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Old 10-02-2007, 03:48 PM   #661
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thats 4.94.. that seems a little too much for a 10.5. you might be able to get away with that on a 13.5 on a larger track. not sure about a 10.5 though?

I was running that on the medium/small track with the 13.5 and it was doing pretty good.. motor got pretty warm, but never OMG hot.

Possibly a more torquey setup for the 10.5 like 96/38 - 5.68FDR?

I don't think the 105t for a brushless motor is necessary, brushless motors are already pretty high in torque.
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I was running that on the medium/small track with the 13.5 and it was doing pretty good.. motor got pretty warm, but never OMG hot.

Possibly a more torquey setup for the 10.5 like 96/38 - 5.68FDR?

I don't think the 105t for a brushless motor is necessary, brushless motors are already pretty high in torque.
oh i get it now. i thought you ran 4.94 on your 10.5 at the same track.

im usually around 4.4-4.8 for my 13.5 and 5.1-5.4 with my 10.5. it all depends on the track size.
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Old 10-02-2007, 07:54 PM   #663
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I was running that on the medium/small track with the 13.5 and it was doing pretty good.. motor got pretty warm, but never OMG hot.

Possibly a more torquey setup for the 10.5 like 96/38 - 5.68FDR?

I don't think the 105t for a brushless motor is necessary, brushless motors are already pretty high in torque.
True, brushless motors have loads of torque, so a smaller spur helps to run the lower FDRs. But you can find a little extra rear wheel grip with a larger spur since it helps to bias a tad more weight rearward.
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Old 10-02-2007, 09:18 PM   #664
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Anyone have the part# for the Air Scoop that mounts to the bottom deck?

I just ordered the top and bottom decks along with the belts. I'm going to convert my 934 50th kit into an MS! They are identical cars except the MS has a longer wheel base.

Has anyone tried running the short arms on the MS? How was the performance and do the 46mm shafts work?

Thanks for any info!
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Old 10-02-2007, 11:31 PM   #665
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Anyone have the part# for the Air Scoop that mounts to the bottom deck?

I just ordered the top and bottom decks along with the belts. I'm going to convert my 934 50th kit into an MS! They are identical cars except the MS has a longer wheel base.

Has anyone tried running the short arms on the MS? How was the performance and do the 46mm shafts work?

Thanks for any info!
I got my air scoop from rcmarket click
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I got my air scoop from rcmarket click
what the heck is an air scoop and what does it do?
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Old 10-03-2007, 04:28 AM   #667
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The TA05MS, MSX MRE, and MSXX has a triangle hole in the chassis where on top you mount the Air Scoop/Duct. This will channel air from under the car to the motor for cooling...........


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what the heck is an air scoop and what does it do?
increase the bling factor!!!
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does it really have an effect? like what's the temp of the motor if you use one of those. thanks
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does it really have an effect? like what's the temp of the motor if you use one of those. thanks
I havenīt seen any clear indication that it works... at least on brushless... and I'm running a 3.5r so you can imagine the speed of it... nevertheless, it helps me to quickly change the esc on the car, just taking one screw!!!
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Bling, weight, and really changes nothing. I have run my car with and without it and can see no difference in temps on the motor. But do I run it.....of course.
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Bling, weight, and really changes nothing. I have run my car with and without it and can see no difference in temps on the motor. But do I run it.....of course.
you need to run yours at BCR alongside me, jose and oliver!
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I am going to pick up a LRP and Novak 13.5 in the next few weeks along with some RP30s and a Mazdaspeed6 and then i will make the trip out there. My 19t is dying for a rebuild, and I would rather be all in than nothing!!!!

I am definately looking forward to it though as Dave keeps bugging me about it at work too!!!!
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I am going to pick up a LRP and Novak 13.5 in the next few weeks along with some RP30s and a Mazdaspeed6 and then i will make the trip out there. My 19t is dying for a rebuild, and I would rather be all in than nothing!!!!

I am definately looking forward to it though as Dave keeps bugging me about it at work too!!!!
dave coming out to BCR again this sat?
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Don't know off hand, but I will ask him. It wouldn't surprise me unless he has gotten sick of beating up on people with his TA05
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