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Old 08-12-2007, 02:25 PM   #31
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I don't even have one...someone posted a link a while back and I saw it there.

I looked it up again a few days ago, because I'm thinking about getting and selling the sleeves and terminals for the sensor harness, so that people can shorten them if they want.
Ahhh ok

Yes, if you find the connectors, PM me, or tell me here or something, I for shure want to shorten my sensor wire the right way, not bundle it up and shrink over it, or cut the wires and solder it, I want to actually put new connectors on and all... So if you find them tell me asap!

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They are pretty tiny...and it would take a tool to crimp them, but if you're careful, you could do it with needlenose pliers (small ones) and solder.

It wouldn't be a 5 minute deal for sure, though...LOL...but it would be VERY nice to have shorter sensor wires.
Yeah, I dont have a crimper, nor plan on buying one lol, But I think I could pull it off, or find some way to do them... And the grate thing about the LRP motors is that if I screw it up and the connectors dont work, I just buy a new one and plug it in
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Old 08-12-2007, 03:21 PM   #32
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Ahhh ok

Yes, if you find the connectors, PM me, or tell me here or something, I for shure want to shorten my sensor wire the right way, not bundle it up and shrink over it, or cut the wires and solder it, I want to actually put new connectors on and all... So if you find them tell me asap!
I found them already, I just need to put an order together...
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Old 08-12-2007, 04:41 PM   #33
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I found them already, I just need to put an order together...
Where? I need some links man

Are they for shure the same ones?
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Old 08-12-2007, 06:34 PM   #34
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Where? I need some links man

Are they for shure the same ones?
PM sent.
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You found the sensor connector? Plz post the part number.

I bought the 100t spur from Tower, RRPC4200.

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Old 08-12-2007, 07:58 PM   #36
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for smaller spurs....
http://nexusracing.net/index.php?cPa...f152c97cc42c04
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For the motor itself..
http://nexusracing.net/advanced_sear...ds=vector+13.5
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Old 08-12-2007, 08:04 PM   #38
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PM sent.
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You found the sensor connector? Plz post the part number.

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Adam, the number is SZH-002T=PO.5

Thats how I under stood the ROAR rule book, page 40 it has all the info
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You're welcome.
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Now I just need to get some lol.. Could be the biggest pita ever to crimp with pliers... But should look awsome
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SpeedtechRC has these LRP 13.5 motors in stock.

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Nice! Did you get the vector X-11 with a sintered rotor? Mine should be here in 2 days I hope but for shure by thurs



Everyone seemed to get them last week, I noteced that...

I just ordered the stock motor to start. I'll run that for a bit then order and swap to the sintered rotor.

Question on final drive ratio

Can I get a good starting point for FDR on asphalt track 1/10 sedan on a smaller track? I've heard around 5.0?? that surprised me since 27T usually shoots for around 7.8.
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I just ordered the stock motor to start. I'll run that for a bit then order and swap to the sintered rotor.

Question on final drive ratio

Can I get a good starting point for FDR on asphalt track 1/10 sedan on a smaller track? I've heard around 5.0?? that surprised me since 27T usually shoots for around 7.8.
Yeah, Bill M from LRP said 5.0 for a big track, 6.0 for a small track.. Hes said gear it to top out 2/3 or 3/4 down the stright

And he wouldnt give me max temps of the motor, he just said we dont temp out motors 3 times... So I guess 175 like novak's... And my br stock was geared 6.59 I think, So this motor isnt far off of that
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I saw the LRP 13.5 w/ sintered rotor geared to a 4.4 FDR at the Tamiya track on Saturday. It came off the track at about 165 degrees if I remember correctly.
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I saw the LRP 13.5 w/ sintered rotor geared to a 4.4 FDR at the Tamiya track on Saturday. It came off the track at about 165 degrees if I remember correctly.
Tamiya is a big track though isnt it?


I hope it doesnt take me alot of time to gear mine, that would really stink

Because my first test with it is on race day lol, I have like 3 hours to get it right... Or close and hope I can keep up lol
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