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Old 08-02-2006, 01:42 PM
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need advice for a magne zapper that u would recommend i use
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Old 08-02-2006, 01:54 PM
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Thunder RC is the best one made.....look no further, listen to nothing else....I have spoken

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Old 08-02-2006, 02:02 PM
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And I have 2nd that motion

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Old 08-02-2006, 02:39 PM
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Thunder RC ,worth every $$$



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Other than the thunder the only zapper I am aware of that even works is the Team1 unit. The Thunder is king but the team1 is the cheapest functional unit available.

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If by functioning you mean, weighs 300 hundred pounds and trips everything on the breaker assuming it even gets enough voltage to get a decent zap, then yes the team 1 functions.......

My team 1 sits under my bench and has not been used in two years.....



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Thunder RC is the only way to go.
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Hey guys thanks for your info

Now....

Which equalizing battery disharger is the best to use

When you are looking at your print out from the dyno how is it one can tell how one should change gearing if the final ration on a track is 640

RPM Torq Watt EF AMPS
21774 1.4 24 37 12.7
20015 3.5 52 61 17
18845 5.0 70 69 20.1
17840 4.8 64 54 23.3
16549 8.1 99 73 27.0
15824 9.6 112 74 30.2

this is a 19t MOTOR

MY FINAL RATIO BEING 8.3 SHOULD i THEN USE LINE 5 TO GEAR MY MOTOR? Seeing that the torque for that line is the closest to my final gear ratio.
Let me know if I am thinking wrong

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Originally Posted by BigPapa
Hey guys thanks for your info

Now....

Which equalizing battery disharger is the best to use

When you are looking at your print out from the dyno how is it one can tell how one should change gearing if the final ration on a track is 640

RPM Torq Watt EF AMPS
21774 1.4 24 37 12.7
20015 3.5 52 61 17
18845 5.0 70 69 20.1
17840 4.8 64 54 23.3
16549 8.1 99 73 27.0
15824 9.6 112 74 30.2

this is a 19t MOTOR

MY FINAL RATIO BEING 8.3 SHOULD i THEN USE LINE 5 TO GEAR MY MOTOR? Seeing that the torque for that line is the closest to my final gear ratio.
Let me know if I am thinking wrong

Thanks BigPapa
thats pretty weak for a 19t, those # are lower than a stock motor!

here is the #' of my last Komodo 19t that I built

at 7 volts
rpm torq watt ef amps
26219 8.0 166 71 31.2
25430 9.0 180 71 34.0
24560 10.2 195 71 37.1
23883 11.1 206 70 40.0
23165 12.1 217 68 43.4
22396 13.1 225 66 46.9

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The Eclipse magnetizer from Advanced Racing Components works better than any anvil style magnetizer I have used. I owned a Team 1 magnetizer and the Eclipse blows it away.
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Hey looks good, I threw that one up before making any changes, My Point was to get my question answered, so any one let me know what you think about my question.. ......
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