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Old 09-05-2010, 09:46 AM   #1
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Questions?? Brushed motor break-in?

Does a hand wound brushed motor need to be broken in? I've been out r/c for about 20 years and the tech has changed a lot. I got an ax 10 with a new Tekin hand wound 35t and fxr esc from my brother in law. As far as I know the rest of the truck is stock. Any other setup tips would be appreciated. I'm new so please be nice...
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I have the saame motor and i never knew you were suppose to break them in. So i didn't. I asked people on RCC and they said its better for the motor but its not required. I didn't with mine and its working fine. I would reccomend doing it and then taking it apart to clean it.
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Thanks, I figured I might as well. Certainly won't...
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