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Old 12-12-2007, 03:35 AM   #331
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Adrian - thanks for the help here man!

I need to clone myself about 12 times to get all the work, testing, marketing materials, and PR work done for these products!

See....Adam Palmer in your office

Thanks for the SP updates.
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Shawn and Adrian thanks for the replies. the value and quality on the Gt seems to be getting better as the releasecomes near.





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Here a pic of the Speed Passion solder posts that I have on a coupla my motors....
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Here a pic of the Speed Passion solder posts that I have on a coupla my motors....
i did those before but i got lazy and i changed them to deans connectors now i can change motors in about 1 minute

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i also ran the motor with out the internal fan and the motor seemed to have alot more top end!!
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Here a pic of the Speed Passion solder posts that I have on a coupla my motors....
nice! They look better then the Deans job :P j/k marcos :P LOL
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nice! They look better then the Deans job :P j/k marcos :P LOL
its all good
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i also ran the motor with out the internal fan and the motor seemed to have alot more top end!!
marcos how hard is it to remove the fan.
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i also ran the motor with out the internal fan and the motor seemed to have alot more top end!!
What about temps, did it run any hotter?
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marcos how hard is it to remove the fan.
it wasnt that hard at all,i had to use a dremel and some patience
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What about temps, did it run any hotter?
Thanks, Drew.
not really i ran the 3.5 geared at a 9.42 fdr and it came off the track after 6 minutes around 150 degrees
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JayBee,

Where did you get these? I'm having trouble finding anyone who has them.
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jaybee says: shouie will have them in about a week
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not really i ran the 3.5 geared at a 9.42 fdr and it came off the track after 6 minutes around 150 degrees
Austin was running lower than 8.0 fdr on 6 cells with a 4.5. You need to gear up a ton. I ran a 7.5 fdr on lipo with a 5.5 and nothing got too hot. We were both crap your pants fast at SS Speedway.
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Where did you get these? I'm having trouble finding anyone who has them.
I got them from a place overseas (Racing Factory) but as skypilot says, Schumacher will have them soon
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