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Old 12-02-2006, 03:25 PM   #1
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Both myself and 2 friend's from our track have had major problem's keeping the wires on the V2 motor. Every race meeting we have the motor wire's come off. We have all resoldered the wire's , cleaned the end's for good contact. All running heatsink's. Does anyone else have the same problem. Is there such a good thing as a good ratio for a 7x1.
Do any of you guy's have any idea's please.
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You can solder some battery bars to the solder posts on the motor, then solder your wires to the top of the battery bar. That should stop them coming unsoldered so easily.

Hara did this a while ago with some of his motors so there should be pics floating around of how to do it. I had some pictures of my motors setup like that but cannot find them at the moment.
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One thing that does happen with the V2 when soldering the aluminium endbell rob a lot of heat from the brush tube so some time the solder does not take properly. This also has the reverse efect of the brush tubes getting extra hot in use, you allways use higher melting point solder.
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go buy a different mod motor. you suck and yur motor sucks mr. player
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go buy a different mod motor. you suck and yur motor sucks mr. player
wow dude who do you think you are? all of your posts on this forum are pointless and imature. think ill report you
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maybe 7x1 to hot for the track prob try goint to 8 or a 9 maybe be little slower but more consistent if your wires aint falling off . failing that see what everyone else runs and ask about see what other people gearing at
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Thank's Guy's and I do agree with RC_boy89, I am a 42 year old father of 2 and I just have to laugh when I read post like the one that CHEESE CRACKER Wrote.If you have nothing good to say don't say anything.Good to see he was suspended.
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Hey if every one want's to have a laugh, go to CHEESE CRACKERS post's and have a look. On every post he either call's the person Gay or Bagg's the person.
Does anybody know where this guy lives. Let's pay him a visit.
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Hi Guy's
Both myself and 2 friend's from our track have had major problem's keeping the wires on the V2 motor. Every race meeting we have the motor wire's come off. We have all resoldered the wire's , cleaned the end's for good contact. All running heatsink's. Does anyone else have the same problem. Is there such a good thing as a good ratio for a 7x1.
Do any of you guy's have any idea's please.
Thanks
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i having this kind of problem before is that the wire keep coming out both side or just positive side? i have the problem on positive side after i install the MMR wire heat sink the problem was solve. if you can try to get those new V2 endbell they are using europe connector on the copper tube which help motor wire came off. if not try to gear your ratio more higher or put a fan to blow your endbell.
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