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Old 02-04-2003, 06:13 PM   #1
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Do electric motors need to be broken in like nitro motors?
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some do require you to break in at a lower voltage while some (Trinity for one) explain that the motor does not have to be broken in....I do cause I usualy get my Comm cut and to seat the brushes fully......chekout rccars.com and go to the Big Jim forum
http://www.rccars.com/forums/forumdi...?s=&forumid=19

there is the direct link I hope
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electric motors need to be broken in only when you install new brushes, you can run for 3 minutes at 3 volts or use a 4 cell pack.
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