

Our SuperCharger 1s 5000mah 60C packs, and our SuperCharger 2s 5500mah 65C packs are legal everywhere that rules are enforced!

The SuperCharger line should hit hobby shop shelfs next week. If your local shop does not carry MurfDogg Products, request that they contact us immediately!

We currently have a wait list going for both 1s and 2s packs, so if you need to reserve your batteries, please send me a PM.

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Oh boy! new packs will be nice.
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Old 02-01-2011, 09:08 PM   #891
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Its OFFICIAL!!!

MurfDogg SuperCharger LiPo Batteries are now ROAR Approved!

Our SuperCharger 1s 5000mah 60C packs, and our SuperCharger 2s 5500mah 65C packs are legal everywhere that rules are enforced!

The SuperCharger line should hit hobby shop shelfs next week. If your local shop does not carry MurfDogg Products, request that they contact us immediately!

We currently have a wait list going for both 1s and 2s packs, so if you need to reserve your batteries, please send me a PM.

Matt
Nice !
It's all official now and everything
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Old 02-01-2011, 09:32 PM   #892
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Old 02-02-2011, 11:04 AM   #893
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Hi. I'm not sure if it's been brought up in older posts but I had a question about the motor timing. The brand "N" I have been running, says on their website, has a factory set 30 degrees of timing. The sticker is labeled and motor set at the "n" postion (30 degrees) and you can go + or - from there. On the Murffdogg motors it is pre set from you at 0 on the can. Is that zero timing and you can advance it up to the marked 25 degrees or is that something similiar to the 30 degree starting point that Novak (oops) uses. I basically just want to know what I am advancing the timing to on your motors.
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Old 02-02-2011, 01:13 PM   #894
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We have timing built into the sensor board. We do not disclose that timing number, due to racers with the silly belief that there is a magic maximum timing number that makes the most power.

Some racers think that a total of 95 degrees "TOTAL TIMING" equals maximum power. This is a highly inaccurate myth. For example, I had a PM from a racer just a few days ago... His setup:

Ballistic 17.5 at 45 degrees timing.
Tekin RS at 45 timing boost and 5 turbo boost.

This is "95 degrees total timing". His local track has a fast guy who told him that no matter the brand, 95 degrees is the absolute fastest timing setup. THIS IS VERY INACCURATE.

We suggest that you run 4 degrees of timing for non boosted classes, and NEVER more than 8 degrees on flowing high speed tracks.

For boosted classes, we run -5 to 0 degrees of motor timing, depending on the wind.

I do not EVER suggest more than 8 degrees of timing for non-boosted classes, or above 0 degrees of timing for boosted classes.

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Old 02-02-2011, 03:40 PM   #895
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Its OFFICIAL!!!

MurfDogg SuperCharger LiPo Batteries are now ROAR Approved!

Our SuperCharger 1s 5000mah 60C packs, and our SuperCharger 2s 5500mah 65C packs are legal everywhere that rules are enforced!

The SuperCharger line should hit hobby shop shelfs next week. If your local shop does not carry MurfDogg Products, request that they contact us immediately!

We currently have a wait list going for both 1s and 2s packs, so if you need to reserve your batteries, please send me a PM.

Matt

Good news!

Gotta get yourself some Murfdogg batteries!!!
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Old 02-02-2011, 04:11 PM   #896
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We have timing built into the sensor board. We do not disclose that timing number, due to racers with the silly belief that there is a magic maximum timing number that makes the most power.

Some racers think that a total of 95 degrees "TOTAL TIMING" equals maximum power. This is a highly inaccurate myth. For example, I had a PM from a racer just a few days ago... His setup:

Ballistic 17.5 at 45 degrees timing.
Tekin RS at 45 timing boost and 5 turbo boost.

This is "95 degrees total timing". His local track has a fast guy who told him that no matter the brand, 95 degrees is the absolute fastest timing setup. THIS IS VERY INACCURATE.

We suggest that you run 4 degrees of timing for non boosted classes, and NEVER more than 8 degrees on flowing high speed tracks.

For boosted classes, we run -5 to 0 degrees of motor timing, depending on the wind.

I do not EVER suggest more than 8 degrees of timing for non-boosted classes, or above 0 degrees of timing for boosted classes.

Matt
I though 60deg was the "Magic Number"
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Old 02-02-2011, 04:18 PM   #897
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I though 60deg was the "Magic Number"
no wonder...... ah well. hind sight is 20/20....HOLLA!
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Old 02-04-2011, 03:16 PM   #898
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Like many guys im waiting for my AE4x4 to come in stock. Now i was wonder what you offer for 540 motors that will work well for the ae 4x4 truck and any recommendations for a esc , battery size and setup?
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Matt...check your email when you get a chance... have a sensor that was DOA.
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