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Old 06-05-2003, 08:21 AM   #76
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So the 767 would give more power compared to the 766, or does the 766 just have some diff lubricants in it?

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The 767 yields more RPM in comparision to the 766. The 766 is the best (most power and extended comm life) MOD brush you can buy. I would suggest not using the 767 in the Kr, but use the 766 instead. The Kr's don't like as much timing as do the Ti's. Start your Kr aroung 15* to 18* of timing advance. You can start the Ti closed to 24*. Thanks...
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Good to know. Thanks for the info fhubbard!

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Old 06-28-2003, 01:48 AM   #78
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Hi guys!

I just got my 10x2 Krypton today and decided to give it a test run. I must say this motor is pretty smooth. I wanted to skim the comm a bit and when it came time to put the endbell back on...i forgot which end of the endbell goes to the 0 degrees timing mark.

My question is...Is the positive brush heat sink closest to the 0 degree timing mark or is the negative brush heat sink closest to the 0 degree timing mark?

Any help would greatly be appreciated
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There should be a little "0" mark with a line on the can, you want the positive side on the left of it. If you still have the sticker on, positive goes w/ the sticker side.
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There should be a little "0" mark with a line on the can, you want the positive side on the left of it. If you still have the sticker on, positive goes w/ the sticker side.
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