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Old 04-25-2006, 09:42 PM   #46
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hey wouldnt the cooler work better with the heat sink on top as heat rises?
also im looking at making my own so if i pm u could u tell me what the black putty like stuff between the heatsink and clamp is?
i understand if you dont wanna tell but hey ur product is 10times better then the team much more so congrats
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hey wouldnt the cooler work better with the heat sink on top as heat rises?
also im looking at making my own so if i pm u could u tell me what the black putty like stuff between the heatsink and clamp is?
i understand if you dont wanna tell but hey ur product is 10times better then the team much more so congrats

I'm glad that you will understand that I don't want to make a "How-to" or "what-if" kind of thread with it.

And thanks for your apreciation of my product, I have already receive some quote request from Australia, and the shipping cost seem to be a problem but maybe you could gather some people to order together and split the shipping cost... sometime it's almos the same price to ship 5 units than to ship 2.

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hey wouldnt the cooler work better with the heat sink on top as heat rises?
also im looking at making my own so if i pm u could u tell me what the black putty like stuff between the heatsink and clamp is?
i understand if you dont wanna tell but hey ur product is 10times better then the team much more so congrats

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Old 05-05-2006, 01:40 PM   #49
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I just want to inform you that I'm working to stock some Freezers, I would like to have them in stock to serve you faster.

Also, I just bought a Losi JRXS to make some test and try to make a freezer that will fit for this car... I'll keep you inform

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Old 05-05-2006, 06:17 PM   #50
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CrazyRonny,

If you can make up a freezer for a JRX-S, without having to cut the chassis up to fit it on, I'll be your first customer for one! I'm not sure how you can do this one, but I hope you do! Just let me know!

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If you can make up a freezer for a JRX-S, without having to cut the chassis up to fit it on, I'll be your first customer for one! I'm not sure how you can do this one, but I hope you do! Just let me know!

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Allen it can be done, I have post a picture in the JRXS thread some time ago. I have to grind some part of the clamp to do so but it work well.

J.Filipow a Team Losi sponsor driver will do the rest of the test and we also want to know if it will fit in the new rear motor version that will be release.

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Old 06-13-2006, 04:24 PM   #52
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nice koolers,will be ordering one soon
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Hi everybody,

This is just to keep you inform about the latest finding about the Crazy Motor Freezer.

In the past I have never used the Freezer elsewhere than in a control temperature environment (indoor). Some helpful customer and myself have now try it and test it in higher ambient temperature condition and this is what we found.

The Freezer seem not to reach freezing point in this condition, it will still cool the motor but not as much as in a normal room temperature. The data I have collect to date seem to all go in the same direction: When the ambient air temperature increase the capacity of the freezer clamp to freeze or cool decrease.

This is some sample data: (nothing precise just to show you approximately what happen)

Ambient Temp --- Freezer clamp Temp --- Difference
----68.0F---------------14.0F-------------54.0
----71.6F---------------19.4F-------------52.2
----84.2F---------------37.4F-------------46.8
----92.0F---------------55.0F-------------37.0


And this result is understandable since what affect the most the efficiency of the Freezer its how well we can cool the hot side of the unit, in higher ambient temp condition the fan blow hotter air on the hot side so the cooling effect is greatly diminish.

I just want you to dont expect the Freezer to freeze in this condition, but you will still have the advantage of a colder motor, but not as cold as if you race in indoor condition.


Your finding and feedback is welcome and very appreciate ( [email protected] )

Thanks to all of you for your support

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How well does it keep a can or bottle of soda cool enough? I hate when I go to run my qualifier and come back to find a my drink warm and nasty tasting due to getting hot. I saw your product on here and was wondering if it ould work with a can or bottle of soda.
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Has anyone tried using a motor cooler with a BL motor? Just curious?
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How well does your cooler fit on a TC3 with a warpspeed chassis?

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hey wouldnt the cooler work better with the heat sink on top as heat rises?
also im looking at making my own so if i pm u could u tell me what the black putty like stuff between the heatsink and clamp is?
i understand if you dont wanna tell but hey ur product is 10times better then the team much more so congrats
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Has anyone tried using a motor cooler with a BL motor? Just curious?
This is what Davepull an oval racer said in another forum:

"""I used the crazy unit this past weekend @ Focar Race 4 Tq and win in Brushless untouchable!!!! that thing is awesome """

You can see it there:
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How well does your cooler fit on a TC3 with a warpsoeed chassis?
I don't know what the "warpsoeed" chassis for the tc3 look like?

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Old 07-13-2006, 07:14 AM   #60
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Question - is it really good to run your motor with ice on / in it ? Would have though that would be just as bad as driving it in the wet regards comm / brush wear ?

Bloody good at what it does though have to admit !
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