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Old 07-11-2014, 05:11 AM   #151
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You can only have one if it's slower than mine! hehe
The motor must be OK

I'm getting alot of people from your area asking about it
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The motor must be OK

I'm getting alot of people from your area asking about it
You can thank me later. lol Let me know when carpet spec 17.5 come in stock and or the 21.5 for USGT on carpet. Thanks.
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Let me know when you have a 17.5 TC high traction carpet motor avail. I sent you a Pm
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I have an extra 17.5 off road motor for sale.
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Just got my 17.5 1/12. What would be the recommended starting roll out and timing? 90'x30' med bite carpet. Will also be running a 90'x60' high bite. Thanks, Chris
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Just got my 17.5 1/12. What would be the recommended starting roll out and timing? 90'x30' med bite carpet. Will also be running a 90'x60' high bite. Thanks, Chris
On a 90 x 40 high bite track we run approx. 100mm rollout at 25* to start.

Check temps after 4 minutes and adjust.

If temps are low (100* or so after 4 minutes):
bump to 30* timing and drop a few pinions.

If temps are high (above 118* after 4 minutes):
drop timing a few degrees and leave gearing.

Watch for drop off over the 8 minute run.
Should see .3 maybe .4 from top five laps to last few laps.
Motor temps should be 120ish after 8 minutes.
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saw that you guys are doing 21.5 motors I used to run John's stuff back in the micro days would be curious to give one of your 21.5 a shot for USGT

how can I get some info about ordering one? don't see anything on the website

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Old 07-15-2014, 11:21 AM   #158
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saw that you guys are doing 21.5 motors I used to run John's stuff back in the micro days would be curious to give one of your 21.5 a shot for USGT

how can I get some info about ordering one? don't see anything on the website

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The motor listing is here :

http://teamscreamracing.com/catagory.php?type=Brushless

In USGT they are GREAT!

The resistance is as low as I've ever seen a 21.5 (33/34r).

They are not ROAR approved yet, they will be submitted this week.

If you want to, place the order, and I'll get it together!

We ran a 1480 to 1500 12.46mm rotor in it with 20* timing at a 52/53-96 with a 1.9 drive and it was great! We used that combo for 15 minute mains. Running 6 or 8 minutes all we did was add 1 or 2 more degrees of timing.
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The motor listing is here :

http://teamscreamracing.com/catagory.php?type=Brushless

In USGT they are GREAT!

The resistance is as low as I've ever seen a 21.5 (33/34r).

They are not ROAR approved yet, they will be submitted this week.

If you want to, place the order, and I'll get it together!

We ran a 1480 to 1500 12.46mm rotor in it with 20* timing at a 52/53-96 with a 1.9 drive and it was great! We used that combo for 15 minute mains. Running 6 or 8 minutes all we did was add 1 or 2 more degrees of timing.
thanks for the info... any guess on how long it'll take ROAR to approve the motor?? I'm planning on doing the USVTA Southern nationals in mid-September and hate to get the motor only to find out its still not approved

what does the 1480-1500 mean for the rotor? I've never dug much into the bl motor deal - just grabbed what I liked and went from there

another (dumb, maybe) question.. I thought all rotors had to be a certain, pre-defined, size... how is it i'm seeing different (what I guess are) sizes for the rotor?
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Old 07-15-2014, 12:05 PM   #160
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thanks for the info... any guess on how long it'll take ROAR to approve the motor?? I'm planning on doing the USVTA Southern nationals in mid-September and hate to get the motor only to find out its still not approved

what does the 1480-1500 mean for the rotor? I've never dug much into the bl motor deal - just grabbed what I liked and went from there

another (dumb, maybe) question.. I thought all rotors had to be a certain, pre-defined, size... how is it i'm seeing different (what I guess are) sizes for the rotor?
The 17.5's took 4 to 6 weeks for approval.

Most of the ones sold will be down at the Southern Nats

The 1480-1500 is the rotor strength on my meter.

The size of the rotor is a 12.5mm dia. (12.46mm actual dia.)
The motors will be submitted with the 12.5mm and optional 12.3mm tuning rotor (same as the 17.5).
Those are the 2 legal diameters.
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The 17.5's took 4 to 6 weeks for approval.

Most of the ones sold will be down at the Southern Nats

The 1480-1500 is the rotor strength on my meter.

The size of the rotor is a 12.5mm dia. (12.46mm actual dia.)
The motors will be submitted with the 12.5mm and optional 12.3mm tuning rotor (same as the 17.5).
Those are the 2 legal diameters.
gotcha.. makes sense now
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thanks for the info... any guess on how long it'll take ROAR to approve the motor?? I'm planning on doing the USVTA Southern nationals in mid-September and hate to get the motor only to find out its still not approved

what does the 1480-1500 mean for the rotor? I've never dug much into the bl motor deal - just grabbed what I liked and went from there

another (dumb, maybe) question.. I thought all rotors had to be a certain, pre-defined, size... how is it i'm seeing different (what I guess are) sizes for the rotor?
The motor should be roar approved by then. It shouldn't take two months that Is if everything goes as planned. The 1480-1500 is the rotor strength. Each motor has a certain tolerance to be with in. The max size for a 12.5 rotor is 12.51mm. There are also 12.3 rotors. So there are different size rotors as well as strengths of those rotors. A larger rotor, generally with have a larger number giving the motor.more torque (getting to the top speed quicker) however the max speed won't be as much as it would be with a weaker rotor. However it depends on your track and the application for instance. If you run outdoors a general statement would be is thar you want a weaker rotor. However if you run on any type of grippy carpet a higher gauss number and larger rotor is better. I run a. 1570 rotor in my touring car and I don't have a lack of top end. On my small track (6036). Wayne said he runs the same or stronger on his track (norcar) which is larger I think like 80 or 100 feet long and he still has plenty of speed. Won't be disappointed by getting one of the bad boys.
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The motor should be roar approved by then. It shouldn't take two months that Is if everything goes as planned. The 1480-1500 is the rotor strength. Each motor has a certain tolerance to be with in. The max size for a 12.5 rotor is 12.51mm. There are also 12.3 rotors. So there are different size rotors as well as strengths of those rotors. A larger rotor, generally with have a larger number giving the motor.more torque (getting to the top speed quicker) however the max speed won't be as much as it would be with a weaker rotor. However it depends on your track and the application for instance. If you run outdoors a general statement would be is thar you want a weaker rotor. However if you run on any type of grippy carpet a higher gauss number and larger rotor is better. I run a. 1570 rotor in my touring car and I don't have a lack of top end. On my small track (6036). Wayne said he runs the same or stronger on his track (norcar) which is larger I think like 80 or 100 feet long and he still has plenty of speed. Won't be disappointed by getting one of the bad boys.
cool...

just looking for something that I can run in USGT and throw still throw into a F1 and/or TCS mini

been a long time since I actually 'went shopping' for a motor...the last couple have been used or only one allowed in the class (USVTA)
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Old 07-16-2014, 05:18 AM   #164
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The last of the web orders are going out today!

Another shipment of 13.5's and 21.5's are coming, along with more rotors
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I have an extra 17.5 motor with 12.5 & 12.3 rotor for sale, used 5 times. $70.
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