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Old 07-05-2006, 05:57 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the amp draw and rpm of a fully run in stock silver can motor?
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Aprox 20,000RPM 1.6A @ 8v if I remember correctly
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thanks coons, my motors getting 19800 on 7.2v so it should be fine, im just mucking around with stock motors and the motor master.

last night the motor was doing 16000 rpm , today 19000.
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some pretty sweet info. If you think about 20000RPM is pretty slow by todays standards!

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yeah it is only stock with 540j motors. can amolst keep up with 23t motors
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thanks coons, my motors getting 19800 on 7.2v so it should be fine, im just mucking around with stock motors and the motor master.

last night the motor was doing 16000 rpm , today 19000.

So what did you do to get the extra RPM out of it? The old "motor dip" trick?

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just doing some running then testing on the motor master, i tried run in for 5 mins then rest for 10, applying comm drops and a bit of bushing oil in beetween, and giving it a range of 6.0v and 8.ov to run and changing and the fastest race. As i said it was an old motor i used in my buggie to bash with, so its getting pretty good reads.
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have you cleaned it? I'm sure you have, just wondering.

I had a 8 year old johnson (mabuchi) motor from my tamiya stadium blitzer and I did the motor dip with it... it was like a whole new motor!

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i have cleaned it, but it need to get the rpm bushing off and my hands hurt too much from pulling the buggers off so i cant get them damn off.

once ive got it off ill clean it out, and maybe try waterdipping
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