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Old 03-08-2012, 06:59 PM   #1201
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for the new murfgod saddle packs can someone take picture of which sides are neg/ pos
+1 Negative on right, indicated by - and Positive on left indicated by +, as when holding pack wth terminals closest to you.
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Old 03-09-2012, 02:38 PM   #1202
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Any more input from anyone else?
I answered on the thred here:
Whats the difference between these 2 Murfdogg motors??

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for the new murfgod saddle packs can someone take picture of which sides are neg/ pos
I love the typo of my name... Murfgod....LOL!

There is a + and - molded onto the cases... but yes, Cameron is right.
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Old 03-12-2012, 05:57 AM   #1203
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Had an awesome time at CRC's Meltdown! 83 entries.

Swapped out the boosted 17.5 MurfDogg for a Blinky 13.5 MurfDogg (rules).

Qualified 7th in Pro2. Had a good run with the 13.5 and finished 5th.
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Had an awesome time at CRC's Meltdown! 83 entries.

Swapped out the boosted 17.5 MurfDogg for a Blinky 13.5 MurfDogg (rules).

Qualified 7th in Pro2. Had a good run with the 13.5 and finished 5th.
Way to go jdg! Keep up the great performance with Murfdogg Motorworks!
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Old 03-12-2012, 12:15 PM   #1205
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Had an awesome time at CRC's Meltdown! 83 entries.

Swapped out the boosted 17.5 MurfDogg for a Blinky 13.5 MurfDogg (rules).

Qualified 7th in Pro2. Had a good run with the 13.5 and finished 5th.
Great job man!
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Murfdogg Products used at the 4th round, 2012 El Paso, TX Points Season Onroad Race. Murfdogg 10.5T Synergy, 5500mAh Supercharger Battery, and Octane Booster performed flawlessly throughout 6 qualifiers and a 10 min A-Main. Had to settle for second place finnish, due to own driving mistake, but retained points series lead. Thanks Matt, for such quality products that provide fantastic performance!!!
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Old 03-27-2012, 11:44 AM   #1207
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Murfdogg products performed flawlessly at race #5 of the 2012 El Paso, TX Points Season Onroad Race this past weekend using (10.5T Synergy, 5500-65c Supercharger Battery, and Octane Booster). Drivers took 2nd and 4th places in the Pro TC class, with the top 4 cars averaging 1 second seperation throughout qualifiing & 10 min AMain and continues to leads the points series! Realy appreciate the fantastic products Matt!
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Any suggestions on spur/pinion gear combo for Assoc 2wd Stock SCT running 17.5???
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I believe you want to run a combo that yeilds a 7.8 FDR. Recommend confirming with Cameron Kellogg, as he dominated the 17.5 SCT class everywhere he raced.
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I believe you want to run a combo that yeilds a 7.8 FDR. Recommend confirming with Cameron Kellogg, as he dominated the 17.5 SCT class everywhere he raced.
Thanks. Hopefully he will post spur size!!!!
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I believe you want to run a combo that yeilds a 7.8 FDR. Recommend confirming with Cameron Kellogg, as he dominated the 17.5 SCT class everywhere he raced.
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I was running an SC10 and I normally ran 75 or 78 depending on the track. FDR around 7.8 and the first time out check temps every couple of minutes to make sure you not getting the motor too hot with that gearing on your track.

Be smooth on the throttle and make them chase ya.
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I was running an SC10 and I normally ran 75 or 78 depending on the track. FDR around 7.8 and the first time out check temps every couple of minutes to make sure you not getting the motor too hot with that gearing on your track.

Be smooth on the throttle and make them chase ya.
how should I gear a 17.5 for the 22T? I currently have a 81T spur on
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how should I gear a 17.5 for the 22T? I currently have a 81T spur on
Should be about the same. I am not sure what the Losi trans ratio is. If you have room for a 27t pinion and if the trans ratio is 2.6 the that will give you a FDR of 7.8. I think you could run around 7.5 or less with a 22t. They weight a lot less then a SC truck does.

Considering your running on a good sized off-road track. I have never won a race for being the fastest down the straight so I always tried to run less gear and if I could match others speed on the straight then I knew I could run faster through the infield. You don't want motor temps to get over 140 deg but you don't have to get your motor hot to run out front either.
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Should be about the same. I am not sure what the Losi trans ratio is. If you have room for a 27t pinion and if the trans ratio is 2.6 the that will give you a FDR of 7.8. I think you could run around 7.5 or less with a 22t. They weight a lot less then a SC truck does.

Considering your running on a good sized off-road track. I have never won a race for being the fastest down the straight so I always tried to run less gear and if I could match others speed on the straight then I knew I could run faster through the infield. You don't want motor temps to get over 140 deg but you don't have to get your motor hot to run out front either.
I am not concerned about being the fastest down the straight just being able to clear the triple at the track like the others...I run at two decent sized indoor clay tracks.

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