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Old 02-03-2007, 10:41 AM   #31
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I've done some serious exsperimenting on the 4300's and I agree. When i gear any motor my goal is 130 and never more than 150. I usally end up around 140. I tend to over gear its like some kind of need to go faster.
Lets just say I've demagnitized a few rotor's.
i have the sintered rotor but i always keep one as a back up
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Mod makes you think to fast, and for the slow people (Like me) it hurts the check book when ya crash! I need a 26.5 class just for me!
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Old 02-03-2007, 10:47 AM   #34
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Mod makes you think to fast, and for the slow people (Like me) it hurts the check book when ya crash! I need a 26.5 class just for me!
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Mod is the only way to rotate parts. And the funest way to break.
Besides we all watch R/C racing for the crashes.
SO CLOSE YOUR EYES AND FLOOR IT!
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Anyone got a link so i can get a motor fan please
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Old 02-03-2007, 03:33 PM   #37
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The one I'm useing from time to time is a much more. Check the track or the shop they;ll probably have one. I dont know diddly about how to do links sorry. Wiley coyote.
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Anyone got a link so i can get a motor fan please
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXJGZ0&P=7
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:58 PM   #39
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Just wondering if people have had problems runing the muchmore fans at 7.2v?. i ask this cos they say they are 5v fans and im wondering if they will handle 7.2

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Just wondering if people have had problems runing the muchmore fans at 7.2v?. i ask this cos they say they are 5v fans and im wondering if they will handle 7.2

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i had mine over a year running a 7.2 with no problems
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Kool thanks for that im assuming the 25mm fan will be alright with it aswell?
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Kool thanks for that im assuming the 25mm fan will be alright with it aswell?
yes i have a 25mm fan and a 30mm fan too
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