I ran the Northwest Short Course Nationals this weekend in Pasco, WA. There was a record turnout of 162 entries. The track was a outdoor track with lap times in the 30 second range. Had a great time talking with and helping others running Murfdogg motors at this event. Everyone was really satisfied with their Murfdogg power in the 17.5 class.
This was the biggest track I have run on in years and had a blast. I was running the new SC10 4x4 in the Pro Mod class with the Murfdogg 5.5 (540 motor) and Murfdogg Supercharger battery and Tekin RS Pro speedo. I ended up running -5 on the motor and the speed control in zero mode, AND had to turn my end point down 10 percent. (explain that in a second) Motor temps was not an issue. I ended up qualifying second in the A and placed 2nd overall with tripple A finish of 2nd, 2nd, 1st. Had some great battles with the leader just did not make it happen when time ran out. So most everyone ran 550 motors but I ran good with a Murfdogg 5.5
Settings - As the traction improved I had a big problem with wheelies down the straights. Power was just insane!!! The only way I could keep the front tires from grabbing air was to dial the end point back resulting faster lap times. I have a Venom 60c pack I use also when I practice and this battery would not pull wheelies. It was only a problem with the Murfdogg Supercharger battery. (Nice problem to have... to much punch
) So even running Mod 4w batteries, on a 91oz truck, make a BIG power difference to the motor. I am sure if I had motor and speedo timing added my truck would just jump over backwards.
Thanks again Matt for all your support.
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