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Old 01-17-2007, 09:40 AM   #1516
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In addition here is even more oil info.

I did not create this. I stole (stold) it from somewhere and in no way am I taking credit. I would cite the source, but I can't remember it. If anyone wants to take credit..... please feel free.
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Old 01-17-2007, 01:44 PM   #1517
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would anyone have any pictures of a t2 with a novak brushless system installed. Im just kind of wanting some input on how to install to make it somewhat pretty.
would be appreciated
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Old 01-17-2007, 06:24 PM   #1518
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would anyone have any pictures of a t2 with a novak brushless system installed. Im just kind of wanting some input on how to install to make it somewhat pretty.
would be appreciated
I have only been using one cooling fan lately (since we started using sintered rotors), but here is my layout:


Also, that was the layout on my T2; the layout on my T2'007 is pretty similar.
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Old 01-17-2007, 06:35 PM   #1519
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Old 01-17-2007, 06:38 PM   #1520
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Old 01-17-2007, 06:46 PM   #1521
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that is a neat layout.it aint easy to put 10 lbs. of $hit in a 5 lb. bag.i like brushless but man it is a tight fit.nice job on the install.i should send you my car.
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Old 01-17-2007, 07:18 PM   #1522
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great install.. :bows:
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Old 01-17-2007, 07:28 PM   #1523
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Here's a chart that me and Seaball made up. We tested all the oils with a $20,000 machine that is at his work. Some of the oils will differ from batch to batch slightly but this will give you a general idea what is going on with the different brands. Trinity is the thinnest of all the oils. AE, Losi and Hudy/serpent 30t are all very similar. When Hudy goes up after the 30 the jumps get more spread out. Example hudy 35 is similar to Ae/Losi 45 maybe slightly lighter than 50. Then Hudy 45 is closer to Losi 100wt.


wt..........losi...................associated
20..........0......................0
25..........0......................0
30..........All similar...........All similar
35..........0.....................463
40..........559..................552
45..........0.....................0
50..........760..................709
55..........0......................0
60..........920...................883
70..........988...................1050
80..........1140.................1044
90..........1335..................0
100........1470...................0

wt.............hudy......trinity
20.............0............0
25.............0............0
30.............378.........0
35............ 662.........373
40.............1030.......0
45.............1485.......0
50.............2482.......0
55............ 0............750
60.............0............0
70.............0............755
80.............0............862
90.............0............0
100...........0............0
now thats hardcore
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Thats alot of stuff in a small area. Is it me or is the coated group of wires stick way out showing signs of wear? Also, how does this thing scale out with alll those fans? What does it weight and how much weight did you add to make it balance?
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I have a friend that is thinking about giving this car a spin, my friend would like to know which car he would get for rubber carpet/asphalt racing the Carpet Spec, or the Rubber Spec car ...my friend's assumption is that it would be the rubber spec car.
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I have a friend that is thinking about giving this car a spin, my friend would like to know which car he would get for rubber carpet/asphalt racing the Carpet Spec, or the Rubber Spec car ...my friend's assumption is that it would be the rubber spec car.
Tell this FRIEND to call my cell phone and I will explain everything to this FRIEND The EU "rubber spec" car is just fine on the rug and will be fine for asphalt.
Tell your FRIEND to put his Tamiya's on Ebay for this weekend and get his 007 purchase, built, and ready for the race on the 27th
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A setup that makes you die is bad. I like fast setups better than killer ones
that's one less person taking a spot in the A-main....LOL
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I have a friend that is thinking about giving this car a spin, my friend would like to know which car he would get for rubber carpet/asphalt racing the Carpet Spec, or the Rubber Spec car ...my friend's assumption is that it would be the rubber spec car.
Taking a Cruise huh? LOL

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Taking a Cruise huh? LOL

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