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Old 12-15-2006, 06:25 PM   #286
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What do you mean by "fan backward" ?
I run my silver cans at 1amp with a fan, backwards for 12 to 14 hours.

forgot an "a" and a comma. Run the motor reverse polarity.....

That means the NEG & POS are switched, so if you have any sort of equipment that can run motors, (Like a MM motor master, CE Turbo35, Duratrax Ice, etc.) you hook black to red, and red to black....

****not being a wisea$$, just trying to be clear.
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Old 12-16-2006, 06:14 PM   #287
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Thanks for the info. I thaugh you were using some type of external fan...I will try your tip with an Ice.
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Old 12-28-2006, 12:35 AM   #288
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after reading through this thread & all the different ways/theories of run in methods i have to ask, what sort of rpm are you getting on a motor master or the like at 7.2 volts ? just interested to compare apples with apples

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20,800 is the best at 7.2 on the Orion motor master thingo.
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23,200. And legal.
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Old 12-28-2006, 06:08 AM   #291
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please can you tell me your secret in getting 23 200 rpm out of a silver can Johnson motor. Best results I get is about 18 000 rpm at 7V.
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23,200. And legal.

ahh yes, I remember checking that little beast...damn it Doc

let me guess, that motor is coming to TA this summer?

Best I have "collected" recently is 21900 @7.2...so far
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23,200. And legal.
TJ motor???
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Warning: advertising such facts may be dangerous to one's continued well being. You never know when a competitor might send 3 goons (knuckles dragging on ground, you get the picture) to forcibly relieve you of such prize possessions just before a big TCS race!
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Magnet zapped ? Twist the brushes to increase timing ?

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U can twist the com to get more timeing but if u go too far u will break the wire some motors will twist and some will not the best i got is 14 to 16000 on a fantom dyno but u looes TQ bottom line is it about 14,000 is good u get good #'s all around
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TJ motor???
Nope

Just a very old, very well broken in, very well maintained four hole motor. What I call a 'Genetic Mutant'. Buy enough of them and you eventually come across one or two. Properly cared for, they will last for several seasons.

Unfortunately, that particular little monster turned its final wheel at Aliso in July last year Troy may remember the armature because I brought it over to show him- it was the one with two black roasty sections on it and the copper peeling off of the comm. Sad.
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Wow am surprise on how well this thread has come up ive just dont the catch up of what the last few pages in which i missed and completely forgot about opps lol and are some good tips out there which i would of never thought of
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