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Old 11-26-2006, 07:16 AM   #1
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Was there a washer ontop of the o-ring? I thought I saw one, but cannot find it now. The comm looks worse in the pic than it does in person, but I think it needs to be skimmed, it has 5 packs through it.

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Good question, my Orion revolution motor has two o-rings on either side of armerature, the washers are under the o-rings maybe yours is similar?
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Old 11-26-2006, 08:13 AM   #3
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The 2 CP19 motors I have both got a washer (shim) above the rubber O ring.
Are u running the standard brushes to get the com like that after 5 runs, if so use the LONGLIFE INFINITY BRUSH they are well worth the extra. Last for ages and a lot less ware on the com.
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The 2 CP19 motors I have both got a washer (shim) above the rubber O ring.
Are u running the standard brushes to get the com like that after 5 runs, if so use the LONGLIFE INFINITY BRUSH they are well worth the extra. Last for ages and a lot less ware on the com.
Yes they were the standard set, I bought the infinity/silver spring combo on the recommendation of a few racers I wanted to check the comm before putting them in.
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Old 11-26-2006, 08:37 AM   #5
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Defo get the comm skimmed before fitting the infinity brushes, then to run them in run the motor at about 2 volts for 20 mins making sure the motor does not get hot during the run in.
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