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Old 09-03-2007, 04:21 AM   #1
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Anybody knows how to open a Feigao or a Lehner or a Trinity N60 motor???
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Anybody knows how to open a Feigao or a Lehner or a Trinity N60 motor???
Feiago motor's just have the end bell glued on, so take the motor, and so you just take the motor on a bunch, and put the shaft down and hit it in the desk, that will pop off the end bell

LMT's end bells are screwed on, same with NEU

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Feiago motor's just have the end bell glued on, so take the motor, and so you just take the motor on a bunch, and put the shaft down and hit it in the desk, that will pop off the end bell

LMT's end bells are screwed on, same with NEU

Idk on the N80
it sounds nasty
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doin that way you'll end up with the magnet sliding on the shaft,better heat the endbell with an automotive airblower and then hit it as explained. Toh?! un gufo poliglotta!
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doin that way you'll end up with the magnet sliding on the shaft,better heat the endbell with an automotive airblower and then hit it as explained. Toh?! un gufo poliglotta!
Do what you think

But thats the way us BL guys do it

I have been converting big cars (8th scale buggys, revo ETC) To BL for a few years, but theres people with LOTS more time behind the BL game, and thats how they told me to do the feiago's, I personally dont like them though, NEU only for me

http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail...5_1.5dF&cat=20

I used that motor in my revo and buggy, But I had to sell that stuff to fund racing

But check out the fourms

http://www.rc-monster.com/forum/
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